I organize my coupons this way. I tried the accordion style but I could really organize them so I go a three ring binder and some baseball card holders to put each of my individual coupons in and for rewards back such as CVS I have a paper protector and I keep all the rain check and rewards in there, so I don't lose them. It works great--even for the non-extreme couponers - like me.
I need to do this with all my cards Baseball card table....dollar tree sells a bag of about 100plus baseball cards for a buck..der...you could use a couple bags of those to make this table...plus mod podge then clear shellac on it..
1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. RC...If there's a Holy Grail of all 1980s baseball cards, the 1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. is it. It has seen better times as far as values go but it's still universally beloved for those that collected in the 1990s. Besides being the best Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card, it helped usher in a new era in the hobby that included glossy card stock and premium production values.