How to Make a Framed Bulletin Board - The Happy Housewife

If I remember right I paid $18 for it, and I knew immediately that I wanted to make a bulletin board for my kitchen out of it.

Eureka Dr. Seuss Giant Crate Bulletin Board Sets (847694)

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  • Hi! I am currently wanting to make a bulletin board for pictures and school related items. I’ve been planning on buying a large frameless corkboard ($17) and covering it in fabric using upholstery pins. This is the first time, however, that I’ve seen insulation foam board being used instead. What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of both? Will the cork last longer if I am changing pins out often? Does the foam hold the pins in place well?

    Hi! I am currently wanting to make a bulletin board for pictures and school related items. I’ve been planning on buying a large frameless corkboard ($17) and covering it in fabric using upholstery pins. This is the first time, however, that I’ve seen insulation foam board being used instead. What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of both? Will the cork last longer if I am changing pins out often? Does the foam hold the pins in place well?

  • Hi! I am currently wanting to make a bulletin board for pictures and school related items. I’ve been planning on buying a large frameless corkboard ($17) and covering it in fabric using upholstery pins. This is the first time, however, that I’ve seen insulation foam board being used instead. What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of both? Will the cork last longer if I am changing pins out often? Does the foam hold the pins in place well?

    Hi! I am currently wanting to make a bulletin board for pictures and school related items. I’ve been planning on buying a large frameless corkboard ($17) and covering it in fabric using upholstery pins. This is the first time, however, that I’ve seen insulation foam board being used instead. What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of both? Will the cork last longer if I am changing pins out often? Does the foam hold the pins in place well?

  • Hi! I am currently wanting to make a bulletin board for pictures and school related items. I’ve been planning on buying a large frameless corkboard ($17) and covering it in fabric using upholstery pins. This is the first time, however, that I’ve seen insulation foam board being used instead. What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of both? Will the cork last longer if I am changing pins out often? Does the foam hold the pins in place well?

How To Make a Bulletin Board with Homasote — Home Hacks

I love your finished product! I wanted to make a bulletin board for my 94 year-old grandmother who lives in an assisted living facility. I found the link to your blog on Pinterest. Thanks for the great photos and easy to follow directions! I’m making one this weekend! 🙂