5 Ways to Make a Bulletin Board

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I don’t know about you, but my summer is flying by at break-neck speed! The kids will be starting school soon, and you know what that means….we’ll be inundated with papers! When Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey Designs shared her Oversized Striped Cork Board this week, it was a good reminder to me of how handy it can be to have one place to hang up the most important of those papers during the school year. Not to mention having a place to display art projects, pictures, memos, and more. I went through my files and found a few more favorite bulletin board projects to share with you today. All of these can be made fairly easily with just a few simple, easy-to-find supplies. Check out these 5 Ways to Make a Bulletin Board.

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DIY Oversized Striped Corkboard

DIY striped corkboard

Hi Infarrantly Creative readers, It’s Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey Designs! Did you catch my tutorial on Infarrantly Creative last month for a massive pin board made from cork placemats? It was super easy, inexpensive and makes a huge impact! My kind of project! Today, I’m sharing how to add a simple stripe pattern to {…Read More…}





5 Ways to Make a Floor Pillow

Floor Pillow 5 Ways

Poufs and plush pillows have been a big trend in home decor for the last couple of years. Look in on just about any decorated show home or family room in a magazine and you’ll see some type of padded seating option for the floor. As entertaining becomes more casual and family based and our options for in-home entertainment increase, there’s a greater need for instant seating. Floor pillows are the answer, folks! Lucky for us, it’s possible to put together some pretty nifty versions of the floor pillow or pouf without needing more than basic sewing skills. Check out these tutorials I found for DIY Floor Pillows.

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Knock Off Décor and TWELVE Knock Off Projects

Knock Off Decor Collage

I love looking at something and trying to figure out how I can recreate it myself for even less money. Call me cheap or frugal, but I could probably be a multi-millionaire and still pass up an item in a store to make it myself. It was this love for “knock-off” projects that propelled me {…Read More…}