lisadills Thank you so much!
Eileen Duncan very nice lisa!
lisadills Here's some that I made for the conference...
lisadills Could you use egg cartons for a background - you bet!
lisadills That made me think of computer game fonts...
lisadills This ad made me think of a Tetris design...I might have to try it.
lisadills More ideas. How about a display with a rope or string, some 3D birds, feathers, pom-poms, or book to help it POP?!
lisadills What are you going to create?
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lisadills This was a site with useful information and the authors were happy to have us share their site - http://riyl.wikispaces.com/Bulletin+Boards
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lisadills Thank you for visiting and please share your ideas and thoughts so we can keep our libraries looking great!
lisadills I LOVE using the blockposters website - http://www.blockposters.com/
lisadills Using beautiful book art I filled a board quickly and easily when I was short on time.
lisadills Use photos from local events.
lisadills Homecoming was fun for local teens to see in their space.
lisadills Another Upstart poster that made me think of snowboarding...
lisadills and Shaun White.
lisadills I matched celebrities with books I imagined them reading: "Big Ben" Wallace and a book about the clock Big Ben.
lisadills Teens could take the quiz and see if they could match the book to the celebrity.
lisadills Paula Abdul and the book, Chicken Soup for the American Idol Soul.
lisadills This website is fun to take photos and amp them up a bit. http://www.beowolftech.com/posterizeyourself/
lisadills Here I took a photo of my dog, Tillman and "posterized" him.
lisadills Patron photos and the block poster website made for a fun display.
lisadills Moms and dads...
lisadills No matter what you're age...
lisadills Cute little guys in frog suits or engaging the "trouble-maker teens" into posing. Help everyone feel connected to their library.
lisadills Using the book, Post Secret as a starting point, teens were invited to create their own "post secret".
lisadills Allow them to help create the display...
lisadills How can you engage the viewer?
lisadills Teen created art.
lisadills Create displays showcasing patrons and their reasons for loving their library.
lisadills Don't have a lot of font options on your computer? Check out http://cooltext.com/
lisadills This made me think of poetry month...what comes to mind for you?
lisadills How about a display showcasing your staff as "superheros"? http://cpbherofactory.com/
lisadills More ideas...maybe using Viola Swamp as an advice columnist.
lisadills Or showcasing characters from Where the Wild Things Are.
lisadills I'm planning on using this as inspiration for my winter bulletin board.
lisadills This is a great board that could be adapted and even improved upon.
lisadills Here are some ideas for different materials that can be used on a bulletin board display besides paper.
lisadills Why not a license plate display?
lisadills Create personalized plates - http://www.acme.com/licensemaker/
lisadills The blog, "HELLO, My Name is Blog!" discussed being a "mental omnivore".
lisadills Casting about for content is looking around you for ideas and inspirations!
lisadills This is a bulletin board that I passed daily...hey, that gives me an idea!
lisadills I found some crowd silhouette clipart.
lisadills I put speech bubbles up listing some of the ways we read everyday.
lisadills Remember...constantly cast about for content!
lisadills Using an overhead projector...
lisadills I used Maurice Sendak's Chicken Soup with Rice song to create a display for an "extra" board that I didn't have time to do all the time.
lisadills The white square in the middle is a fire alarm that is built into the bulletin board.
lisadills Work around what you have - no big deal.
lisadills Problem solved. A new display every month.
lisadills This Upstart poster gave me an idea for a teen display.
lisadills This was originally a powerpoint display presented at WLA's 2010 Conference - "No Library Is an Island"
lisadills I got the design idea for this board from...
lisadills the clipart for a program about water use.
lisadills I adapted aspects of it to fit our reading theme.
lisadills Paper stuffed up under a larger piece created a 3D feel on the umbrella.
lisadills Using a dollar store "jean" tablecloth made for a good pocket.
lisadills Plastic deli bowls made great wheels, kids' pictures personalize the display, and crumpled paper made the tree.
lisadills I saw a beautiful window display down in Seattle where they used this idea.
lisadills Burlington Public Library