Make a DIY fabric pinboard #MyHomeMade #Giveaway

Make a DIY fabric pinboard #MyHomeMade #Giveaway
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Today I am sharing with you how to make a fabric pinboard. They are quick and simple to make, perfect for squeezing a crafty make into limited time!  With Christmas hovering in the background now is an ideal moment to get ahead with some Christmas gift making.

DIY Fabric Pinboard

You will need:

Materials for cork baord

  • Fabric
  • Quilting wadding
  • Cork board
  • ribbon
  • pins
  • Staple gun

To make:

Cut out a square of wadding and a square of fabric with turning allowance. The fabric I used was 2″ wider per side.

Place the fabric right side down, the wadding on top, followed by the cork board right side down.

Wadding and cork board

Turn in the corners of the fabric and wadding, secure using the staple gun.

Turn the corners in

Next turn in the sides and secure with the staple gun.

Back of pinboard

Turn over to the right side.

Place your ribbon across the board at equal distances apart. I used a tape measure for accuracy. Alternate your diagonals.

Place ribbon on pinboard

Pin at the cross over points. Turn over and staple the ends of the ribbon securely in place on the back of the board.

Pin ribbon

Using the fittings supplied with the cork board hang up.

DIY Pinboard

The finished pinboard is perfect for storing invites, postcards, etc..

Thanks to Rodgers of York for providing everything I needed to make the pinboard. Rodgers of York are kindly offering a kit to make your own. Enter below for a chance to win your own supplies (this giveaway is open for UK residents only).

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I am inspired by our wonderful world, creation is constant and yet changing. I feel it is important to respect the environment and where possible to upcycle/recycle. Blessed with creativity I try to appreciate it and develop it:) Thanks for taking the time to read my blog, please do sign up to follow my journey:)

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