Monday, April 24, 2017

Spotlight on Paul Bulletin Board

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Just a short post with an idea for a new bulletin board!
This can be used for any person or lesson!

I found this Night Sky bulletin board paper last March. I usually try to plan my boards that will have to be put up after VBS while I am planning the room layout for VBS. The teacher's supply can be nonexistent after VBS, so I hoard gather my supplies early. Anyway, I love all these new backgrounds available from Fadeless.

I wanted to have some type of Spotlight on Paul for our study on the book of Acts. I found this Lights, Camera, Action! bulletin board set. I didn't use too much of it, though. I used the spotlights and the lighted sign.

For the border, I found this Lots of Dots Yellow. And because I didn't feel like cutting letters (um, lazy because my machine cuts them) and I really liked these Painted Palette Ombre Yellow Moroccan letters that matched really nice. Yep, one-stop shopping from my local teacher's supply store!

I decided to use the same pictures that I used for Snapshots of Paul. I updated them, added a short title, and corrected the pictures. Click here to download the pictures.
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Since I didn't like it spread out so much once I had it up, I rearranged it! I shifted everything to one side and with the 43" I had left on the right, I added Damascus. You can purchase the graphic here for Damascus. I used an overhead projector to enlarge it onto 2 sheets of poster board. I painted it, cut it out and stapled it to the bulletin board. I stapled a basket I had to the window (window is in 2 Cor. 11:33). I used the same letters above for Damascus.
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A couple weeks after we studied Damascus, I changed the right board over to Jerusalem. Paul left Jerusalem at night for safety reasons. You can download a Jerusalem city free here. I decided to keep the same city background since they basically looked the same to me. Click here to download the soldiers for the Jerusalem bulletin board.
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You can see the Snapshots of Paul Bulletin Board and more here.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for all the great ideas and pictures. I plan to use them in my lesson this weekend. God bless you!! :)

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