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    • Jamie Vannoy

      Display students work using clothes pins and chalkboard paint! Just hot glue a thumbtack to the back and it can be pinned on cork board.

    • Stephanie Sossamon (Sweet Blossom Art Studio)

      Chalkboard clothespins to display student work. This would be a great solution for my hallway bulletin boards!

    • Patty

      Cute chalkboard clothespins for displaying student work! Will figure out how to attach to the bulletin board.

    • Brandon Talisse

      I have been looking for new and creative ideas for displaying student work in my classroom. I had decided to put up a couple clotheslines this year. Then, I discovered Chalkboard Clothespins on Pinterest {where else?!} and decided to create some of my own. // Placeholders??

    • Mel K

      new and creative ideas for displaying student work in the classroom. Chalkboard Clothespins on Pinterest.

    • Be Striblin

      Chalkboard Clothespins for displaying students' work!! Too Cute!

    • Kelly Moore

      Ideas for displaying student work #classroom #organization

    • Danielle Tebon

      Good Classroom Idea: chalkboard paint clothes pins

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