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Has anyone ever used a tablecloth for a big bulletin board? I was thinking that it would fit nicely on my huge boards but I've always used fabric, so I wasn't sure. I was thinking of the kind that are kind of slick but thick and felt feeling on the back.
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I have used them
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I used a square one because it fit my theme one year. It worked great. It held up good. If fact I might even still ahve it. I stapled right through it.The plastic disposible ones work too as long as they are not where the kids will be touching much. They rip them.
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I was just wondering because I am in need of all new material this year. We have 7 panels in our room that are suppose to be used for bulletin boards. They go from very high up all the way to the floor! It is crazy to buy material for all of that, it cost me about $60 last time.

Party City has their table cloths on sale this week for 99 cents! Thanks so much, I will try it.
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Old 08-15-2008, 02:48 PM
 
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I found fabric remnants at WalMart for $1.00 a yard!! Incredible selection.

I also used wrapping paper for my calendar board. It has the "grid" on the back and it makes it SO much easier to cut and hang.

Plastic tablecloths are good, too. A teacher down the hallway used some last year.

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LOVE the idea of table cloth - beats just colored roll paper! Thanks!


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I use the tableclothes from the dollar store...I love them...it worked great!
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I have a shower curtain on my board.
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Wallpaper too!
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I picked up some wallpaper from Big lots for $2 and put it up today. It looks great! And I have plenty left over to share.
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