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Frame your to-do lists in vintage style

Antique frames make not-so-common memo boards.

Antique frames make not-so-common memo boards.

So much to do, so little time, and it would help if we had a place to pin our to-do list, lest we forget.

This could also be where we want to be reminded of someone or happy memories. Veer away from the common memo board and come up with one that is both decorative and elegant by using interesting frames, such as antique ornate ones. No creepy vibe here, just a way to keep messages and reminders from being boring!
You’ll need:

Empty frame
Corkboard
Illustration board or thin piece of wood/plywood
Small nails, hammer
How to:

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Cut corkboard and piece of wood to the size of the empty space of the frame.

Place the cut corkboard, then the wood in place at the back of the frame. They should fit snug and exact.

Hammer in the small nails on the inner sides of the back of the frame to secure the cork and wood.
Turn the frame over and get ready to pin away!

Pin up your inspirations!

Pin up your inspirations!

Layer the illustration board or plywood

Layer the illustration board or plywood

the corkboard

the corkboard

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