Burlap Bulletin Board for $20

A new bulletin board is a simple way to add organization to your home this year. It can function as part of your family’s command center, as a memo board for important notes and reminders in an office, or as an inspiration board in a craft studio. Jeanna from Barefoot in Blue Jeans had a […Read More]

Tame Paper Clutter with Linen Pin Boards

Kris from Driven by Décor had been eyeing Restoration Hardware’s linen pin boards and knew they’d be the answer to her organizing dreams. However, RH’s boards hardly fit her budget or her kitchen wall and its awkwardly placed light switch. Kris turned to DIY and made her own trio of boards using barn wood frames, corkboard, and fabric. They are perfect for taming coupons, invitations, magazine clippings, and all the other papers that like to clutter counters and desks!

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Burlap Memo Board

Lisa from Diary of {Wannabe} Domestic Diva found a burlap memo board from Ballard that was perfect for displaying project ideas in her new craft space. Not surprisingly, the price was the only thing that wasn’t perfect about it, but Lisa found a way to get that sought after Ballard look with items she already had. Looks just like the inspiration to me!

burlap memo board

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Sliding Chalkboard Pinboard Organizer

Brittany from Pretty Handy Girl created this amazing knock off from an old drawer and a bunch of other random supplies.  I am shocked at how amazing this looks.  Brittany is just as amazing in real life too.  I adore her.  You have to check out Pretty Handy Girl, all her projects are epic!   […Read More]

Fabric Squares Bulletin Board

After a little room rearranging, Amy at Just Pleased as Punch and her daughter decided some decorative tweaking was in order. Out with the old (Bye bye, Hannah Montana!) and in with the new! The transformation  included creating a new bulletin board to fill an empty spot above the desk. Amy dressed up a Goodwill […Read More]

Burlap Pinboard with Ampersand

Shirley from These Moments of Mine loved the look of a Ballard burlap magnetic board but not the price. (We can all identify with that!) In addition to saving sixty bucks plus shipping, Shirley was able to modify the design to meet her own tastes. She opted to use corkboard instead of making it magnetic […Read More]

Red Stripe Feed Sack Message Board

Staci from Life’s Sweeter with Chocolate created this burlap bulletin board for her home.  She writes, “I fell in love with Wisteria’s Feed Sack Message Board the minute I saw it!  I love the pop of red color against the burlap!” Her original inspiration came from the Red Stripe Feed Sack Message Board from Wisteria […Read More]