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DIY memo board with d-c-fix® Avellino adhesive film for a stone look.

DIY decoration: memo board for everything important & beautiful!

Project from Cintia -

The nicest way to remember important dates and events. Keep anticipation of a special date high. Or add some beautiful memories to your everyday life with photos, tickets and other souvenirs: Your own, self-designed memo board in stylish concrete with d-c-fix® Concrete White adhesive film or in chic stone with d-c-fix® Avellino Stone adhesive film makes it possible! With a good dose of creativity, you can give your memo board a modern look that fits perfectly into your home and brings everything important to life. A great eye-catcher, especially in your home office! The instructions for your DIY creative memo board can be found here:

Create the every day must-have now!

You will need…

  • A roll of d-c-fix® in Concrete White or a roll of d-c-fix® in Avellino Stone
  • d-c-fix® tool kit with doctor blade and cutting knife
  • Wooden board
  • Ruler

  • Pencil
  • Nails
  • Hammer
  • String

Let’s go

Step 1

Determine the dimensions of your wooden board and write them on the backing paper of the adhesive foil in pencil. Add a little extra on all sides so that you can stick around the edges.

Step 2

Then cut the film to size.

Step 3

Next, remove the backing paper a little, put on the film and press it in place. Then use the doctor blade to advance along the adhesive film, sticking it bit by bit. Once the entire slab is glued, then use the doctor blade to firmly smooth out the entire film surface.

Step 4

For clean edge work, cut the film in the corners and tightly stick the edges of the wooden board with the adhesive film.

Step 5

Now decide on where to place the nails and draw the corresponding markings using the pencil. Then attach the nails to the markings with the hammer.

Step 6

To finish, you stretch the cord across the nails by winding the cord around the nail once and then over to the next. Tightly knot the cord on the last nail – your memo board is ready!

You’re done!

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