Creating a mood board or laying out a project has never been easier — with Pinless Post, just take whatever you are interested in and press it on. Your clutter is suddenly on display. The best part - your photos, drawings, or sheets aren’t ruined because they can be easily pulled off, re-arranged, or stored. All without damaging your walls.
Pinless Post is the perfect tool to free your hands — it is used here to display a Home Chef recipe card. The great thing about Pinless products is that they aren’t one time use, and they don’t ruin what they are holding — no pin holes or tape tears required. The recipe cards can be easily peeled off the wall after use, leaving the Pinless Post ready for its next job. It also keeps the cards out of the way of grease and other debris in the kitchen.
Valentine's Day Crafts
What kind of adhesive can securely hold things on a wall, but release something as delicate as tissue paper without tearing? Pinless Post is incredibly easy to use for crafts because it isn’t sticky*, can firmly hold most objects after pressing, and easily release by peeling. Liquid glues like Elmer’s are among the only alternative for this kind of crafting, and we all know the mess that requires. Pinless products offer the kid friendly advantage of being mess free.
Astronomy lab with Pinless Post
The Pinless Post can also be used to create special custom products by cutting the boards into different shapes. Baby D’s room was all ready to set up with glow-in-the-dark stars to light up the night, but they came with adhesive dots that looked bad. We found a new solution by laying the stars out on the Pinless Post, cutting to size with an X-Acto knife, and laying them out in our favorite constellations. We put Orion on a dry erase board and labelled the main stars, and then used the extra pieces to bring Taurus to life.