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Cork board with fabric on top.

Cork board with fabric on top.

Decorating with cork boards and fabric

Decorating with cork boards and fabric

Two necklace boards! Lucky me! Dad made the top one for me with vintage moulding. I made the other from a cork board and some fabric.

Two necklace boards! Lucky me! Dad made the top one for me with vintage moulding. I made the other from a cork board and some fabric.

Bring the gold trend into your home without spending a lot of money or doing anything permanent! Easy project for $6.00!

Bring the gold trend into your home without spending a lot of money or doing anything permanent! Easy project for $6.00!

10 Ways to Update & Decorate a Basic Cork Board

10 Ways to Update & Decorate a Basic Cork Board

You ever wonder about how much potential there is a Office Max? All those companies try and try to market things so they think they're cool. But things always come out better if you stick to the basics and make it your own!

Pet Rock Necklace, via Etsy. I just think these are so cute, plus the packaging design is awesome!

Chrysoprase Pet Rock Necklace for Prosperity and Success

Pet Rock Necklace, via Etsy. I just think these are so cute, plus the packaging design is awesome!

Graduation Napkins will complete your 2016 grad party decor! Black and Gold Graduation Party Napkins with Congrats GRAD printed in metallic gold foil - by Mod Party

Graduation Napkins will complete your 2016 grad party decor! Black and Gold Graduation Party Napkins with Congrats GRAD printed in metallic gold foil - by Mod Party

Broken is Beautiful in the Japanese tradition of kintsugi. Broken things are repaired with gold (or silver) joinery, so that the repaired object is even lovelier than the original. It leaves history in tact and brightens any mistake.

Broken is Beautiful: The Japanese Tradition That Makes Broken Things Even Better than Brand New

Broken is Beautiful in the Japanese tradition of kintsugi. Broken things are repaired with gold (or silver) joinery, so that the repaired object is even lovelier than the original. It leaves history in tact and brightens any mistake.

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