To say I’m a dreamer is a bit of an understatement. I have all these ideas and projects swirling around in my head at all times. This past weekend, I finally took a moment to capture my ideas. But first I had to create a project board, naturally.
You’ll need: 1 picture frame of your choosing, fabric large enough to cover the entire frame, scissors for trimming, and dry erase markers.
First measure the fabric. I wanted mine to be a bit larger than the frame backing (for good measure).
Second, I cut (not much explaining there).
Finally, I put it all together and then hang on the wall.
Overall my Project Board cost me $9.00 and about 10 minutes, which includes re-hanging my pictures on the wall to make room.
I think it turned out great and now I have a place to capture projects and ideas.
Now, I could have put some lettering spelling out “projects” on the fabric before piecing the frame back together, but I didn’t think it was necessary and who knows – that frame may take on a second life someday.
The total cost for this project broken down:
Frame – $4
Expo markers – $4
Fabric – $1
Total: $9 and about 10 minutes