Old, UGLY Corkboard... BLEH!

June 8th, 2011 in member junk     
gamecockchic gamecockchic, member
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My corkboard.  You can see some of the holes in it.  I forgot to take a photo before I put my stuff on it so I had to take it all back off to photograph it. 
Christinas corkboard with all of her stuff on it. 
My corkboard.  You can see some of the holes in it.  I forgot to take a photo before I put my stuff on it so I had to take it all back off to photograph it. 

My corkboard.  You can see some of the holes in it.  I forgot to take a photo before I put my stuff on it so I had to take it all back off to photograph it. 


My co-worker and dear friend, Christina, and I were in serious need of a place to put some of our "notes" that we needed easy access to.  We had them all tacked up on the walls surrounding our desks which looked so BLEH!  I found this huge, ugly, old corkboard at the thrift shop for $1.  The frame on it was broken and dirty so honey-britches took that off for me and cut it in half.  I covered the corkboard in fabric remnants I already had and leftover sashes and ribbon from our wedding.  Used hot glue and fusion tape to secure everything on the back.  Mine's burgundy and gold and her's is green.  Of course, with a corkboard that cute, we had to mat our notes in scrapbook paper piece leftovers.


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Comments (1)

Prior writes: It looks so much cuter,now, and I love having a nice place to work. You asked what kind of drill bit I used is a ceramic drill bit, that cost about 15 dollars at your hardware store, I'm glad you like them!
Lezlee Posted: 6:24 pm on June 9th
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