We know you all love the new stencil-cut border options that are now available on CreativeTeaching.com! They join perfectly end to end, but what happens when you plan on joining them at a corner? We have a plan to help you avoid this unsightly overlap.
First of all, to properly align the borders end to end, be sure to tap on both the front and the back BEFORE putting up on the board. This will help you keep the border straight and will also make the connection sturdy.
Next you will want to find your desired length. For any bulletin board, we recommend starting by finishing either both sides or both the top and bottom of the board. This will give you a cleaner look in the end since you will be able to overlap evenly. Be sure to center the border between the two side pieces to ensure your scallops are even on both sides. Once you find the right length, cut the end of the border so that it is rounded as seen in the picture below. This will allow the borders to overlap in the corners with clean edges.
Once you tuck the cut edge in behind the side piece, you will be left with your clean bulletin board!
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