Totally a rhetorical question as the answer seems fairly obvious given the spoiler-alert post title.
I bought some thumbtacks from the dollar store... for a dollar. Which is sort of a given, but every time I'm there someone always asks the cashier how much something is. It's a dollar. It's always a dollar.
Anyhoo, I spent countless minutes poking these little thumbtacks through some posterboard. I love mindless tasks that let me watch reality TV while completing them. Once that was done, I spray painted them with more of my clearanced "Celery" colored spray paint that I used on my $0.25 basket.
A couple of coats later, I left the thumbtacks to dry while I hole-punched some scrapbook paper.
Once the thumbtacks were dry, I sat down in front of the TV and watched "Chronicle" while I mod-podged the paper onto the thumbtacks. I used my finger to mod podge, since these are way too tiny to use brushes on. It took me back to first grade when we would spill glue on our hands on purpose just so we could peel it off when it dried. Awesome.
By the end of the movie, I had a million little pretty thumbtacks. Maybe not exactly a million but it was a lot. More thumbtacks than I'll ever need, if I'm being honest. You know what? Since I've got all these thumbtacks, I'll just make a whole wall in my house out of cork board. The husband will be so pleased.
Mod Podged thumbtacks, in action!