Hey daydreamers! I recently got a letter board for my twelfth birthday, and I’m obsessed with writing tons of funny and random phrases on it every single day. Plus, I love how the letters are all sorted out in an organizer!
But when searching for ideas on what to put on my letter board, almost every post I found was on some mom-blog with ideas like “Raising Kids is a Walk in the Park…Jurrasic Park” and “#MomBrain”. So I decided to create this list of 10 letter board ideas that teens and tweens will actually get – some of them are funny, some are inspirational, and hopefully you’ll enjoy them! A few I made up myself, found around the internet, or were inspired by funny shirts and phrases.
I didn’t have a cupcake, so here’s a muffin pre-miracle! 😜 This one is super funny, and this picture also turned out pretty cool! It’s also a little inspirational. Feeling like a muffin? Dream big: be a cupcake! 😉
This one is super cute, and perfect for Thanksgiving (which is coming up sorta soon ahhh what happened to October)! The letter board I had also came with a bunch of cute cursive words, plus some emojis, so that’s how I came up with this! Also, you get a view of my extensive scrunchie collection, haha. I’m debating on doing a post on that…
So true! I pretty much am thinking about everything and anything at any given moment – unless it’s Friday. Then my mind is totally focused on the weekend! 😂 I like the colorful tab sticky notes and keyboard in this picture!
And of course I had to do a few ballet-themed one! Featuring my gorgeous new pointe shoes…😍 For like a week I literally had a countdown until my first pointe shoe fitting with this on it!
YESSSS. Something every tween/teenager can relate to – the horridness of math! Featuring my math homework, lol… We’re currently doing a lot of integers, square roots, and pre-algebra stuff…😬 Send help and tacos for when I have to do homework tomorrow!
Speaking of tacos… 🌮 🌮 🌮 Impressed by the fact I used an actual taco in this picture? 😂 We had Torchy’s for lunch and I had some leftovers…so here you go! I was inspired by this T-shirt my mom got at a taco place in Arkansas, haha. (Also it just occurred to me I spelled emotions wrong…oops lol)
Literally every tween and teen’s essential resource: WiFi. And when it’s loosing its motivation, you’ve gotta share some encouragement, right?
Get it? Translation: You Only Live Once! Just kidding, be right back. Laugh out loud! -Jesus And it’s actually true – Jesus is coming back again! (Anyone notice I had the Bible opened to John 3:16?)
Another ballet one! I really love the white tutu in the background. That pointe shoe isn’t actually one I use – long story short, I got it from a gift shop at a Nutcracker production a few years ago, and you were supposed to have the performers sign it…but I decided it would look cute in this picture! (Also, in case you’re not a dancer: These are ballet steps, which are French.)
And finally, a cute and encouraging message! I love the star and moon emojis in this, and the simple gold necklace looks really pretty against the black felt of the letter board. This is definitely one of my favorites!
And that’s it: ten letter board ideas for teens! This post might have been a little shorter than usual, but it took FOREVER to take the pictures for this…but I hope you guys enjoyed! Also, look at me being productive and writing this on a Friday…😎
If you liked this post, make sure to check out Hannah’s creative fall-themed letter board post over at TheStripedPlaidCo! Her photography is so amazing – thanks for inspiring me to make this post, Hannah!
And remember: “Raising Kids is a Walk in the Park…Jurrasic Park.” 🤣
Do you have a letter board? What’s your favorite thing to write on your letter board – or just your favorite funny quote in general? What do you think of the photography? Did you check out Hannah’s post?
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