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Dr. Seuss Bulletin Board inspiration

March is the time to celebrate all things Dr. Seuss. As I took the time to teach my students about the famous author I got to thinking...

With all of the fun and colorful stuff over at  Learn365 I just can't help but want to change out my bulletin boards every few weeks. I love the new and fun looks and so do my students. It just takes me so long to trade out my designs. So I wanted to come up with an easy way to create interchangeable looks for my classroom bulletin board.

 So I came up with a new plan of action....check it out!

I took some cork and created strips to go onto the wall as the border to my small bulletin board. I attached them to the wall using some liquid adhesive. I just painted it onto the wall and onto the back of the strips. It took just a few minutes to adhere.

Now I can add borders to my main bulletin board and to the outside trim. This makes it a little more flexible. I can even use something generic and use it for multiple designs if I'd like.

I can layer multiple border trims with fewer staples and it takes way less time. Check out how I keep my border trims layered and straight at FUN365.

I created a wider strip onto the top because I love using tissue fans. This way I can create headers that don't take away from my space to display student work. Just add some tissue fans to cover up those corners and you are all set!

Here is the final look! If you love this and want to know more head over to FUN365 and read more about the activity behind the board. be sure to download your FREEBIE writing activity!

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