I have to laugh at myself sometimes when I am shopping or looking through a catalog at the number of times I say...I can do that! You know you've said it! This is one of those times that I said it and I did it for FREE. I like easy and cheap projects and this sisal bulletin board struck my fancy when I received my new Ballard Designs catalog the other day. I just happened to have everything I needed leftover from other "I can do that" projects :)
Things you need:
glue gun, silver spray paint (optional) and a piece of cork the size of your frame (I bought it in a roll from Micheal's or Hobby Lobby, I think??).
I decided I wanted my frame to be silver so I removed the picture and glass first. Then I spray painted the frame. Next, I hot glued the cork to the cardboard backing from the frame. I cut a piece of sisal carpet remnant (found in the remnant section of my local carpet store) just a hair bigger than my cardboard backing and hot glued it on top on the corkboard. Lastly, I popped it in my frame!
I had recently gathered a bunch of old photos of my grandparents and parents and I needed a cute way to display them. I love it!