- April 21, 2015 at 6:01 PM - Views: 797 #5772
I have twins and we have many NICE Disney Pins (I get addicted to 🙂
I am trying to figure out a good way to display them and the Shadow boxes seem to be the most popular.
I also was wondering about a case that might be easier so they could take them down/out to look at them, but not pull them out of the case (they won’t), but I’ve googled and I’m stuck.
Can anyone tell me how to make a decent Shadow box and also if there’s a case that they might want to just put on a shelf and then they can look at it? I’ve found some for sale but the cases are ridiculously priced, and I like the shadow boxes anyway.
JakeApril 21, 2015 at 10:16 PM - Views: 72 #5783
I display all of my pins on cork boards and then hang them on my wall. I bought the cork boards at Michaels for around $15 to $20.
If you are looking for something enclosed like a shadow box, maybe something like this? http://www.amazon.com/Enclosed-Board-Sliding-Locking-Bulletin/dp/B00AE9NT5U
I have seen some people build these themselves for a lot less money. Just need to buy a thick wooden frame, place cork inside and then find glass/plexiglass for the outside.
Hope that helps!
-RyanApril 28, 2015 at 11:14 AM - Views: 60 #5886
There are some really CRAFTY people that make awesome pin display boards, I just won two at a pin trading event this weekend.
ADMIN please let me know if it is acceptable to post their business name. Thank you 🙂May 2, 2015 at 10:48 AM - Views: 69 #5964
Yes, QueenBee, you can post their business name. Thanks for asking!
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