Does your home office or cubicle need some character? Spice it up with this easy hand-printed fabric memo board that you can easily make yourself with a piece of white material and some fabric paint. Click through to check out the easy tutorial.
For this project, you'll create a piece of hand-printed fabric that you will then attach to an existing memo board. It's a great way to customize a boring piece, giving it lots of personality. Continue Reading
After recently completing our office makeover, I realized I needed somewhere to put all those random little notes and lists and other office-y bits. You know, something people like to call a “memo board”. After looking around, the only options appeared to be giant rectangular boards, emphasis on giant. And rectangular. Since I like to keep things a little quirky (and colorful and covered in pattern), I decided to make my own!
Form and function and a bold pattern — all wrapped into one? I’ll take it!
My style soulmate/spirit animal Meg Allan Cole is at it again with this easy DIY decor idea: bulletin board wall art. It’s functional while looking awesome and, most importantly, insanely easy to make! Check out her tutorial for Rue Mag.
Most of us seem to work smarter and stay organized by keeping a to-do list. The problem is that the projects are in constant flux, and you set out to achieve one thing only to be derailed by another. Sound familiar?
So, why shouldn’t our goals shift with us in order of importance? cornflower blue studio says so, and offers this great how-to to make rotating goal list. See how here:
These DIY memo board hoops are perfect for craft rooms, home offices, or kids’ rooms! Bonus? They’re super easy to make and completely customizable!
Obviously, I’m a huge fan of the geometric pattern this version from Handmade Charlotte is sporting, but you could leave them raw or go crazy with whatever painted pattern suits your style. See how right here!
Such a clever idea this is! Six steel bars painted wikth punchy colors, numbered magnets, plus seven days of the week and twelve months combine to make a perpetual calendar, which also serves as a memo board. The magnet sheets can be found at any craft store. The bars look like they’d be in the wiring department of your big box home improvement store. And as for the words and numbers, your computer is probably all you’d need. Continue Reading