DIY - The easiest and coolest noticeboard.

I'm not big into DIY  to be really honest. But I have seen a few of these around and came up with a super simple, and super cheap version that I couldn't wait to share! 

Ingredients:  

Brown paper roll

White powder coated metal chain, small links. Choose any colour you like though!  

A screw in hook

This is so simple it hardly deserves a description, but for those of you who need some guidance, here you go. 

Thread the chain through the centre hole in the brown paper roll.

 

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Tie the two ends of the chain, at the desired length you'd like. Dont be jealous of my well manicured hands. 

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You can clip the chain with some bolt cutters or something, if you want to, but I like the idea of a long chain. 

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Screw in the hook at desired location, and hang the chain on it. (That's a hard step, email me if you need some help!) You could try to hook a couple of the links over the hook itself for extra strength. My hook is on the top of a partition wall near the entrance of my studio, so it hangs over a little. And that's the unseen part of my paint job you're all getting a good look at now.

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Pull it down to how big you'd like the notice board or sign to be, and you can blue tac or even washi tape the bottom. 

 

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Write and draw something silly on it.  

Then you have a reusable place to write welcome notes, lists, amazing inspirational quotes, or just to remind yourself of what your name is on those crazy busy days.  

The brown paper I got is from Kmart, and has a kind of plastic backing to it, which is great for making sure you don't  accidentally write on the wall!  I like using brush pens too, to practice my fancy looking writing. 

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Here's a video version! Please share if you think it's cool. Because I can do way cooler stuff than this, and I'd like to show you if you stick around. 

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