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Inspiration Encouragement Board From An Old Crib

Inspiration Encouragement Board From Old Crib Frame

I am way past the days of having babies. I am at the point of my life where I want to enjoy my girls as the young adults that they are becoming without having to worry about changing diapers. So here is my dilemma what to do with all the baby stuff? I have discovered a fun and useful way to make use of the metal part of the crib. Hang it on the wall and use it collect your memorabilia or as a way to keep track of all the projects that are pending. It actually quite easy to do and it makes such a statement.

You just simply take the metal frame and clean it really well. Then if you want you can paint it but I left mine plain.

Inspiration And Encouragement Clip

I then took some binder clips and some fabric flowers to make clips for my bulletin board. I call this board my inspiration / encouragement board. I clip up there things that mean a lot to me and any notes that I might get from companies. Basically it is a pat on my back when I am getting discouraged I just look up from my desk and see all the great companies that I have worked with in the past and realize that I still have it in me to make a difference and that all my efforts to pitch companies and work on campaigns are not in vain. So tell me do you have an inspiration/ encouragement board in your house? If so what do you use?

Sending You Champagne Dreams 

7 Comments on “Inspiration Encouragement Board From An Old Crib

  1. What a great idea! What an awesome way to up cycle the crib. I was looking for ideas to make an inspiration board for the office, you post came at a good time. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  2. That is really a good use of reusing! good idea to have an inspiration board for reminders or whatever. Nice to keep something the kids used too.

  3. I’m done with having babies too! I have a ton of my girls stuff in storage and may take a page from your creative book and start thinking of ways to re-purpose some of their stuff.

  4. This is so unique! What an awesome upcycle idea! Thanks for sharing it with us at The Creative Circle! I can’t wait to see what you have to link up this week!

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