I hung it up after it first arrived at mi casa, but it sat empty for months. I finally got the gumption and measured it and set off to the craft store to buy some cork board. Just my luck, they had this:It's a "cork panel." It was about $8 after a coupon and sales tax. It's basically an unframed bulletin board - very thick. But, of course, it wasn't the right size, so I had to take a
I'm a messier creator. My husband will be
At this point, I tried it back on the wall and found that it hung a little wobbly. It needed some pads on the bottom corners to help it out. I used the sticky foam pads included with the cork board (I stuck two together and left the cover on the one touching my wall) - worked like a charm.
With the new bulletin board hanging beautifully up against the wall, I was left with this great spot to hang masterpieces:
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Melissa Gibson is the editor of Mindful Homeschooler. She is "Mama" to three children, ages 7, 4, and 1.