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Marblized Bulletin Board Borders
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
Submitted by: Stephanie Raymer, 3rd Grade

One idea for bulletin board borders is to take plan white sentence strips and "marble paint" them. I usually choose a color, say purple. Then I take white and a lighter form of the main color, say magenta. Using a paint brush, I dab on the various colors onto the strip, mixing them, not mixing them, making a marble effect. They come out really striking and different when used as borders.



 

 

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