Working from home now and needed a quicky bulletin board, similar to my company office. I had a canvas on a wood frame of a an etsy downladed image that didn’t turn out very well. But it was the perfect size for a bulletin board. I simply cut a piece of corrugated cardboard just slightly smaller than the canvas and tucked it between the wood frame and the canvas. I added clips with pin backs to hold memos…and done. You could also paint a canvas (if the paint isn’t too thick) or cover with a pretty fabric, anything you want. if the edges look bumpy, you could apply ribbon or washi. It is really meeting my needs.
Great idea! Turned out great!
Welcome, and wonderful bulletin board!
Welcome to Lettuce Craft! And, what a great way to take a less than perfect project and turn it into something useful. I’ve never seen clips with pin backs before. Where did you find them? Sometimes, I want to put things on a bulletin board, but I don’t want to put holes in the, so clips would be a perfect solution!
Welcome! Looks amazing.
Thanks! I was going crazy without a place to attach my little notes, I think canvases on wood frames are so versatile. I found those clips, surprisingly, at Dollar Tree! I had never seen them either. And luckily DT is still open during the shutdown.
Thanks! I’ll have to look the next time I’m in there.