I've never bothered with making an inspiration board. I've liked the ones I've seen on blogs, but it never seemed to me that I'd find making one worthwhile. So this isn't really an inspiration board. It's just a bulletin board, and as I've been rearranging a workspace (my reward for all of my recent decluttering) I've been tacking up things that I like.
An idea for packaging feedsack squares and trim, my all-time favorite greeting card, another drapery pinback and a paper housedress I made. (I made another one for my mom's Mother's Day card, and I'm not sure she even noticed the gift I bought her. All she talked about was the card. Moms are great that way.)
A dollhouse cup-and-saucer wall pocket, and a card for making a toy out of a spool of thread. (You've probably seen these - rickrack and trim was wrapped around the card, and when the trim was gone, there was a little toy for a child to make. The card had the front and the back of the animal, and an empty wooden spool made the body. They're the sweetest things.)
And even though I had no intention of making an inspiration board, I ended up with a board that certainly inspires me. It's really pulled into focus the things I love - old toys, colors that are clear and bright, floral prints and checks, humble relics from times gone by. It makes me smile - and wonder what might end up there next.