With school in full swing, my refrigerator is getting cluttered up with drawings and spelling tests. And they always fly off when the dog passes by with his big tail wagging. I seem to have found my crafty mojo again (finally!!), so we did a quick project today to help the kids organize their own favorite pieces of school work (and get them out of the kitchen).
We bought simple cork bulletin boards at Ikea.
Everything else came from my stash. I let the kids choose a fabric. Good thing, too, because they both chose something that I wouldn't have expected them to like. I cut each fabric into a rectangle about an inch and a half wider on each side than the framed bulletin board. I didn't worry about exact measurements.
Then I went through my glue selection and found this! I sprayed each board very well with glue, centered the fabric over it, and then just smoothed it on. Then I turned the boards around, sprayed the frame edges, and wrapped the fabric toward the back.
Voila! They came out better than I expected for the little time they took.
I always go to fabric first when trying to pretty something up. And this time it didn't even involve the sewing machine. I love easy projects!