Linen Pillowcase Corkboard
- Large 24 x 35 corkboard <<< Link is to a new corkbaord, but I see these for $1-2 ALL the time used! You are covering it, so it does not have to be pristine.
- Vintage or New Pillowcase - Standard Size
- Staplegun and Staples
- Metal Panel/Sheet - optional
- Cardstock - Large Scrapbooking Pieces - optional
Step 2: Cut the pillowcase open along the three seams. Iron and/or wash if needed.
Step 4: Push/pop the cork back into the frame gently (it WILL break if you man handle it!).
Step 5: Staple the pillowcase to the wooden frame on the back side. Do NOT staple the pillowcase to the cork, as the staples will come through the front. Staple the middle of the horizontal sides first, pulling tightly. Repeat with opposite vertical sides then staple around the perimeter, pulling tightly.
***If you would like to make a fully wrapped linen board, you can add a piece of batting in between the case and cork, pulling the entire thing around the frame and stapling it to the back. (See Below) HERE is how I completed a similar project with a red and white polka dot fabric.
I also added a tiny bit of walnut stain to the plain frame and accessorized with walnut clothespins.
They are expensive, but super cute, don't you think? (I asked for them for Christmas.)