Compliments of my partner for Quite The Occasion, Theresa, I have a great tutorial for the adorable memo board craft we did for Hollins' 10th birthday party.
Making a memo board was the perfect activity for a 10th birthday party; it was inexpensive and fun! Plus it made a great party favor for the girls! Here are the easy step-by-step instructions:
Only 5 supplies are needed:
- 16x16 piece of fabric
- 12x12 piece of quilting batting
- Glue (hot glue is a great option, but we stuck with tacky glue for safety reasons and it worked great!)
First you attach the batting to the cork tile with a little glue.
Next, wrap the cork tile like a present using glue:
Turn it over and here is what it should look like! Easy and quick!
Turn the cork tile over and use a little glue to attach the ribbon to the back of the tile:
Add just a scrap of ribbon to make a loop for hanging your memo board:
That cute felt flower is actually a push pin - it makes the perfect practical accessory for your new memo board. And it is super easy to make:
Just cut out a few fun shapes from pieces of felt, add a few buttons, sew them together, and a attach a flat push pin and there you have it! At the party, the girls used tacky glue to create their pins and it worked just fine.
I love the board that birthday girl, Hollins, created! Those flowers are fun and festive and I love the fabric print!