I'm posting this in Elem. even though I teach 7th grade because I know elementary teachers are wizards with creative classroom decorating! I have a large dry erase board in my room that I rarely use because I have a smart board. I only have one large bulletin board so I'd like to turn the other board into a display board. It isn't magnetic, so the only way I've found to decorate it is to hot glue paper or material to it for a background, then I have to either tape or glue everything else onto the material/paper. When I want to take it down, the background is all torn up so I have to start from scratch. It's a big pain to put it up/take it down, so I only did it once the whole year. I'd like it to be more functional as a board where I can display information for class, but I'd like it to look a little jazzed up. I don't know if I'd be allowed to paint, but I'm thinking probably not (and that paint would chip up anyway.) Let me know if you have any suggestions!