Who needs cork to build a bulletin board when you have Styrofoam?
I’ve seen some creative uses of everyday things, even things some would consider throwing away. Here is a great example of repurposing some Styrofoam that was used for packing to create a bulletin board, of sorts.
Simply attach the Styrofoam together. Toothpicks can work okay or little dowels if you have some around the house. Choose your favorite fabric and wrap the Styrofoam like a present. Use heavy duty thumbtacks like you would scotch tape to keep the fabric over the Styrofoam. It’s simple and really cute.
The Styrofoam works almost better than cork does on a “real” bulletin board. This simple project would take you approximately 15 minutes.
If you have any leftover fabric, you can use it like this was and re-cover an old cork bulletin board to match. You can easily staple the fabric onto the cork already on the bulletin board. If the cork is "old," try cutting a piece of cardboard from a box to size and staple fabric over the cardboard.