Easy directions to enlarge images
Banner images (optional)
Individual letters to make the words in the colors shown in the preview photos. Each letter and image will print on 8.5 x 11 inch paper. The average letter size is 8-10 inches tall and 5-7 inches wide (depending on font). Each letter comes as individual pages that must be cut out.
Individual images that print on 8.5 x 11 inch paper. These may easily be resized to fit your liking. You may use all of them or just one. How you set up your classroom display is up to you.
The finished size of this display will fit most 3×5 and 4×6 bulletin boards. This is just an estimate because how much space you allow between letters and lines is up to you. Size also depends on if you enlarge the images and how large your border is.
Colorful banners have been added in the event that you have a large bulletin board and have extra space to fill.
★★★PLEASE NOTE: BACKGROUND AND BORDER ARE NOT INCLUDED★★★
Screen resolution colors may vary slightly from product.
Images in the preview picture have been enlarged. This means I enlarged an image to print over the span of a few pages, cut it and taped it together. You will need to do the same thing if you want to achieve the same look. If not, 8 different images are provided to take up space and look beautiful on your bulletin board.
If you want to resize the images, it’s VERY simple to do, but you will need the FREE version of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. This is a standard and default program that you most likely already have and use. It is certainly not required to use this resource! It is ONLY needed if you want to enlarge or shrink your décor beyond 8.5 x 11. Images in the preview picture have been enlarged. A link to the FREE download can be found inside.
Other printing programs can do the same thing, but the directions inside focus solely on using the FREE Adobe PDF Reader.
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