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"Reading" is created out of tape. I printed the outlines of the letters on white cardstock and then used various colors of tape, some cut into tiny triangles and arranged in a mosaic pattern. Scotch star shaped Post-It Notes decorate the entire board.
This word took me hours to complete. I think I was dreaming of tiny triangles that night.
The top of my bulletin board display is decorated with a box of books, the box decorated in tape to look like a shuttle panel, the inside with Scotch Duct tape. The containers of pencils and bookmarks are decorated in tape as well.
I also included the Scotch doodle pad for writing down favorite books or quotes.
I designed these bookmarks and am including a link for a free printable here (for personal use only).
I printed the bookmarks and decorated the backs with Scotch tape and then sent them through my handy, dandy Scotch laminator.
The pencils are wrapped in different colors of Scotch tape.
These fun little rockets were so easy to make using the Scotch tape and Scotch glue. They would make a great project for the classroom and are fun to create and decorate however you want.
The moon is also decorated with silver Scotch tape to add a bit of moon detail.
In the bookcase, I used Scotch Duct tape and clear packing tape to cover these magazine holders and to break up different genres of books.
I had so much fun creating all of these little projects out of tape. My kids love the little "library" in our house and never want to take it down.
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