Unless your project board is for an art project, or is it a requirement of the assignment, all your materials should be developed (and then printed) from a computer. You should avoid creating the materials by hand, as it doesn’t look as professional. You should already know what materials you require for your display board based on your overall plan and storyboard.
You can create your materials in a variety of software on the computer, including word processing, spreadsheet, or presentation software. You can also consider using more specialized software like Adobe Photoshop or iPhoto if you’re familiar with the software. If you don't have access to a computer at home, you can usually use one at school or at public libraries. When creating each section of material, use the Page Setup of the software to display the page in the same orientation as it’ll be on your project board. You can choose between horizontal (landscape) or vertical (portrait). Try to fit one page on your screen at a time to enter and size the material, so you can see how the overall section will appear when it’s on your board. Use san-serif fonts like Arial, Verdana, etc. Or simple serif fonts like Times New Roman, Georgia, etc. Avoid script fonts, or fancy fonts that are hard to read.