Museums use expensive archival artifact boxes to store mammoth bones and Inuit carvings, but you can make your own, less expensive version. Pad the bottom of a small, rigid cardboard box with Bubble Wrap or paper. (Avoid plastic boxes, because they don't allow airflow and can cause moisture to build up.) Then cut cardboard dividers, or use the crisscrossed inserts from liquor boxes.
Here is the best way to pack paintings for a move. Place a sheet of acid-free glassine paper on top of the front of the painting (the painted part). This protects it from moisture and dust. Wrap with a bubble wrap,Tape, Add corrugated cardboard or foam board on each side over bubble wrap, Label, Put in cardboard box w/2 inches of excess space for additional padding and fill with bubble-wrap or newspaper. Add additional cardboard to reinforce sides of box, Label, and Tape box closed.
moving 103 from Elementary Organization. Wrap your clothes with plastic wrap! It keeps it in easily grabbed and manageable bundles, it protects the clothes from dusty or sweaty moving arms, and if your clothes get dropped they won't get all dirty! Cheaper than wardrobe boxes and takes the same amount of time!!