Thank you for looking comic book boards

Spark your creativity: with comic book boards Nearly all of the comic books are about things that don’t happen in real life. Like, you will find out about people soaring, others with numerous feet and hands and a number of other things that you will not knowledge in real life. This helps you to consider external the norm and you begin saying what might happen if points would be since they are place in the comics. The more you imagine points the more you feel creative thus you are prone to produce your own personal creations.


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Comic Boards | BCW Supplies

BCW offers comic boards that go in back of your comic bags to help to protect them. In relation the boards, we also sell comic book extenders.

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18 Gedanken zu “Thank you for looking comic book boards

  1. I bought these to try the ever-growing-in-popularity method of wrapping fabric as mini-bolts. You simply make sure your fabric is folded correctly on the selvage, fold again, then wrap around these boards. This makes perfect mini-bolts for fabric. I have wrapped as many as 6 yards on one „bolt“, and they look very neat on my Expedit IKEA bookcase! (Any „cubby“ style bookcase will work, or even shelves!) I measure then mark the number of yards on the board before wrapping the fabric. Some people use pins to secure the ends of the fabric, but my suggestion is to use med. sized, vinyl coated paperclips! Also, you want to fold under an inch or two of the fabric end before clipping. Happy folding! A bonus is that these boards are acid-free, so they are great for long-term storage. I also use them to display and sell my PaperCut art which I place on the boards then slip into clear sleeves. These boards have MANY uses.

  2. Lets be honest, you can find these backing boards at comic book or gaming shop. However Amazon usually has them for a few dollars cheaper. I’m sure you can find cheaper boards but they usually wont be BCW.

  3. I used these to organize and display my fabric stash, they make perfect minibolts! They are the perfect size for a smaller bookshelf, which is great in my cramped sewing space.

  4. Like several other reviewers, I had the problem of too much fabric and no good way to store it. These boards are perfect for transforming your giant pile of fabric into a neat, organized stack. You just fold your fabric in half, selvage to selvage, and then in half again, selvage to folded edge. Then you roll it around the backing board like a mini bolt of fabric. I love seeing my organized fabric stash!The boards themselves are sturdy, and you can reuse them with other fabric, so I expect this pack of 100 will last me a very long time.

  5. I bought two sets of these to organize my sewing fabric stash, and they work wonderfully. I had a fairly organized collection of fabric before, but the amount of ironing I needed to do to get the random wrinkles out before sewing was wearing me out. I am also limited on space for storing, and found that I was buying fabric that I already owned, or very close to what I already owned, because I couldn’t see what I had. YouTube has great videos out there for how to fold your fabric onto the board depending on the length. I have fit everything from a fat quarter to 3 yards of fabric with no issue or compromise to the finished „mini bolt“ uniformity. I have to double up the boards if I want to fold more than 3 yards- I have done up to five yards with two boards together. After folding all the fabric in my stash, I got so excited that I actually cataloged all of it by taking a photo with my phone and storing it in an app I bought so I have a digital photo database with me when I go to the fabric store that reminds me all of the fabric’s details including what it’s made of, where I bought it, what I paid, and how much I have. Sounds super nerdy, but it really renewed my excitement about sewing. I have also read blogs where women will store their vintage patterns on a comic book board, then in a comic book clear plastic bag and file it in an ikea storage box, which lends itself to cataloging your pattern stash in a database again…. I digress. Organization is great- and these boards help a lot.

  6. I bought two sets of these to organize my sewing fabric stash, and they work wonderfully. I had a fairly organized collection of fabric before, but the amount of ironing I needed to do to get the random wrinkles out before sewing was wearing me out. I am also limited on space for storing, and found that I was buying fabric that I already owned, or very close to what I already owned, because I couldn’t see what I had. YouTube has great videos out there for how to fold your fabric onto the board depending on the length. I have fit everything from a fat quarter to 3 yards of fabric with no issue or compromise to the finished „mini bolt“ uniformity. I have to double up the boards if I want to fold more than 3 yards- I have done up to five yards with two boards together. After folding all the fabric in my stash, I got so excited that I actually cataloged all of it by taking a photo with my phone and storing it in an app I bought so I have a digital photo database with me when I go to the fabric store that reminds me all of the fabric’s details including what it’s made of, where I bought it, what I paid, and how much I have. Sounds super nerdy, but it really renewed my excitement about sewing. I have also read blogs where women will store their vintage patterns on a comic book board, then in a comic book clear plastic bag and file it in an ikea storage box, which lends itself to cataloging your pattern stash in a database again…. I digress. Organization is great- and these boards help a lot.

  7. Good basic backboards for comics. Supposedly have some acid resistant coating too. Give nice support to prevent sagging of bags.

  8. GREAT for QUILTERS and FABRIC organizing. You’ll be surprised at how many re-orders you make on this product. For 44″ wide fabric, you just fold, center fold to selvage and roll on length wise. Pin the ends or I make elastic bands to keep the roll together. Line up on shelves like books. You have your own fabric shop for your stash. I also wrap trims, even fringe ball works on this if you pin the beginning, wrap and pin the end. Don’t forget to tap the ends to prevent the trim from raveling. This product should be paired with quilting notions.

  9. My husband is a comic book connoisseur and is quite anal about them so he bags and boards ALL of them before storing them away in a locked file cabinet (because I can’t be trusted to touch them apparently lol). He will only use these specific boards because they are the „best quality“, very reasonably priced, fit current issue comics perfectly, and do a great job preserving them. He’s had comics stored away for years using the boards and there is no discoloration or wrinkling/bending of the pages (gasp- heaven forbid)! Overall, these are the only boards my husband trusts and uses so if they’re good enough for his precious collection- they should be good enough for you!

  10. My husband is a comic book connoisseur and is quite anal about them so he bags and boards ALL of them before storing them away in a locked file cabinet (because I can’t be trusted to touch them apparently lol). He will only use these specific boards because they are the „best quality“, very reasonably priced, fit current issue comics perfectly, and do a great job preserving them. He’s had comics stored away for years using the boards and there is no discoloration or wrinkling/bending of the pages (gasp- heaven forbid)! Overall, these are the only boards my husband trusts and uses so if they’re good enough for his precious collection- they should be good enough for you!

  11. I actually use these to store my quilting fabric. Great size as it fits in my and on my cabinet shelves perfectly. They are very sturdy!

  12. I purchased these to wrap and organize my fabric for ease of viewing and using. Excellent for the job. Acid Free so your fabric is safe, thin yet sturdy enough to hold yards of folded fabric nicely. Organization at its best. I picked this size board and designed the fabric cupboards to fit the comic board size so I could get the maximum space for my fabric. You can purchase Comic boards in different sizes, you can also purchase Magazine boards which are even larger.

  13. These backing boards work well for storing fabric. They are archival quality and heavy enough to store up to 4+ yards of fabric based on the weight of the fabric.Originally I was looking for plastic boards to store yards and partial yards of flimsier fabric and could not locate them. I read other commenters who used these BCW Golden Age boards (7 1/2 x 10 1/2″) and tried them. They work perfectly.I also have very smaller lengths of heavy fabric and I used the boards to help fold them to the same size. I found the heavy material was strong enough to stand on their own on a shelf when folded uniformly.

  14. I purchase these comic book boards to wrap my quilting fabric around them neatly and then store the fabric in open shelving and all fabric colors and designs are then visible. Best way to store fabric that I’ve ever found.

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