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How to organize garden flags?

I have at least 12 garden flags... you know the little ones. I can't figure how to organize them.

How do you organize yours?

Re: How to organize garden flags?

  • I don't use them, but an idea would be to use skirt hangers, hang a few at a time on one, and hang them in a storage or coat closet.  I'd probably group holidays, sports teams, whatever your different uses are, together.
  • image KathyGee:
    I don't use them, but an idea would be to use skirt hangers, hang a few at a time on one, and hang them in a storage or coat closet.  I'd probably group holidays, sports teams, whatever your different uses are, together.

    Yep, I have those 5 tier pants hangers from Target, you can fit 4 on there at a time (the bottom one doesn't "open".

  • This is super nerdy...

    I don't "organize" them, necessarily, but I do arrange them by holiday (or season) in chronological order and then roll them up to put in a gift bag that I store in my buffet. Then, I start looking in the middle if it's July, back if it's November, etc. 

    I can't believe I admitted that out loud.

  • My mom bought me a roll that has loops on the inside.  You roll the flags and put it in the loop.  Then you roll the whole thing up!  It's great!
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