As many know, I have a slight enamel pin collecting addiction, so I’m constantly looking for new ways to display them. I recently decided I needed a lovely garden themed mini-pin board! It’s a no glue, simple supply project. I saved a few in progress shots of how I make these (in less than five minutes!).
These are the only supplies you need:
Small art canvas
Fabric large enough to wrap around the back frame
Starting with your canvas and fabric:
Cut the fabric into a rectangle with enough over hang that you can fold it and pin to the back with thumbtacks. I used a small flour sack towel here so two sides needed less extra over hang since the edges were already “finished”. I tacked down all but the corners initially:
And then folded the corners down to tack last and fairly uniformly. You could also tack some ribbon onto the back for hanging the board on the wall. I didn’t do that this time but I have before without any issues:
And there you go! Hey… what are you guys doing…
HEY! Get out of my garden!!
Well dang it. I guess this is actually a bug trap!
Just pin those bad boys on and you are good to go!