I decided to make this to go along with "The Secret" what's the secret you ask, that's a good question. It's a book that tells 'The Secret' to success, which shows how for centuries people like Edison, Ford, King, Trump, Oprah, and Gates used the secret to become successful. Now 'the secret' really isn't a secret at all, more a theory that if put into action can help you get what you want from life, the theory goes as follows: Thinking about something 24/7 will lead to actions being taken and the outcome bringing you what you wanted, whether that's a raise, house, or a dream job.
My problem is my mind tends to wander and I'm always thinking about a million different things, I find is really difficult to think about just one thing all day long. That's where this board comes into play, because I'm able to see all the thing that inspire me or that I want in life and every day when I wake up, I'm reminded of those things. Now I know I'm not the only one who has this type of brain, so I thought I'd share this with you guys.
Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
A good size piece of cardboard
Some old wrapping paper
String or Wire
Ruler and pencil
Scissors or paper cutter
Yarn or twine
Possibly a craft knife
And some kind of clips (pictured is bulldog, paper, clothes, and hair clips)
Step 2: Cut Your Frame
*To get the corners nice and crisp I used my craft knife to start the cutting then followed with the scissors.
Step 3: Cover Frame With Paper
Once you have picked you paper, you're going to lay it out and center the frame to get an idea of how much you will need to cover it, measure and then just cut four sheets of the same size. Start with any side and center your paper make a slit on the inside edge of frame to make the edge look clean when folding and gluing your paper, repeat the process until you have completely covered your frame.
Step 4: Wrap String or Wire
As I found out the strands slip do to the weight of hanging things on them, so once you have the desired amount of string wrap on, begin spacing them how you like and then you'll need clear tape to the back to hold them in place.
It's at this point you'll want to tie some sort of yarn or twine to the top for a hanger.
Step 5: Final Touches
Now marvel at what you just created, and take satisfaction in knowing you're one step closer to making these things a reality. =]
*Upon reading another great book, I have since added a list of ten most important things to help me keep momentum.