Hello all! We’ve had a super busy week with Lil’ Man wrapping up kindergarten and his 6th birthday celebration! I can’t believe how fast he is growing. Before I know it, he will be graduating from high school! Although it feels like time is flying in our house, I did find the time this week to put together a little DIY for his new Disney pin collection. He will be receiving this display case on his birthday.
- Shadow Box or Cork Board (I found my shadow box at my local HomeGoods store.)
- Fabric Paint or Acrylic Paint with Fabric Painting Medium (If painting on a cork board you should be fine with just acrylic paint.)
- Sponge Paintbrush
- Basting Spray
- Paint Tray
- Stencil made from card stock and clip art of your choosing
As I mentioned in the video, I used my Cricut Explore to create my Mickey Mouse silhouette. If you don’t have access to a die cutting machine, you can always print your chosen clip art out on card stock and cut out the design. Whatever silhouette you choose, I recommend sticking to a simple design as you want your pin collection to be what ultimately draws the eye to your display!