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Cork Board Crafts You Can Make in No Time
You can make a traditional DIY cork board by putting a piece of cork in a frame and hanging it on the wall. But where's the fun in that? These cork board DIY projects take that concept one step further.
We put together a ton of cork board crafts that can work in your office or other parts of your home. All you need to get started are some cork board sheets, perhaps a wine cork or two, and some out of the box thinking.Continue to 2 of 16 below.
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Paint on White Geometric Patterns
To create a simple and modern cork board, use painter's tape to make of a variety of asymmetrical shapes. Next, fill in the areas not covered in tape with matte white paint. You don't even need to wall mount this one. Simply lean the finished cork board on your desk.Continue to 3 of 16 below.
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Collect Wine Corks to Make This DIY Cork Board
You don't have to drink a bottle of wine a night to complete this DIY cork board project. Instead, ask friends and family members to collect their wine corks, and you'll have enough before you know it. If you really want to try this project out but don't have a wine cork collection just yet, you can buy an assortment of unused corks online.Continue to 4 of 16 below.
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Install Cork Board Inside a Kitchen Cabinet
Some people don't have the space for a home office so they utilize command centers. However, these organizers can get cluttered and look messy. Hide the mess by installing a cork board on the inside of a commonly used kitchen cabinet. This way, you will be reminded of your tasks multiple times a day, but won't necessarily have it in your face all the time.Continue to 5 of 16 below.
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Place Cork Board Pieces in a Herringbone Pattern
To remake this DIY cork board, roll out a sheet of cork and cut it into 3x6 inch rectangles. Adhere the cork tiles on a white plywood base in a herringbone pattern using spray adhesive. Once hung on the wall, layer on a variety of accessories, pictures, and functional notes.Continue to 6 of 16 below.
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Document Your Travels on a DIY Cork Board Map
This is a fun cork board project to tackle for anyone that experiences occasional or frequent wanderlust. Get inspired by exploring new places you want to travel and tack off the ones you've already visited. You could even create a color system with pins that can rank destinations based on desirability.Continue to 7 of 16 below.
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Organize Jewelry Using Four Square Cork BoardsContinue to 8 of 16 below.
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Hang a Giant Cork Board for Kids' ArtContinue to 9 of 16 below.
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Repurpose Round Cork Plant Coasters to Make a Wall OrganizerContinue to 10 of 16 below.
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Personalize Cork Coasters Using PaintContinue to 11 of 16 below.
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Cut a Monogram Out of a Sheet of Cork BoardContinue to 12 of 16 below.
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Wrap a Glass Planter in Cork
Coordinate your office decor with your wall cork boards with this next tutorial. This clear glass planter is completely transformed using a roll of cork and some white paint. If the white is too simple, try out different colors like black chalkboard paint for a different feel.Continue to 13 of 16 below.
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Upcycle an Old Shirt and Cork to Make an iPad CaseContinue to 14 of 16 below.
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Glue Circular Cork Boards Together to Make a Pencil HolderContinue to 15 of 16 below.
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Fit Together a Bunch of Hexagon Cork Boards
Hexagon cork boards can be put together in a variety of ways. Keep it simple or consider layering the boards in an asymmetrical pattern. To add another element to this DIY cork board, paint half of each hexagon a different color that will coordinate with your decor.Continue to 16 of 16 below.
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Spell Out an Inspirational Word Using Cork Boards
We love this last cork board idea! First, pick out a powerful, short word for your cork board. The word "make" works well for a craft room, but you might opt for a word like "work" for an office setting. You could also use the word "play" for a playroom or "bake" for a kitchen. Next, pick a simple font, create a stencil, then cut out the letters from a cork board sheet.