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  • Sarah Dolezal

    Clothespins, push pins, scrapbook paper, + hot glue = an incredibly EASY way to hang up and change out student work on bulletin boards

  • Tasha Wilson Lawrence

    Clothespins with pushpins attached to the back. Great for bulletin boards. Then cover with scrapbook paper and Modpodge or Washi Tape

  • ~~♥♥ Cняiƨtiиɛ ♥♥♥ Cσσκ ♥♥~~

    Great idea for their cork board wall! Scrap booking paper on the front, glue a pushpin on the back=easy way to change out student work on a bulletin board

  • Cammie Palomino

    scrap booking paper on the front, glue a pushpin on the back=easy way to change out student work on a bulletin board or washi tape

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DIY bulletin boards - love this idea!! I have tons of those needlepoint hoops in a bin, in the basement! Could even bypass the bulletin board idea and just hang them as wall decor.

I really like this as an art project idea for kids. Have them cut out leaves from different paper/magazines and have them find words that fit a theme for some of the leaves

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Bulletin Board Inspiration- Could add a leaf each day and write something students are thankful for...

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theres some pin floating around out there that tells you how to make colors using Kool Aid...how cheap and neat.

wooden clothespins with glitter and buttons-large clothespins could be used to hold pictures :)