I went to multiple hardware stores to see the prices ofthe supplies so we could spend the least amount of money.
This is the front view of one of the panels we built for Karen Wylie’s private school. It is four feet tall by eight feet wide.
This is the view from the back side of the panel. It hasbecome easier for her to hang banners and more ways ofadvertising on her fencing to get more peoples’ attention.
This picture is showing you how Karen is able to hangsigns that are seen from the road while also following the rules of safety for the children.
This is an up-close view of the top of the panels to show how we used staple guns to make the staples flesh with the rest of the panel so no one gets hurt.
We learned a lot about what to do and not to do on the first panel. If you drill the screws into the wood too much, the wood will split and start to splinter up. We had to pay more attention for the next two panels.
The next three pictures show how we used hinges to hold each panel to the next so they can swing open and closed.PICTURE ONE
In this picture, we used PICTURE a wood block and a hinge to connect the TWOfirst panel to the side of the porch before connecting the other two fencing panels.
Lastly, these two panels are connected by another hinge so ifwe need to open the fencing on the driveway, we can. PICTURE THREE
We went toUPS to make 500 copies because the prices werecheaper thanother places.
Instead of delivering all flyers to homes, westarted pinning up ouradvertisements in local stores.