Fabric background on walls?

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  1. Pencil Monkey

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    Jul 16, 2007

    srh i have done what you are talking about in a portable that had no bulletin boards. So i stapled up fabric and border to make faux boards. Its easy. I took an exacto blade/box cutter to the edges that stuck out under my border when i was done to clean up the edges a bit. Just pull it tight and start in a corner. A staple gun makes it way easier and faster, you can get one at walmart for about 5 bucks.
     
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    Thank you, txhiatt5! This is great and I will try it for this school year.
     
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    I used fabric on my walls & it looked great (I didn't change it for 4 years!) - the teacher next door to me used flat sheets - she got them in solid colors for cheap at places like Wal-Mart or Marshall's.
     
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    For wall hangings, fabric wall hanging is the best. It looks esthetically pleasing appearance for any setting and will absorb unwanted noise to help achieve a comfortable sound level. It is suitable for the standard ceiling grid system and is an easy way to enhance the acoustic quality of the room
     
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