She Attaches Twine To The Backside Of A Cork Board - Her Next Step Really Brings It To Life
Sasha Alonzo 2/23/2016
That brown cork material may not look like much when it's just sitting there but with a few additions and tweaks it can be turned into a standout piece in any part of the house. From displaying pictures, holding notes and letters or even jewelry, these ideas will bring a fresh new look to a plain and ordinary looking cork board.
Customize your own cork board bulletin by filling it with your favorite things and attaching twine to the backside to hang up pictures across the top.
Get a few paint chips from the hardware store and cut out each color to use as a calendar. Make sure you have enough paint chips to make up to 31 pieces for each day of the longer months. This will add a great burst of color to any space.
If you don't want to cover a board with fabric, try using burlap for an entirely new look. Add some upholstery nails along the edges and you've got yourself a new addition to hang up letters and mail. Visit here for the full details.
This blogger used printed burlap and oversized clothespins for a unique organizational display. You can cleverly hang up coupons, mail, receipts and party invites. It has a purpose for displaying everything important you need. Learn how to make it here.
Start by covering the cork board with a coat of paint adhesion (to help the chalkboard paint stick) and then layer 2 layers of chalkboard paint over the paint adhesion. Once dry you have a double duty chalkboard and cork board!