|Image from Pottery Barn Teen
But I knew I could recreate that same look. I started out with a painters canvas from Michaels. I also bought a roll of cork.
As it turned out, the cork had an adhesive backing. Otherwise my plan had been to use a spray adhesive. This was even easier.
I started by removing the backing and attaching the cork to the canvas.
Using my utility knife, I cut the edge of the cork to the exact size of the canvas.
I laid the canvas upside down on the wrong side of the fabric.
I cut the fabric leaving approximately 3-4" on all sides.
I folded the edges like I would if I were wrapping a gift.
Here is the finished product.
It's the perfect spot for her to pin some of her favorite things. Here's how the cost broke down:
1/2 yard fabric - $3 at JoAnn's
Canvas - $7 at Michaels
Cork - $8 (although I only used half - I should only be charged with $4 for this project:) )
Ribbon - I had that already
Total cost - Under $20.
Such an easy project. Hope you try it. Let me know what you think. I always love and appreciate your comments.
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