I made this a couple months ago and posted it on my other blog, which I no longer use.
I have yet to use it, but I can't wait to when I find room for it!
It's a bulletin board that I changed into a jewelry display board. I recently seen one at Hobby Lobby and was going to purchase it, but I realized that I had too much jewelry to hold on it. I then moved over to their bulletin boards and found that they were having them on SALE (yessss :) I LOVE sale items) for 50% off. So instead of $40 I only paid $20 :) Perfect!
Here's how I did it..
First start with all of the supplies: Hobby Lobby bulletin board, quilt batting, cloth to go over top, screw driver, scissors, and goop! :) Works wonders!
Flip over the bulletin board and begin to take out all of the attachments that hold it together.
Collect all of the attachments in a bag so when you go to put them back on you know you haven't lost anything.. I've learned this by losing things many times.
Next take your quilt batting and lay out on a flat surface, I used the floor. Take the part of the bulletin board that you took off and place it over top of the batting to cut around for the right length and width. I cut two pieces of batting to use on mine, it depends on how thick you want your final piece to be.
Take your goop and use it in the corners and edges to secure the quilt batting.
After your batting is dry, take your cloth and place it underneath. Then take your goop and glue two opposite sides at a time (the edges), wrap the cloth around the glued edges. I used clips to hold the cloth in place so I would not have to sit and hold it. Come back in 20-30 minutes and glue the other opposite sides, wait 20-30 minutes again to make sure they're completely dry.
After it's dry, remove the clips and cut the excess cloth off the back. Flip it over and place it back in the frame and use the attachments to hold it back together.
Use hat pins to hold jewelry up. Make sure when hanging jewelry to push the pin all the way into the bulletin board and not just the batting.