A burlap covered pinboard is a step up style wise from plain old cork without being overly fussy. At home in almost every kind of decor, it’s an easy and cute way to add a little organization into your life.
Things to do:
1. Trim the burlap so that it is 1 ½ inch larger all around than the corkboard.
2. Center the board onto the burlap, cork side down.
3. Run a generous bead of glue along one side of the board and fold the burlap over, pinning it in place to hold until the glue is dry. Repeat with the opposite side of the board, pulling the burlap tight as you work.
4. Follow the same procedure for the final two sides and let the glue dry.
5. Remove the pins and pull the corners down, glue and pin down, allowing them to dry completely before removing the final pins and hanging.