I really love this cork board idea and it probably is not the expensive which is right up my alley. This way my little ones can see the pins on the wall whenever they want but they will be set high enough where only Mommy(Me) can handle them if need be.
I am slowing putting some of my pins in shadow boxes. I have some on canvas. I recently found 2 shadow boxes with thin cork already built in. I am currently looking for more of these without luck.
I use Scrap Booking paper (so all sorts of different colors and styles) over the cork. I would love to post some pictures of the my completed shadow boxes, but somehow currently I am unable to post attachments. :-(
I have a mixture of frames , standard frames are absolutely fine for pins that aren't multi-layered (occasionally I need to reinforce the back so it holds but not too often) . Box frames are much better for the multi-layered ones or just plain wider ones .
I've seen people use just the frame and remove the glass altogether , not an option for me (I'm allergic to house dust!) But that looks pretty good sometimes .
I'm also focusing more on the thin plastic rather than glass frames , because they're lighter and have a bit more flexibility
Thanks for all the suggestions everyone!
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I think I will use the large framed cork board for the Elliot pins because I think it will go well will the Disney section of our basement.