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How to Cover a Notice Board in Fabric

Notice boards are great but if you want a big one then goodness me they are ugly – I wanted a nice big one to pin up all the bits of paper of things pending, important mustn’t forget stuff and a few postcards and greetings cards to remind me of happy times. The only way forward was to cover the large blue object myself. It was so quick to do I was quite shocked – the hardest bit was choosing the fabric from my embarrassingly large stash.

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So here’s how to cover a notice board in fabric.

1. Cut the fabric so you have a few inches at each edge to turn over to the back and using a spray adhesive (I used a carpet adhesive) start at one end spraying a section at a time and then smoothing it down to make sure there aren’t any wrinkles.

2. Carry on like this until the front is covered.

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3. Then turn the noticeboard over and make neat folds at the corners –spraying each fold in turn to hold the fold in place. Spray one edge at a time and smooth down the fabric.

4. I left it to dry for an hour or so and then made tiny holes in the corners with a small pair of scissors where the fixing holes are for drilling the noticeboard to the wall.

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One lovely noticeboard and so simple. One word of warning though is to make sure you sheet the area you are working in well as spray glue is messy stuff!

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Jacqui x

How to Cover a Notice Board in Fabric by Jacqui Brooks


2 replies to “How to Cover a Notice Board in Fabric”

  1. Geraldine says:

    What a transformation! Looks great!

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