Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Give Them a Bulletin Board They Can Use Without Pins
You need a large piece of heavy cardboard, like the kind packing cartons are made of.
You can find inexpensive wrapping paper at any store. Just make sure the sheet will fit over the cardboard. Glue the paper onto the cardboard, and tack back the corners well.
Criss-cross several large, colorful rubber bands on the board. These bands help keep in place whatever your child wants to save.
Voila! Your child's own bulletin board that's inexpensive, lightweight, and "owwie" safe!