Genius idea!!! A how- to guide to making a tissue paper bulletin board! Cheap, cute, and easy...what's not to love!?!?

Cheap plastic table cloths might work too. A how- to guide to making a tissue paper bulletin board! Cheap, cute, and easy.

How to Make a Tissue Paper Border - I really love this idea for a party also.

Tissue Paper Border - A Tutorial

Tissue Paper Border Tutorial, pinner said: - I guarantee that it will be the easiest thing you have ever done and you will LOVE all the compliments from your students, parents, and colleagues!

14 Unusual Bulletin Board Boarders Pool noodles, cupcake papers, LEGOS?  These unusual and incredibly fabulous border ideas are easy to do.  WARNING: Using these in a hallway may cause major student traffic problems as everyone stops to take a look!

14 Unusual and Incredibly Fabulous Bulletin Board Borders

Festive Winter Window Decor and a Freebie - Kinder Craze: A Kindergarten Teaching Blog

Festive Winter Window Decor and a Freebie

"Stained Glass" winter scene made with contact paper and tissue paper from Kinder-Craze My students will love this! And they can make their own snowflakes. Just need to get some contact paper.

Mrs. King's Music Room: 14 Unusual and Incredibly Fabulous Bulletin Board Borders

14 Unusual and Incredibly Fabulous Bulletin Board Borders

Teaching music with fun, tried & tested lessons, DIY classroom projects & ideas your students will love with Tracy King, the Bulletin Board Lady.

Fancy Tissue Paper Bulletin Board Border

Fancy Tissue Paper Bulletin Board Border

Thanks to my pal Valerie at All Students Can Shine , I was inspired to take down my old traditional bulletin board borders and get a litt.

Tissue Paper Flower Runner: Use around 8 sheets of tissue paper for each flower and punched all 8 layers at once. Staple together your stack of flowers (3.5 inch size). Scrunch up your first flower layer to the center. Repeat with each layer and then fluff back out to form flower. Adhere the flowers to a base of book pages border punched down each side to add to the elegant feel. Be sure to adhere both the pages and flowers altogether.

Tissue Paper Flower Runner: Use around 8 sheets of tissue paper for each flower and punched all 8 layers at once. Staple together your stack of flowers inch size). Scrunch up your first flower layer to the center. Repeat with each layer and then fluf

Smilin' in Second: Tissue Paper Borders

So, my elementary school had to move the entire building into another temporary building for about two years in order to work on renovations.

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