Saturday, June 20, 2009
Fabrics for you
1. I picked out a smooth, 4" wide pine board at Home Depot, and Alex cut it into 9" lengths for me. My job was to hold it steady, and I'm pleased to report I still have all my fingers. Sand the wood corners a bit to make them smooth.
2. Find some decorative paper you want to use on the front, or get a color laser print like I did. Trim your paper so it's 1/4" larger than your wood piece.
3. Paint the sides of your board a coordinating color. I did the back, too, so it would look more finished. I used acrylic paint.