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Make a Pegboard Organizational Wall!

Happy Friday!! 

office with pegboard framed wall at Tatertos and Jello

I want to make your Friday even a little happier with a $200 giveaway to an awesome company – Cut It Out Frames. This is the same company that makes the frames I used in my Family Gallery Wall. I love the shape of their frames. They come unfinished so you can paint them any color that you want. Plus, they are super affordable.

family gallery wall at Tatertots and Jello

When Cut It Out Frames contacted me to tell me that they have a new product — Double Frames – and asked me if I wanted to make a project with them, I was excited. You see, I am working on a new office. It’s kind of a big project, and I will tell you more about that soon, but I knew I wanted to make an organizational pegboard wall in that space. I love the look of pegboard, but I wanted to add a little pretty factor too — and I thought pegboard and scrolly frames would be so fun together!!

organizational frames with pegboard at Tatertots & Jello

Here’s how I created my wall, and then I have a $200 credit to give to one of you — wooo hooo!!

 

pegboard organizational wall at Tatertots and Jello

So here is my Pegboard Organizational Wall so far. (I am still working on it, but I wanted to show you what I’ve started. I’m sure it will be always changing!)

I started by tracing wallpaper and putting it on my wall where I thought I wanted the frames to go. That way I could move things around until I got the placement perfect. I didn’t want to put more holes in my new walls than I had to.

organizational wall paper frames

Then I painted the frames. I wanted to keep it pretty neutral – grey, white and yellow.

Then I added the pegboard. You can buy pegboard that’s already white from your hardware store. And, you can also have them cut it for you!! Isn’t that awesome?? Just bring the dimensions with you to your hardware store and they have big saws and can cut it for you for free. I love that!!

Then just pop them into your frame. (If you’ve cut your pegboard exactly right you might have to work a bit to get it in, but it’s nice to have a snug fit when you will be hanging things from the pegboard!) The Cut It Out Frames have metal holders in the back to hold in glass and these also work great for pegboard.

Then you will need some pegboard hooks. You can buy a big assortment — often the most economical choice. And then if you need more of certain specific hooks, you can buy those individually.

 pegboard hooks lowes

For containers for my pegboard, I used a few different things. I made a couple of shelves out of scrap wood and painted them to put my paints on. I also bought three shiny ceramic knobs from Hobby Lobby and hung them on the board instead of metal hooks. (I just screwed them in from the back using extra pegboard spacers that came in one of my pegboard hook kits.) I think they are pretty!

organizational pegboard wall details at Tatertots and Jello

I also bought some metal pails from Hobby Lobby, painted them white, and then added chalkboard labels to the fronts of those. I also repurposed was pencil holders from Target. They have round holes in them and I discovered that if I put small rolls of ribbon flat inside of the pencil cup, then it’s easy to pull the ribbons’ ends through the holes for easy access when I am crafting. To hold the pencil holders to the pegboard, I used pegboard magnets.

The clear containers are actually plastic refrigerator organizers that I found at Target.

organizational wall close up

I also made a little bulletin board with some fabric and the smallest Cut It Out frame. I used Command Strips to hang it on the pegboard. I took the low cabinets from my old office and put them under the organizational wall. The flat surface of the cabinets is perfect for an assortment of glass containers where I am storing things like washi tape, ribbon, trim and a metal bin full of fabric.

I tried to hang the tools that I use most so they’d be in easy reach and easy to find, like my scissors, pliers, rotary cutting tools, pens, pencils, rulers, ribbon and baker’s twine. I have bins in the cabinets underneath for the rest of my craft supplies that I don’t use as much.

I really love that the wall is functional AND pretty. It really makes me happy!!

organizational craft office wall at Tatertots and Jello

Pegboard organizational wall office at Tatertots and Jello

And now — here’s how YOU can win $200 to Cut It Out Frames.

This credit is good for anything in their shop!! Yay!

Cut it Out Frames

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Here’s how to enter:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Have you tried pegboard to organize? How do you organize your project space?

xoxo

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(I received product from Cut It Out for this project. For more information, see my disclosures.) 

Comments

  1. Love this! I too would like to know where the rug is from! Pleeeeese!

  2. This office and the organizational wall are so inspiring! I would love to do this for my office! I love the colors you chose–so bright and cheery!
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  3. This is the best pegboard discription I have come across! Thank you so much for being detailed and breaking it down for us.

  4. What sizes are the frames you used for this project? I’m trying to decide if I need the 16 x 20 or 20 x 30 for my largest one.

  5. Where are the curtains & rug from??

  6. Parker is definitely my favorite style!

  7. cnuland says:

    I think my favorite is Brooklyn. I might take it to work and put my daughter inside :)

  8. i love the chandler style! i’m working on a photo wall in our dining area, and i’d love a few of these frames to add to the mix!

