This is a really simple hack of a cheap cork pinboard, easily available from shops and online – I purchased mine from UK supermarket Tesco. It was a boring brown square when I brought it home, but a lick of white chalk paint and some cheerful applique have transformed it from a bit of an eyesore into an attractive board that I’ll love having on my kitchen wall to keep all those cards, telephone numbers and other useful pits and pieces that have a tendency to wander if not securely pinned down!
Board measures 40 cm (16” square)
Pattern includes full size templates (pages will need to be joined together) and step by step instructions.
Please note this listing is for a pattern to make your own pin board and not the finished item. It is a digital pattern and you will not receive anything in the post.
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