Introduction: To Do Board
Here's a quick and easy memo board to get you on track. Its virtually free to make too, if you have some left over materials.
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Step 1: The Materials
You will need
-a picture frame of your choosing, fairly large to fit all the tasks you will give yourself. I got this frame for free since it was busted up a bit
-a piece of fabric, this is piece I had left over from a textile class and I couldn't bring myself to cut it up :(
-fabric glue or straight pins (not pictured)
-artist tape, like masking but acid free and archival. Also removable. Seriously great stuff.
-post it sticky notes or you could just use a dry erase marker if your fabric isn't too dark or patterned like mine.
Step 2: Fabric Stretch
Take your frame apart and stretch your fabric over the backing.
Step 3: Put It Back Together
Put the glass back on your frame.
Step 4: Tidy Up
Either pin or glue down the excess fabric (or just cut it away) and you're ready to start giving yourself tasks.
Step 5: Make a List!
Now give yourself some categories, organize your ideas, and get to work!
I like using post its because I can crumple them up when I finish something, also I can reorder their priority if needed.