If you’re looking for memo board ideas for your home or office, you’re in the right place. I’ve curated 23 DIY memo boards. Some are built from scratch, and others are makeovers or up-cycles. Scroll down, find your favorite and make it yourself! Each photo links to the tutorial. Enjoy!
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23 Memo Board Ideas for your home or office
1. Framed Magnetic Board by Simplicity in the South
2. Kids Memory Board by Cookies and Crafts
3. Man Cave Message Board by A Crafty Mix
4. Gold Dry Erase Board by Polished Habitat
5. Framed Cork Board by Sadie Seasongoods
6. Wire Mesh Pin Board by Elizabeth Joan Designs
7. DIY Metal Wall Grid by Love, Create, Celebrate
8. Dollar Store Cork Board Makeover by Monica Wants It
9. Acrylic Floating Frames by Monica Wants It
10. Dry Erase Memo Board + Free Laundry Symbols Printable Poster by Blue I Style
11. Bicycle Memo Wheel by Dimples and Tangles
12. Office Shelf Organizer and Message Board by Handmade Haven
13. Fabric Covered Bulletin Board Makeover by Ideas for the Home
14. DIY Glass Dry Erase Board by Living Letter Home
15. Command Center Board by Repurposed Life
16. Functional Organization Board by Repurposed Life
17. Repurposed Tray Message Center by Artsy Chicks Rule
18. DIY Cork Board by Anikas DIY Life
19. Faux Zinc Magnetic Memo Board by H2O Bungalow
20. Hexagon Cork Memo Boards by Making Manzanita
21. Family Command Center by Jessica Welling Interiors
22. DIY Memo Board from A Curbside Find by Chatfield Court
23. DY Simple Memo Board for the Office by yours truly 🙂 You can find the tutorial here!
24. DIY Memo Note Pad from Scrap Wood
25. DIY Mail and Key Command Center
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Novice woodworker and serial Popcorn eater, Janice Thomas writes detailed tutorials that motivate others to “dare to try”. Originally from Puerto Rico, Janice is fluent in Spanish and dreams of owning a beach house on the island someday! Janice currently lives in Utah with her husband and children, where she works as a university professor.