Cork Board DIY

I have this mini bulletin board in the back of my room that I have no idea what to do with.  I was thinking that I could use it as a "parent info" board or a place to hang little notes from the kids.  Some crafting need to happen so I could make a place to hang my notes.  I thought...cork boards!


Supplies:  
-square cork board cut in half (from Target)
-stapler
-ribbon
-scissors


I normally use mod podge for everything.  But when I was looking at the edges of the cork board, I thought of just stapling the ribbon down to make a cute border.  And to my surprise, it worked pretty well!  I just cut the ribbon the length of each side, and stapled them down.



The ribbon, helped define the edges of the cork board AND made them look way cuter. ;)



Here you can see my mini bulletin board and the little cork boards on display.  I hung them with push pins, and one small nail on the top.  The green white/magnetic board in the middle is from Big Lots.  I am thinking of hanging the parent newsletter here, and possibly upcoming field trip dates and info.  


Any ideas on what I should hang here???

5 comments

  1. Your cork boards came out so cute!

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  2. I love this! So cute and so easy! This may be on my weekend to do list... Hobby Lobby here I come! I love the color combo you used!

    See you soon!

    Christy
    Crayons and Whimsy

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  3. Cute idea! I might have to steal this for an itty bitty space I've been wanting to fill up! :)

    -Aris

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  4. Love your cork boards! So cute!

    Linda

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