I could explain this tutorial in about a sentence, but where is the fun in that! Since this is my first post, I thought I'd go all out with pictures and stuff to familiarize myself with the process. If you don't want to waste your time, just read the title again.
As I was cleaning/organizing my desk, I found an old kneaded eraser. I figured I just throw it out because they start leaving smudges on your paper and they don't self clean like they're suppose to. Plus they are very inexpensive to replace.
I also gathered a few notes on my desk that I didn't know where to put.
So, put two and two together, you get a solution.
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Step 1: Pull
Gather up your old kneaded erasers. Clean out any unwanted hairs, buggers, etc. Pull off a little clump of kneaded eraser, depending on size of object sticking to the wall. In my case, a post-it-note size piece of paper.
Step 2: Stick
Stick to back of poster edges, paper, notes...etc.
Step 3: Place
Place as if you were using normal poster putty.
Step 4: Go Nuts!
Stick whatever you want. I thought the batteries were a cool idea. The quarter may be a bit much, however, it could be a reminder to be frugal with your money! Live that minimalist lifestyle that you crave for!!
Step 5: In a Nutshell
Basically. Use your old kneaded eraser as poster putty. Thanks for your time!