Bulletin Board Letters

 

Bulletin board letters and theme ideas plus labour day tips.

Colorful bulletin board letters will help in creating a fun and positive bulletin board within the workspace to keep employees in a good mood. In fact, by using workplace communication tools, methods and techniques through the medium of a colorful board. By catching their eye with bright and colorful lettering, they might feel inspired to come up with more fun bulletin board decorating ideas and bulletin board designs.bulletin board letters and layout ideas

Readymade letters can be bought in a variety of themes, patterns, colors and fonts in uppercase and lowercase packages that include letters that are self-adhesive. Alternatively, cut-out letters can be created from colorful cardboard paper. A really sharp and colorful display can be created by putting together a theme for the workplace. There are lots of creative lettering techniques for bulletin board letters display that will get the attention of everyone!

Your imagination is the limit! Here are some theme ideas for a bulletin board theme:

50's Were Nifty!

On a light pink or light yellow background, post pictures of people from the 50s and what kind of cars they drove and clothes they wore. Show a top 10 of the music, movies and prices of their day. Be sure to make a giant "50s" to go in the center of the board. Gussy up the border with pink poodles, boxes of red & white striped popcorn, vinyl records, etc. Propose a 50s dress-up day at the end of that week. Of course, this one will be titled at the top of the board "50's Were Nifty" or a similar title.

60's Were Cool!

Use a paisley type wrapping paper for this background. Post pictures of people from the 60s and what kind of cars they drove and clothes they wore. Show a top 10 of the music, movies and prices of their day. Be sure to make a giant "60s" to go in the center of the board. Include something on Woodstock. Border with peace signs, guitars, vans, etc. Propose a 60's dress-up day at the end of that week.

Heavenly 70's!

You could probably use a dark purple or black here. Next, add some of those cheap bling stickers that shine like diamonds or mirrors. Add pictures of people from the 70s and what kind of cars they drove and clothes they wore. Show a top 10 of the music, movies and prices of their day. Be sure to make a giant "70s" to go in the center of the board. Border with disco balls, platform shoes, etc. Propose a 70's dress-up day at the end of that week.

The Great 80's!

Post pictures of people from the 80s and what kind of cars they drove, clothes they wore and hair styles. Show a top 10 of the music, movies and prices of their day. Be sure to make a giant "80s" to go in the center of the board. Design the border with leg warmers, black leather, lighters, concert shirts, etc. Propose an 80s dress-up day at the end of that week. Use a neutral color for the background like black, light blue or white. The 80s had so many things in style at the same time, so it would be easier to color coordinate.

The Fine 90's!

Any bulletin board letters or background color should work here. Next, post pictures of people from the 90s and what kind of cars they drove, clothes they wore and hair styles. Show a top 10 of the music, movies and prices of their day. Be sure to make a giant "90s" to go in the center of the board. Make the border with hairspray, giant gold emblems on chains, etc. Propose a 90s dress-up day at the end of that week.

Vitamins!

Use a white background. Do some research, post every Vitamin's name (there are quite a few) and post their believed benefits. Make a border with words like energy, health, stamina. Cut out pill bottle shapes and make labels to write the Vitamin names on some. Put some statistics of their health boasts and some sources that might provide them naturally. This information can be retracted from the local health food store. Call this one "Vitamins" at the top of the board.

Ways to stay healthy!

Any color bulletin board letters or background would work here. For the border cut-outs of glasses of water and bottles of water should work well. Add some color to the statistics by adding strong men lifting barbells and women doing handstands. It will be much like the vitamins, but this time with more focus on the power formulas, like co-enzyme Q-10, DHEA, health drinks, etc. Put some statistics of their health boasts and some sources that might provide them naturally. This information can be retracted from the local health food store. Title this one "Ways to Promote Good Health."

 

Labor Day Clipart

Labor Day Clipart - What is Labor Day and How You can Motivate Employees

Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States. It is a day that is set aside to honor workers who have added to the achievements of the American workforce.

The first Labor Day occurred on Tuesday, September 5 in 1882 in New York City. It was tied to the Central Labor Union. Then in 1884, the first Monday in September of each year was to celebrate Labor Day.

There is no clear-cut knowledge of who was the founder of Labor Day. Some record it as being Peter McGuire, who was the founder of the American Federation of Labor, but some records point to Matthew Maguire as the founder of the day.

Whoever founded it, the holiday is a great way in which to honor your employees for their hard work. Many companies figure the employee is getting the day off with pay, so that is thanks enough, but that is a federal stand, you can make your own celebrations prior to Labor Day and honor your team for the hard work that they have put into building the company.

You can do this by catering a lunch, having a party at work, having a dress up day, or any number of ways in which you truly show your appreciation for your employees. Use labor day lipart in the imagery, much of which is freely available on the website.

 

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