  9. Jessica McGrath says:

    Love the double frames! My organizational space is a work in progress :)

  10. Susan Perkins says:

    Awesome wall! I am redoing my craft/guest room and these are great and would work wonderfully!

  11. I love the Brooklyn double frame!

  12. I love the Balboa style and hope to use it in my daughter’s bedroom!

  13. Michelle says:

    I have bought from cut it out frames before! Love them and excited to get a layered frame!

  14. Kaitlin Boles says:
  15. I WANNA WIN!!

  16. Susan H. says:

    I shared again today on Twitter. https://twitter.com/sebh55/status/321714096858857473

  17. I posted the Cut it Out Frames give-away to pinterest & have been telling friends. I love everything about the set of frames! Who wouldn’t?

  18. Aimee Marsh says:

    I have wanted these for so long. Really excited about it!!

  19. I tweeted about the giveaway! What a great way to organize :)

  20. Love the Tustin!

  21. I love all the frames! thanks for a fun giveaway!!!

  22. Julianne Johnson says:
  23. Natasha J says:

    shared on facebook

  24. I pinned on my pinterest wall and I liked and shared on FB. I would love to use these in my home office as I’m “re-doing” it to make it “fresh” :) I would like to have a family picture and quote wall!
    I’m not finding a place to leave a post on the Cut it Out site, however.

  25. Kristen says:
  26. I love that they are doing double frames now. I would love the chandler for my daughter’s bedroom.

  27. I know this has nothing to do with the pegboards, but my living room is grey and yellow….where did you get the curtains and rug?

  28. Jennifer says:

    My favorite style is the Newport!

  29. Jennifer says:

    I am now following on pinterest!

  30. I love the Balboa! It would look great in my hallway (I want a gallery wall) that I am finally painting! I pinned this amazing giveaway on Pinterest! http://pinterest.com/pin/216032113347787449/

  31. I love the newport double layer. Also love your window drapes in this room. Where did you find them?

  32. tweet

  33. Love your blog! And such an awesome giveaway! :D

  34. Danielle Mc says:

    I shared on twitter. I did not see how to leave a comment on the Cut It Out blog but I will here, I LOVE the Brooklyn double layer style and that is what I will be ordering if I am lucky enough to win!

  35. I love the Chandler – 4×6 Double Layer! I would love to make a cute photo wall going up my stairs!

  36. Natasha J says:

    shared on facebook!

  37. Where are your curtains from…..I love them! ;)

  38. Destiny says:

    I love the Chandler and would give it to my cousin for redecoration of her living room!

  39. Kristen says:
  40. I tweeted again!

  41. Christina Crabtree says:

    I love the Chandler in any size! I would use it as a bullitin board or magnetic board.

  42. Christina Crabtree says:

    This is such a great idea and looks fantastic!

  43. I love the Chandler – 4×6 Double Layer. And I would DEFINITELY use it for a picture wall in my living room.

  44. I love your pegboard wall! If I won I would love to do something similar for my own craft room. My favorite shape is probably the Chandler.

  45. I really like the Balboa ones! I have a wall in my living room I’m doing a mixture of wall art and family/friend photos and these frames would look so great in the mix :)

    Tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/AmberLane_/status/321081999936856064

  46. Julie Tobin says:

    I like the Parker style the best. I am redoing a room to an office/craft room and these would be a wonderful addition. Thanks for sharing!

  47. Leslieb says:

    I love the colors and the organization tips! Thanks for a great tutorial. I think I wold like one for my daughters room so she. An put a bulletin board in one, or switch out her art work.
    Thanks again for the tutorial and the giveaway.

  48. Alejandra says:

    I like the Balboa style in both the single and double layer frames. Super cute, and great prices too!

  49. I love the layered effect of these new frames! I love the whimsy of them. Life is too serious and needs an injection of whimsy!

  50. I love the double Balboa 8×8 frame. I would use it in my hallway to frame out our AC thermostat. I haven’t been able to find a frame that matches what I already have on the wall. This would be perfect and just what I need.

  51. I plan on sharing these on Pinterest and with my friends!

  52. I love the Chandler and Newport styles! And I lurve your craft room. Pinned it for future inspiration :) Thanks!

  53. Crystal says:

    I tweeted!! Thanks for the great giveaway and idea!!

  54. Crystal says:

    I love the Chandler frames! I would use it in my bathroom or office.

  55. I’ve not tried pegboard before, but I would LOVE to. I need to figure out how to hang it.

  56. I recently just had a craft fail with a similar shaped piece of laser cut wood…so now I have a blank wall in my living room just begging to be dressed up! A gallery wall of Cut It Out frames would be perfect!

  57. Shared on fb

  58. Tanya Adkins says:

    Balboa!! I love it!!

  59. I love all the frames but I’d I had to pick my fave I would say Newport. I have many “to do” projects that I could use them for!!!

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