I snagged an new MacBook Pro a few weeks ago, and now I freely admit I'm a total Mac snob. I bow to the altar of The Fruit! Remove those inferior PCs from my home! Yup, a real snob, and I'm not going to apologize for it either. Um...you'll have to excuse me, my infatuation made me lose my point for a minute there. Yes, my point...I've been looking at some cool software to add to my new love. One in particular is Scrivener. Scrivener enables...
Ribbons. I like them. A LOT (a 12-steps-in-my-near-future lot). Things with ribbons on or in them are just better. Like this:
A bulletin board with ribbons AND buttons. Be still my heart.
To make one, maybe for the weird space behind your desk, or you know, wherever, you'll need:
- Cork board
- RIBBON lovely lovely ribbon
- buttons, beads or other additional embellishments
Turning a lowly wooden embroidery hoop into a cute cork board couldn’t be easier. Not with Sweet Jessie’s tutorial, anyway.
Stuff you’ll need:
- 1 wooden embroidery hoop
- cork board a pencil
- sharp craft knife or drywall saw
- upholstery-weight fabric
- picture-hanger with teeth and a nail
- staple gun
- glue gun and glue sticks