We would like to thank Stephanie Morgan from Modern Parents Messy Kids for sharing this DIY Cork Board Monogram with us!
Need a personalized piece of functional decor for a kid’s room, playroom or even the kitchen? This DIY monogram cork board tutorial is the perfect project that is both easy and fun to create! I used Spiderman Duck Tape for my son’s room, but you can use any tape design you’d like to easily customize your monogram DIY cork board.
DIY Cork Board Monogram Materials Checklist:
- Paper Mache Letter (I used 23.5 inch letters)
- Cork Roll – 24 x 48 inches
- Duck® Tape (I used Spiderman)
- Elmer’s® CraftBOND Wood Glue
- Corkies Push Pins
Step 1. Starting at one end of the letter, slowly wrap Duck Tape around the edge so that it completely covers both sides.
Step 3. Unroll the cork and place the letter on top with the front facing down. Use a pen to trace the letter onto the cork and cut it out with scissors.
Step 4. Squeeze wood glue onto the letter and press the cork on top. Place several heavy books on top and allow to dry.
Note: You can decorate the sides of these letters in a variety of different ways. Try using washi tape covered with a thin coat of Mod Podge or painting with tempera paint in a bright color.
We would like to thank Stephanie Morgan again for sharing this DIY Cork Board Monogram with us! Check out her website Modern Parents Messy Kids for more of awesome projects!
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