If you are a crafty or creative person, then you need a place to organize your ideas. While Pinterest is definitely an option, you likely need a physical place to put drawings, cut outs, ideas and more.
I definitely want inspiration right where I’m crafting, so bulletin boards always come in handy. Also, National Organization Month is right around the corner — it’s time to get everything out of piles and right where it belongs.
Are you looking for DIY bulletin board inspiration? Stick a pin in these!
1. Burlap and Nails
If you already own a corkboard, revamp it with some burlap, nails and a hammer.
Find the step-by-step at Sarah Ortega
2. Travel Map
You can use this to remember your travels, or just as a uniquely shaped bulletin board.
Get the how-to at Design Sponge
3. Cork Containers
Pin notes, business cards and pics to these recycled cans covered in cork.
Learn more about this project at Paper & Stitch
4. Fabric Squares
Covering cork is a good use for leftover fabric — simply cut, wrap and hot glue to the back.
Get the instructions at Better Homes and Gardens
5. Cabinet Decor
These squares can serve as a place to hold recipes or shopping lists; it’s easy to attach the cork with self-adhesive squares.
Find the tutorial at Young House Love
6. Several Circles
Adhere several cork circles on the wall so that you can easily pin your inspiration into trend groups.
Visit the post at Design Sponge
7. Neon Edges
A bright pop of color on the edge adds interest to this custom cut corkboard.
Learn how to make it at Fellow Fellow
8. Cover the Doors
This idea is great for children’s artwork or school awards — just adhere with industrial strength glue.
Visit the post at Martha Stewart
9. Framed Fabric
A bold spray painted frame makes a bulletin board look like a piece of art.
Find out how it was done at How Does She?
A unique shape makes a standard corkboard into something not-so-boring.
Download the instructions and pattern at Design Sponge
11. Wine Corks
Don’t throw away those corks! Keep them and glue them into a frame for an instant corkboard.
See how it was done at High/Low Food/Drink