Thanksgiving Bulletin Board Ideas
These Thansgiving bulletin board ideas can help keep your holiday organized, creative, and beautiful. If you want to have a truly fun and memorable holiday, you should consider these artistic ideas. Each can help make your bulletin a fun work of art that you and your entire family can collaborate on.
- Paint: This is a Thanksgiving bulletin board idea that can help you turn your average bulletin board into a holiday decoration. Use acrylic paint to paint your bulletin board a fall color: auburn, brown, maroon, orange, or yellow. You can even use several colors to create a background painting such as a fall tree silhouette. If you want a less messy way of giving your board color, you can simply use tissue or construction paper and tape/staple it to the board.
- Decorate: With construction paper cut-outs, you can follow a Thanksgiving bulleting board idea that will make your board stand out. Cut out shapes of fall leaves or turkey and veggie silhouettes to decorate your board with fall images. When your done cutting you can either glue or staple it onto your board. Consider placing a large cut-out piece in the center of the board.
- Personalize: Consider using a sharpie or marker to write the names of your family or students one the board. You can even put a name on each leaf or veggie to make it even more special. This is a great way to let everyone get involved in your bulletin board ideas.
- Organize: If you want to give your bulletin board an organizing purpose, consider this Thanksgiving bulletin board idea and put a calendar using poster board or large gift wrap paper. Using a ruler, evenly draw lines for each the days of November to help you keep track of the month's events. You can even use stickers or cut-outs to decorate the daily boxes themselves.
- Collect: For those following these Thanksgiving bulletin board ideas to decorate a classroom or family office, you can further organize the board by including pockets to collect relevant items. You can use sewn fabric pockets (in fun Thanksgiving fabric) and staple them along one opening to the board. This way supplies or small objects can be easily accessible. You can also consider putting a label above or on the pocket to make it even neater.