Alrighty, welcome to the tutorial!! This is super easy. Mostly done with mats on hand. I bought a package of 4 cork board placemats from Ikea for less than $3 a few weeks ago. I still have another 2 of these that I plan on making into another bulletin board, in an as of yet unimagined theme!! lol
I had some foam board tossing around, purchased for a poster mounting project gone desperately awry, and because I almost never throw anything away, lol. I fear being exposed on hoarders one day!
<---You can also see here that I marked the area on the board where I wanted my holes to hang it from. Dad came up with the fantastic idea of using a leather punch to punch out the holes!
This is a fabric scrap with Mickey Mouse icons all over it. My apologies for not knowing who to credit on that, other than the obvious Disney Co. Clearly any fabric can be used to do this project, but mine would be ending up in a Disney decorated kitchen, so it was PERFECTO!
This method worked for the materials I used, but this can certainly be altered to whatever method you are using to hang your new masterpiece!! I debated several methods before deciding on the ribbon.
And small slits in the back as well of course(both right where you punched your holes which are now masked by the fabric.)
Here it is from the front close up...I also used Fray Check on the slits just to be sure it didn't unravel crazily. Since it's not going to get a lot of use coming out of or going into those slits, I don't really think it's necessary to do it, but I'm a perfectionist freak sometimes, lol.
Thanks bunches for reading, and happy crafting!