So, right when I saw this I decided to do it in a Disney theme. Our entire living room has Disney items throughout and it would be nice to have something for bills and keys. Once I got home I went through the Disney fabric and found a fun bright Mickey Mouse fabric and decided to use those bright colors throughout the piece.
To alter this piece I covered a piece of cardstock with the fabric and then attached it on top of the cork board. I then pulled off the clip on the board in order to cover the entire wood behind. After attaching the paper I then put back on the clip. Then I decided to take some white card stock and cut it up to make a note pad in which I stamped Mickey on each piece and then colored it with my Copics. Then I continued to cover the wood with the bright blue and green papers and grabbed a set of post it notes and stamped a Mickey glove on each piece and then attached the pad to the board. I then also added cup hooks to the bottom to hang keys from it as well.
Now, time for the Cricut! I used my Mickey and friends cartridge to cut Mickey and Minnie at 4 inches and the Mickey star at 2.25 inches and I then adhered those items to the board. Then, I needed some more cuts in order to meet the Cricut criteria of 4 cuts. But, I did not want to overdo the board. So, I decided to use my Cri-kits pens to draw some Mickey icons. I then also cut out chip board icons to put behind it for extra support. I adhered the card stock to the chip board and colored the card stock with my Copics. Then I adhered those three icon Cricut cuts to thumb tacks for the cork board.
I really loved doing this project and hope you enjoyed it too! It was a great way to do something I may not usually do and I loved the results. Thanks for visiting my Blog!