To make a statement even with the simplest of posters layer it with different colours paper and tear it back. It adds drama and attracts instant attention.
What to do:
Staple paper for background to the display board and finish off the edges with ribbon.
Staple the poster in the middle of the board. Remember the tip about eye-level focus point? Staple 2 or 3 layers of different coloured paper over the poster (the coloured side of the paper facing the board) and use the colour of the background to cover the different layers (coloured side facing you). Use lots of staples around the edges of the poster to secure it well (guess where to staple as you can’t see it).
In the centre of the layers carefully cut a hole through to expose the poster and tear the parts of the different layers to all sides. Be careful not to tear the paper further than the edges of the poster. Be careful not to damage the poster when cutting the hole. Curl the pieces of paper outside so that you see the colours and staple them to the background. Make sure you can see all the different layers of paper by stapling them in slightly different directions. Let some of the pieces hang down from the bottom.