By Woman's Day StTurn an old frame and some burlap into a pretty, practical catchallaff
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Use it to keep reminders, invitations and bits of inspiration in sight-and out of that stack on your desk.
The crafter Artist Emily Boan sells repurposed vintage pieces at local boutiques in Charlotte, NC, and through her Etsy shop. Photo by: Alison Gootee/Studio D; Craft & prop styling by Shana Faust.
TIME 3½ HR
· Decorative frame
· Several yards of burlap
· 1 piece of mounting board, cut to fit frame
· Spray adhesive
· Craft knife
· 3 pieces of self-adhesive mounting board, each cut to fit the frame width and about ¼ its height
· Pencil or pen
· Heavy-duty adhesive
· Hot-glue gun and sticks
· Books or clamps
· Staple gun, staples1. Remove glass or backing from frame.
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