I love a good bulletin board, don’t you?! But, I don’t want it to take me just a ton of time to put together. Give me some good paper, borders and big letters and I’m good to go! Here are some of the boards that I put together this year 🙂
This bulletin board is at the very front of the school (the school’s name is Rhea which you’ll see a lot throughout on the boards!) For all of the boards I used fadeless paper from Mardel and Hobby Lobby.
I picked up some paper fans and a pom garland from Target for a little extra pizazz!
I cut out all of my letters by hand. It is annoying and hurts my hand, but I just haven’t bit the bullet on buying a cutting machine just yet!
The school’s theme is “Follow Your Arrow” so this phrase was perfect for one of the VERY large boards in front of the cafeteria! I found vinyl arrow decals on Amazon to add to several of the boards 🙂
Fonts: AGOnFleek, BabblingTpTOrlando, AGFrinally
Honeycombs made the perfect addition to the corners!
I really love this tassel banner I found at Target. These boards are about 14 feet long so I needed all the help I could get taking up the space!
Fonts: AGOnFleek, AGIsMakeupRequired
Our counselor wanted to use this saying for the character board. I kept it simple with letters and vinyl arrows!
Fonts: BabblingUnicorn, AGFrinally, AGStruggleBus
This board is in the cafeteria. School news and flyers will be displayed here so that parents can stay up-to-date when they visit their students for lunch!
I listed all of the fonts underneath the pictures, but here are links to Amy and Abby’s font packs:
Last year I put together a video tutorial to show you how I make the letters for my boards. You can watch that below! It’s super simple and doesn’t consume very much time 🙂 All of the letters on all of the bulletin boards from this year and last year all fit on a regular sized sheet of paper. I did not enlarge or blow any of the letters up… so they are easy to print and cut!