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Felt Story Board - Great for Traveling

Items Needed...

    2 Canvas Boards - or 2 Heavy Pieces Cardboard
    Felt
    Cotton Fabric
    Duct Tape
    Ribbon
    Scissors
    Spray Glue
    Hot Glue

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Take 2 boards the size you want to work with.

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Lay the boards down... wrong side up.

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Lay a piece of flannel over the boards. Leave about 2 inches of extra length.

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Once you've cut the edges... I like to use (optional) a spray glue to keep the flannel in place.

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Fold over the top edge onto the boards. Use the duct tape to tape down.

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Fold the sides over.

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Place the the ribbon... cut about 10 inches long... down on each side. Glue one of the ends to the board to secure in place.

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Use the duct tape to tape down the sides.

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Fold the bottom edge... and tape.

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Cut the piece of cotton materia about 1" larger than the boards.

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Use the spray glue to hold cotton fabric in place. Tuck the cotton material under. Put it between the fabrics... not the outside area of felt board. Glue so the fold stays in place... let dry.

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Once dry... stitch the two sides together... the felt side and the cotton fabric side. This gives the board a nice finished look... and keeps the board stronger.

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You can now fold the board in half. Use the ties to tie a bow to hold them together. Put the felt pieces inside the board.

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When you have arrived where you will tell the story.... unfold and set on table. This gives you a nice self standing story board.



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