DIY Pin & Magnetic Board
Make this DIY Pin & Magnetic board and hang it up in your home office, kitchen, or child's bedroom!
This DIY Pin & Magnetic Board will help you get organized! Customize it to fit your tastes!
This board is adorable and is perfect for girls of all ages! Where did you get the fabric from and what type of fabric did you use? Can you use any type of fabric or is it best to stick to a particular type?
Aw, thank you! Of course, with the right masculine fabric choice this project could be perfect for boys of all ages as well! Having a space to display art, pin up letters, notes, reminders and more is perfect for any child (or adult for that matter)!
I found this particular print in the Home Décor section of Joann Fabric store; it was the perfect amount of pretty & stylish and quickly became the inspiration to finish her pink princess bedroom. Most home décor or cotton-based fabrics will do fine. Whatever the type of fabric you choose, give it the “pin prick test” to ensure it will withstand numerous proudly displayed pieces of artwork! If it leaves a hole, move on.
Did you use a store-bought cork board for this project or did you make the board yourself?
Believe it or not, this was a large framed picture that tragically lost it’s glass in a moving incident. What can I say, I’m a firm believer in reusing what you have! A store bought cork board would work just as well, but if you like the stylish look of a framed surround, a picture frame is your go-to for this project
What did you use (or how did you make!) the frame for the board? And how did you hang up the board?
Starting with a picture frame really cuts all the difficulty out of this project. In reality you are simply “framing” your pin/magnetic board and hanging it as you would any piece of art. As a matter of fact, I am a big fan of grouping practical pin boards among art! I created a small sized key organizer & pinboard for my broaches, and a hair clip holder that is also pin-able.
Was this a time-consuming project or was it pretty simple to do? And was it easy or difficult to do?
This project is very simple and probably won’t take you more than 10 minutes! Honestly, it is a bit of trace here, cut there, glue that, and done! Ahh, my favorite type of project!
How does your daughter like her DIY Pin & Magnetic Board?
She absolutely loves it! Every night when I tuck my little artistic munchkin into bed, I leave with a grin because that board is filled with a brand new set of drawings!
Meet the blogger:
Ursula blogs at Home Made by Carmona, where her shared adventures in DIY décor and organization become more than just hobbies, they are tools to create a happier & healthier home life for the entire family!
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