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DIY Triangle Memo Board

After about 6 months of moving in, we finally put something up on the walls. The hubby has been wanting to put all our pictures up for ages, but for the past 7 years we've lived in 6 different places so our few pictures were meant for a standard rental look. Now that we're permanent, I wanted to change things up. However, I really am far having an eye in interior decorating, but I figured if I take my time and do one room at a time (with lots of help from pinterest) I might be able to pull something that is totally us off.
DIY Triangle Memo Board
We both missed having family pictures up, so I finally got around to making this triangle memo board. I had the idea from when I made a fabric/ribbon memo board in high school. I love how easy it was and that it actually turned out as I pictured it in my head. Here is Captain Awesome helping me hang it. Hubby felt it important to commemorate the hanging of our first thing ever on the wall.
|DIY| Triangle Memo Board

Supplies:
A big piece of plywood
wood stain (optional)
various color of paint
painters tape (I used blue tape, but frog tape is even better to get more crisper lines)
hemp/twine

|1| I wanted a stained look to be the background, so I stained the wood first. (you could paint it a solid color instead)
|2| then I made a rough triangle stencil and taped around the triangle then moved the triangle upside down and repeated. Like I said it was rough and not perfect, but it was what I generally wanted. 
|3| Then I picked my color combination and painted. Because of the dark stain underneath I probably had to do 3-4 coats of each color.
|4| after everything was dried, I pulled the paint off. Then I drilled small holes (big enough for the hemp/twine) on each edge; one hole on each stain line.
|5| in no particular order (because that is just how I do things) I started stringing the hemp/twine through each hole over all the lines; from the back to the front and again. There was no rhyme or reason, i just did it until all the stained wood lines were covered string. After you get it all covered, make sure your string is pulled tot.
Anyway, I hope that makes sense.  I was worried my pictures might not hang well, but they hang really nicely and don't slip at all. I love how I can easily add or subtract pictures at will. 
DIY Triangle Memo Board
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6 comments

  1. Amazing post! And I love your blog:)
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  2. Looks great. Your helper is a cutie.

    M : )

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  3. Love it!! Turned out so cute, I love the triangles. Want to also invite you to come link up to Bewitchin Projects Block party going on right now and every Sunday morning!
    -Shonee
    www.hawthorneandmain.com

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  4. So cool. And love the colors you used, too! Thanks for sharing at Link it or Lump it!

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  5. Love the triangle and colours you've used. thats a pretty practical and cute craft. Thank you for contributing to The Sunday Brunch Magazine, So great to have you join us, kind regards Eliza & Bel x

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