Jazz up your walls in your office or home with a fun pin board.
You will need:
Acrylic or fabric paint
Polyester pin board (got mine from Bunnings)
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Step 1: Sketch and Cut Your Shape
Step 2: Tape and Paint
Using masking tape, section of your diamond pieces and paint them with acrylic paint. The pin board does soak up a bit of paint so if you're mixing a colour be sure to make lots.
You will need to wait for each section to dry before moving onto the other colours, or if you're impatient like me you can paint up to the line carefully with a flat paintbrush
Step 3: Outline With a Sharpie
When all your sections are dry, outline the design with a sharpie and a ruler.
Step 4: Hang
Hang your finished pin board by gluing a loop of ribbon to the back, or try 3M velcro strips to attach to your wall