I’ve been sewing on paper once again, and this project is so easy I just had to share. I usually wrap this old crumbly cork board in fabric to use as a backdrop at parties like I did here and here. This time I wanted something a bit more neutral but still interesting.
I went with book pages. I’ll show you how easy this can be. I purchased my cork board a while back at Hobby Lobby, and I kept this book around for craft purposes. I cut pages out with an X-acto knife.
Then I placed them end to end overlapping about 1/2” and sewed a straight line 1/4” from the edge of the paper.
I used gold thread here to continue with my color scheme for Avery’s birthday party.
I ended up needing 4 pages sewn together to wrap around my cork board.
I wrapped each column around the top and bottom of the cork board slightly overlapping the sides. I off set the columns so the sewn rows would not align.
Then, I secured each end with a push pin on the back side.
To avoid any gaps between the columns, I used some glue dots to tack down the edges.
I told you it was easy! I’ll be using this as a backdrop for a party, but it can easily serve as a great photo backdrop as well.