Easy Student Work Display

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I'm linking up today to share a Bright Idea that has helped me save so much time when displaying student work.

The finished board looks like this:
To set up your bulletin board follow these steps:
1. Choose a pad of scrapbook paper you like. (I found this one at Joann's)
2. Tear out the pages you like.
3. Arrange the rows on a table or on the floor the way you want them, and then set them up on your wall.

4. Choose ribbon that matches your colors and make some bows.  Then hot glue the bows onto the clothespins.

5. Attach your clothespins to your paper simply by clipping the clothespins to the paper.  You will have to laminate your paper if it's thin.  You could hot glue the clothespin to the paper, but I found it easier just to clip the pin to the paper.

6. Clip your students' work to the wall :) No stapling! Just use the clothespin to hold up each sheet.

The best thing about this board is that it looks great even when nothing is being displayed :)

Here are some other walls I created with this look:
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6 comments

  1. Absolutely adorable! I am pinning this idea. Thanks for sharing.

    Nicole
    Mrs, Rios Teaches Second Grade

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  2. Love this! How do you recommend attaching the clip to the wall?

    Krista
    The Second Grade Superkids

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  3. Those are seriously so pretty! What a great idea... scrapbook paper! I have done this with construction paper... scrapbook paper is much prettier!

    Jennifer from Simply Kinder

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  4. Your classroom is just gorgeous and the student work displays with scrapbook paper are beautiful! You've got me on the look out for a scrapbook pack that matches my room!
    Linda

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  5. In LOVE! I will try scrapbook for mine next year :) Primary colors are not as cool as awesome scrapbook pattern paper.
    Tania
    My Second Sense

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  6. Brilliant! I love this idea. It is absolutely adorable and useful at the same time. Thanks for posting!

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