12.07.2010

Super Easy DIY: Fabric Covered Bulletin Board

I missed the boat on the Ballard bulletin boards I wanted to order from this post, as they were sold out when I went back to order them.  It's probably for the better though, because I saved a ton of dough by doing this DIY instead.  It's so easy really, and there are tons of tutorials around the web for it.  Here's my cliffs notes version:


The bulletin board was $8 at Target and the fabric was from a remnant sale at Joann's and only cost $2. 
$10 dolla make you holla!
And please note, those are my husband's manly hands in step 4, not mine.
If you have any questions regarding more detail, please email me at jackie{at}SweetiePiePumpkinNoodle.com

13 comments:

  1. awesome! So simple... that fabric is gorgeous! I swear I never find stuff that cool at the fabric store.

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  2. The studs are incredible - also from JoAnn's?

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  3. i'm thinking of doing this to my head and foot board of my bed - instead of buying new stuff ..

    *kiss kiss*
    Erika
    ~Tiptoe Butterfly~

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  4. 10 dolla make you holla is RIGHT! looking GOOD!!!

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  5. Looks great!!! Love the nailhead and fabric, you have great taste!

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  6. Super cool, I am so doing this....much easier than I thought...good pics too!

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  7. That turned out super cute! I love the fabric too!

    Luvs!

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  8. Love the share! BTW - where did you get the Nail heads at? Love the detail on them.....Thanks for insight! ~Margaret

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  9. Hi guys! Thanks for all the sweet comments! I got the nailheads at ACE hardware store. Not sure if they are throughout the country or not? I'm pretty sure they would have a similar style at most hardware stores. Hope that helps!

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  10. Here via Made By Girl! I LOVE that fabric. I need it in my life!

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  11. Love your bulletin board! I just finished up doing one too with a green and white fabric: http://mightycrafty.blogspot.com/2011/05/bulletin-board.html

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