How To: Make a French Memo Board

How To: Make a French Memo Board

Julia Cho
Apr 9, 2009

We really like french memo boards. They're more child-friendly than tack boards, and of course, they're pretty. We like using one in the kitchen to rotate mail like postcards, thank you notes, and things we want to display only for a short while. Making one is easy.

It's your pretty standard project requiring just a few things: a canvas or board, foam or batting, your choice of ribbon, maybe some buttons, and of course the old staple gun to put it all together.

You might want to use one above the changing table to change up baby's view- one day you could post art postcards, the next, photos or relatives. Another good idea is to use it for rotating the artwork of an older child.

Find the complete tutorial details at Blissful Begonia.

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