Also at our meeting, Sally Chuchman, my upline, brought a memo board she made. I instantly fell in love with it. So, I went home, stopping at a big box store to pick up a canvas and some quilting batting, and went home and made my own. I plan to use mine as a visualization board for my business goals.
Here is my memo board. What do you think?
I also made fabric flowers as an embellishment to my board. I followed the tutorial in the video I posted yesterday - HERE. They were so easy to make. As you can see, my flowers are two different sizes. To make them different sizes, use a wider or thinner strip of fabric. I did do like they suggested in the video, I made two flowers for each one flower. They ended up being too thin for my liking with just one flower. I really like how the blue one turned out.
Here are close ups of my fabric flowers:
CARD STOCK: Blushing Bride, Riding Hood Red, Baja Breeze, & a tiny scrap of Twitterpated Designer Series Paper
FABRIC: Twitterpated & Springtime Vintage
ACCESSORIES: Antique Brads, Fire Square Brads, Flower Designer Brads, & 3/8" Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon
TOOLS: Big Shot & Fun Flowers Bigz Die
NON-SU! TOOLS: 11 x 14 painter's canvas, quilting batting, hot glue gun & staple gun
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I plan to make a second memo board. This went together so quick and easy. Watch out - memo boards galore!