I spent all day yesterday working on my Craft Room.

One of the projects I started and finished was giving my old Cork Board a quick makeover using fabric.


I love how our Polka Dot Pin Board used to look.

{ You can see the tutorial of this board here. }

But for the new room the color was too close to the wall and I wanted to make it pop.


This is what I did.

I used half of a yard of fabric for this project.

I cut the fabric about 1 inch wider than the board.

With a butter knife I pushed the fabric inbetween the frame and the board, working my way around.


To make the fabric stay I used pins of the same color.

You want to pin them in an angled position.

The colors of the pins and the fabric blend so well that I can hardly tell that they are there..


After I was done with the board I used the other half of a yard to make a new ironing board cover.


You can click here to learn how to make an ironing board cover.


I love this ironing  little area.

It is amazing what a bit of color and fabric can do.

Colors have the power to create a feeling in a room. They can make you happy, sad, hungry, or angry.

My new Craft Room has a ton of natural light, and most of the furniture is white.

I want the fabrics in the room to stand out and fill the space with colorful patterns that inspire me to create.

Here is a sneak peek of the curtains.


I can’t wait to show you the rest…

Make sure to come back at 10:30 pm to link up your projects to this week’s link party!

Thank you so much for stopping by today.