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    I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this or not...sorry if it is!

    Over the years, and many a trip to my local Disney Store, I have collected a good portion of mugs/coffee cups. I'm at a loss on how to display them though. They're various sizes and shapes(not to mention the 6 cats in our home), so stacking them is out. Right now they're currently sitting in the bottom of my curio that holds my WDCC's, but I'd like to display them. Any ideas?!?
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    Re: Displaying Collection

    Have you considered a shelf that wraps around the room about a foot or so below the ceiling? I have seen people display stuff that way and it looks really neat. Its a pain to dust though!
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      Re: Displaying Collection

      Curio cabinet.

      edit: oops, heh, you've already got one. Umm... depending on how many we're talking about, you could consider getting one of those dining "hutch" pieces with glass doors on the top halp and display the mugs there. They're pretty much designed for putting dishware into, so mugs displayed there would be very appropriate.

      I suggest looking on craigslist.

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