Slowly but surely, Rob and I are re-vamping and doing some remodeling in our little home. With these changes, I’m also trying super hard to hone in on a more specific look for my work space instead of just random unique things hanging around. I’m totally in love with the pretty fabric I purchased for this desk organization project and even more in love with the result of this simplistic, yet functional addition to my space.
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Time: 30 Minutes Cost: $20 Difficulty: Easy
-8×10 frame from Home Goods (you can purchase a similar one here on Amazon)
-1/2 yd. fabric (I got this pretty pattern for only $1.75!! They had it on sale for 50% off at JoAnn Fabric.)
-regular weight Dritz Stitch Witchery
-glue gun (you can use any glue gun you have, but I prefer my Ad-Tech High Temperature Glue Gun that I use all the time.)
-Expo dry erase marker (it was the only thing I had in reaching distance of me…you can use a fabric marker or something that you can make light marks with for cutting)