arts and crafts, DIY

Easy DIY Disney Trading Pin Display Case

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.Easy DIY Disney Trading Pin Display Case


  • 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

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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!

DIY Disney Pin Board
Miss Mia looks purrfect posing with the display case and Lil’ Man’s new Disney Cats pins!

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