How to Make DIY Bulletin Board !

Ciao lovelies! Do you have an excess of cardboard laying around and want to make a cool DIY out of it? Today, I'll show you how to make a DIY bulletin board from cardboard!

Before we get into the steps, let's find out what you'll need.

What You'll Need:

-Desired Embellishments
-Hot glue gun and hot glue (not pictured)
-Ribbon (not pictured)
OPTIONAL: Cute thumbtacks. 

How to make a DIY Bulletin Board!

Step One: 

Cut three rectangles of cardboard to a size that's a little smaller than one sheet of felt. 

Step Two:

Cut off the corners of the felt as shown. Glue together TWO of the cardboard rectangles but DON'T glue them to the felt.

Step Three:

Fold over the newly created tabs on the felt and glue them to the cardboard pieces that you glued together in step two. 

Step Four:

Cut a length of ribbon and glue it to the back of your felt-covered-cardboard, leaving a handle on the top of the board.

Step Five:

Take the THIRD rectangle you cut out and trim it down on each side until it is a little smaller than the overall size of the bulletin board. Hot-glue it to the BACK of the bulletin board, covering the felt tabs and ribbon. 

Step Six: (Optional)

Flip over the board, and now you have a bulletin board! If you want, now you can embellish it. I chose to make a bow out of another color of felt, and hot-glued it on. (later I also added a fox patch.)

And You're Done!

 I chose to use some superglue, thumbtacks, and charms to make cute thumbtacks for the bulletin board:

Of course, you could always use normal thumbtacks too. 

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