I started with a cheap bulletin board I bought with a coupon at Michaels. I spray painted the frame Heirloom white and picked out a couple of happy colors. I taped off some lines and painted out a couple of stripes.
I thought it needed a little black, so I used a sharpie to add a line. It wasn’t quite enough so I searched my fabric stash for this polka dot fabric (the same one I used for my polka dot ruffle flats), and mod podged it on. Much better. Then I took a few clothespins and gave them a little fabric mod podge love. I hot glued the clothespins to the finished bulletin board.
I love that I can hang all sorts of things from the clothespins.
Did you notice the super sweet artwork my 11 year old daughter made me for Mother’s Day? It’s hanging right above my sewing machine too! It was a very good day!
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