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Distressed Note Board

Good morning everyone.  Today I wanted to show you one of the distressed noteboards I made.  I made a few all very unique.  This one is a piece of scrap wood, stained and distressed.  I added some textured and distressed cardstock over the base (and also on the clothes pin).  Then I prettied it up with some great ribbon, including crinkle ribbon from 3GirlJam, and bead/wire accessories.

It was such a fun project.  I have another one over on the 3GirlJam blog today as well.
Hope you are having a great Friday!  I'm looking forward to a little rest and relaxation with my doggies and husband!


Donna K said…
This is a fantastic project, Rebecca! I don't know how I missed this post, but I'm glad I stopped by today! Happy Friday! ~Donna K

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