3 Steps To Building Your Own Vision Board


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3 Steps To Building Your Own Vision Board

  1. 1. 3 Steps to Building Your Own Vision Board
  2. 2. Have you heard of vision boards ?
  3. 3. They're part of a cultural trend to encourage a positive outlook on life and to reach your goals. Your board can be a fun project for yourself or you could include your kids and make a family board.
  4. 4. Here’s how to make a small vision board using our newest 11x17 magnetic sign holder, which will keep it clean plus be super easy to change out:
  5. 5. 1. Decide what you want your vision board to reflect. For example, it ideas? Need some can be used to describe • a personal goal • a job you want • new décor for your living room
  6. 6. 2. Have fun collecting photos, articles, swatches and quotes for your board. Need some ideas? You’ll find them in magazines, your own memorabilia, and online – print out whatever you find that works for you.
  7. 7. Need some ideas? Do a Google image search for vision board examples.
  8. 8. 3. Cut a piece of poster board 11” x 17”. Start gluing or taping your memory board collection to it, Need some design that is pleasing ideas? creating a to your eye.
  9. 9. Slide it into the magnetic sign holder to keep your memory board items intact and clean. Need can slide your board in and out some ideas? You of the magnetic frame when you want to add to it.
  10. 10. Stick it on your fridge door, on the side of a filing cabinet, or for that matter any metal surface—just make sure you’ll see it on a daily Need some ideas? basis. It will motivate you to make your vision come true!
  11. 11. Magnetic Gift Items
  12. 12. MGI offers magnetic picture frames in a variety of sizes. They are made in the USA of heavy duty, flexible die-cut vinyl and are MADE TO LAST. The opening is on the side for ease of insertion and removal of documents.
  13. 13. www.internationalgiftitems.com