3 Unique Ways to Create Cork Boards
Decorating your walls does not require a lot of expensive artwork when cork boards provide functional art of your own design. Here are 3 unique ways to create cork boards that express your own originality.
Using boldly-patterned fabric to cover a cork board provides a splash of color for your wall. If you plan to use it to hold memos, the background will stand out. The use of ribbon crisscrossing the board allows you to tuck your notes behind them, and there is no need for push pins which damage the fabric.
Paint a bright design right on the cork to create bulletin boards that are as good as an original piece of art. Use paints that are formulated especially for cork so your work lasts.
A change in display
Show your collection of photographs, ticket stubs, playbills, your child's artwork or other memorabilia. Cover the cork board completely and even add odd pieces of jewelery as accent notes. There is also no need to keep a cork board unchanged once you have finished decorating it. Look at it as a work in progress that you are able to add to or take away from as you desire. What you are able to create from that board is limited only by your imagination.
A cork board adds flare and personality to your home, especially when you design it yourself and add lots of small pieces that are personally memorable to you. It is a conversation piece for anyone who walks into your home or office and sees it.