Ikea Frames to Chevron Cork Board
 

Ikea Frames to Chevron Cork Board

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4. Lay out the painter’s tape. For a simple chevron design, start in the middle of the inner edge and work out to the outer corner. Use two pieces of painter’s tape between the lines to allow for easy, accurate spacing. Where the tape intersects and creates a point, overlap the intersection and use the X-Acto knife to trim the excess tape past the angle.

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tangieh added this to tangieh's ideas
March 22, 2014
Cork board
shatters added this to Cool things to Make
January 30, 2014
Chevron corkboard
barbarajolovell added this to barbarajolovell's ideas
January 6, 2014
Cool idea
katwellen added this to Downstairs / office
January 6, 2014
4. Lay out the painter’s tape. For a simple chevron design, start in the middle of the inner edge and work out to the outer corner. Use two pieces of painter’s tape between the lines to allow for easy, accurate spacing. Where the tape intersects and creates a point, overlap the intersection and use the X-Acto knife to trim the excess tape past the angle.
brstern2 added this to My Office
January 5, 2014
Lay out the painter’s tape. For a simple chevron design, start in the middle of the inner edge and work out to the outer corner. Use two pieces of painter’s tape between the lines to allow for easy, accurate spacing. Where the tape intersects and creates a point, overlap the intersection and use the X-Acto knife to trim the excess tape past the angle.
artEffects Studio Ltd. added this to sueben24's ideas
January 4, 2014
Cork board
sstrafel added this to Organization
January 3, 2014
Cork boards with spray painted patterns
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