As a part of the Project ReStyle endeavor, here is my third submission! I decided to do a bit of a random project tonight. I had this old wooden frame that I wanted to do something with... but I wasn't sure what. While working in my office, I kept looking over at the empty wall space beside my desk thinking I really needed a bulletin board there! So I hopped right to it...
I grabbed this big piece of styrofoam that was sitting in my garage from a recent purchase:
Then, I traced around the inside of the frame and cut the styrofoam to fit. I used a kitchen bread knife to cut it.
After the mess was cleaned up, I wrapped the whole piece of styrofoam in saran wrap so that all of the little particle things wouldn't get everywhere:
I had this piece of vintage fabric from a sheet that was the perfect size! I wrapped it around the front (flat side) of the styrofoam and secured it with packing tape on the back.
Then all I had to do was grab my frame, pop it in, secure it with a couple of small nails and VOILA! New bulletin board :)
A quick and easy project and a great way to use a piece of old styrofoam instead of having it end up in a landfill somewhere. What do you think? Leave a comment below :)