My kids LOVE art projects. I mean LOVE. They also want them up all over our house and we don't really have a big house so it was time to come up with a playroom display solution. I would love a giant cork board wall but that is a big committment...so I found this easy, cute idea for cork board tiles with a tutorial from a blog called Hazel Bloom.
You take 12 x 12 cork board tiles. (mine were on a back to school sale at Staples for $5 for 4)
spray on some adhesive and take scrapbook papers
(which are 12 x 12, so handy!)
and press them on
these are how hers turned out, so cute!
The paper gets holes in it from push pins, but that is no big deal since you can so easily change the paper.
I also used Amy Butler double sided scrapbook paper,
here they are...
I put them on the side of the awesome plastic cubes from Target, they fit perfectly (although it took a few attempts to get them to stick...double sided poster tape seemed to do the trick)
The cubes are called itso and you can stack them customize them with shelves, different size drawers,and bright colored fabric drawers that are so cute!
Here are some "style tiles" from Pottery Barn Teen that
Kris is going to try and recreate with her daughter, though this one will set you back $299...(of course we think doing it yourself for $20 sounds a lot better:)
Put some cork board tile fun in your back pocket...