Sunday, March 3, 2013

A cool tip!



I wanted to take a few minutes and share a cool tip with you. I really hate putting paper on my bulletin boards. The paper always rips and fades, and it also is just plain hard to get the paper up. At the beginning of the year, I use fabric on my boards. It is easier to put up, and I can keep it up all year. All I have to do is change the items on the board based on the seasons. And I don't have to put new paper up every time I change the board. I'm also able to keep the same fabric up year after year so in the long run, I save money!

 This is a picture of a map that I had up in my room. This was a piece of fabric that I found at a small store. 
 This was a spring board that I put up. I used a cute piece of fabric, and I used my cricut to cut out all the cute bugs and flowers. 
In this picture, you can kind of see that the bulletin board fabric is money. 

These two boards are some of my all time favorites. I just LOVE how they turned out. The top board was crayon fabric which went well with the theme, and the bottom board fabric looked kind of like honey combs. Have you ever thought of using fabric on your boards? I just love fabric in the classroom because it makes the room look so bright! 


4 comments:

  1. The fabric looks really good! I love the yellow bulletin board :-)
    Sarah

    MissKinBK

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  2. Your bulletin boards look adorable! I still use paper, fabric is a great idea, thanks for sharing! Please stop by my blog if you get a chance, I'm your newest follower!
    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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  3. So happy to find you through the BLogs by State LInky party. It is always nice to connect with fellow friends from the same state. I love your fabric idea and appreciate your ideas. I am your newest follower!
    Sherry
    Kindergarten Milestones

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  4. I found your blog through the State Linky Party too! I am so excited to find so many new CA bloggers! Your blog is precious. I am your newest follower!
    -Jaime
    Bright Concepts 4 Teachers

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