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My pretty pinboard

This week I have been sharing with you how my cloakroom/laundry room is looking so far. From Monday I will be sharing with you how the room between the dining room and cloakroom/laundry room looks with before and after pics. Before I do I wanted to share with you how I made use of a dark little window that looked into the kitchen but brought no real extra light in as I am using it as a book shelf in the kitchen, as it has a really deep ledge on the kitchen side! I decided to make it into a pin board , here's how...

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How-to step by step

  • mud room window before

    Step 1

    Accurately measure the space for the cork tiles and carefully cut cork tiles using a metal ruler and craft knife so they fit into the space

  • mud room window during

    Step 2

    Apply a thin layer of PVA glue to the back of the cork tiles and adhere to window, leave to dry

  • covered pinboard

    Step 3

    Using the window measurements for the cork tiles, carefully measure and cut out a piece of oil cloth. Apply a thin layer of PVA glue to the front of the cork tiles and adhere oilcloth to cork tiles, leave to dry

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