Close-Knit & Cozy for a Warm Winter

Published by October 9, 2021 Leave a Comment

We hear there’s snow in northern Arizona already.

While it might not be time to pull out the parka quite yet, the Close-Knit collection is a great theme for decorating for both fall and winter – without committing to any particular holiday.

  • Bring the feeling of cooler weather inside.
  • Swap out a couple borders to update your displays.
  • Use the peeking characters to highlight student work.
  • The felt letters look soft enough to touch

Calming Strategies

Are your kids still having a hard time adjusting to being back in school full time? The Calming Strategies bulletin board set has some great ideas to help kids out when they just can’t sit still. And how cute is the Character Die-Cut border layered with the Wooden Plank border around the edge?


Borders are Like Warm Hugs for your Bulletin Board

Wrap your bulletin board in a warm hug this season. The sweater-inspired borders look great with any color theme. Layer them or mix-n-match for a coordinated room.

Take a peek at just a sampling of the borders, stickers, letters, and awards from Close-Knit.

Just a few of the borders from the Close-Knit collection
Positive growth mindset messages with these cute characters will motivate students to do their best work.
The extra detail of the stitching really makes these letters look 3-D on your bulletin board.
Creamy and soft, and a perfect match with the blue felt letters.
Excellent work deserves an equally excellent award.

Grab a mug of hot apple cider or a pumpkin spice latte and come see the entire Close-Knit collection. It’s in stock at all of our valley locations. Want to check it out from home nestled under a warm quilt? It’s available on our website as well.

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