Combo Dry Erase/Fabric Tack Board

Combo Dry Erase/Fabric Tack Board, 36 x 24,White/Gray, Black Frame

NOTE: All Whiteboards with dimensions smaller than 3′ x 4′ will ship Small Parcel. All boards 3′ x 4′ or larger will ship Truck Freight.

Combination board offers durability, functionality, and attractiveness. The lightweight board is surrounded by one-piece, blow-molded, high-density polyethylene frame and back, making it feel solid against a wall. Includes simple mount hanging system. Board features a premium, ghost-free dry erase surface and fabric tack surface. Board Type: Dry Erase; Tackboards; Global Product Type: N/A; Board Width: 36 in; Board Height: 24 in.

PRODUCT DETAILS:

  • Frame Material: Polyethylene
  • Board Type: Dry Erase, Tackboards
  • Mounting Details: Wall Hanging System Included
  • Surface Color: White/Gray
  • Boards Special Features: Fabric Tack Board
  • Board Width : 36 in
  • Surface Material: Melamine, Fabric
  • Frame Color: Black
  • Board Height : 24 in

Package: Includes combination dry erase board and tack board and wall hanging system.

Combo Dry Erase/Cork Board

Combo Dry Erase/Cork Board, 36 x 24, White/Cork, Charcoal Frame NOTE: All Whiteboards with dimensions smaller than 3′ x 4′ will ship Small Parcel. All boards 3′ x 4′ or larger will ship Truck Freight. Combination board offers durability, functionality, and attractiveness. The lightweight board is surrounded by one-piece, blow-molded, high-density polyethylene frame and back, making it feel solid against a wall. Includes simple mount hanging system. Board features a premium, ghost-free dry erase surface and cork tack surface. Board Type: Dry Erase; Bulletin; Global Product Type: N/A; Board Width: 36 in; Board Height: 24 in. PRODUCT DETAILS: Frame Material: Polyethylene Board Type: Dry Erase, Bulletin Mounting Details: Wall Hanging System Included Surface Color: White/Natural Cork Boards Special Features: Cork Board Board Width : 36 in Surface Material: Melamine, Cork Frame Color: Charcoal Board Height : 24 in Package: Includes combination dry erase board and tack board and wall hanging system

Calendar Coaster Corkboard

In Saturday we made a Calendar Coaster Corkboard on UStream.  And …. I couldn’t resist making a few more.

Did you know we sell Cork Sheets? They’re on page 205 of the Idea Book and Catalog.

For the picture above i used the Nursery Suite Specialty Paper with Pear Pizzazz Stitched Ribbon.

The picture below I used the Elegant Soiree Designer Paperwith the (Retired) Soft Suede Polka Dot Ribbon.

For this project I used the Heavy Weight Coasters but you could also use the Medium Weight.

Corkboard turned Card Holder

I’m always looking for easy creative ways to display the Christmas cards that come to our home every season.  Last year, I used a white chain + jingle bells.

This year, I decided to repurpose an ordinary corkboard I had sitting in the back of the closet.  It was the perfect size for hanging in the foyer, so I made a simple tree with ribbon, fabric, and nailhead trim.  It sits in the perfect spot in the entry where we can enjoy our cards all season long!

If you’d like to turn your corkboard into a similar card display, here’s what you’ll need:

Supplies:

Corkboard (mine is 2’ x 3’)

Fabric to cover your board

Scrap of fabric to form base

Decorative ribbon for both tree and trim

1 package of 20 nailheads (two more packages if you want to create the trim around the base)

Staple gun

Fabric glue

Mallet (or strong thumbs!)

Layer your fabric over your corkboard, then use a staple gun with lightweight staples to hold your fabric in place.

Start at the top and cut your ribbon to specified lengths.  Secure with nailheads (found at fabric stores).

Roll the edges of the fabric and use a mallet (or strong thumbs) to push your nailhead trim around the perimeter of your fabric to form the base.

Add decorative ribbon with fabric glue around the corkboard to frame your design.  In less than an hour, a custom card holder that you can reuse again in the New Year by simply removing the fabric.

The best part is come January, the cards go in the scrapbook and the corkboard goes . . . I dunno, maybe back in the closet.