How to Make Hexagon Cork Memo Boards

10 Materials
1 Hour

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These easy DIY hexagon cork memo boards are so simple to make and they add a ton of style to your home office. They would even look cute hanging up in your cubicle at work.

Step 1: Create a hexagon shape on a piece of paper (Canva) then print it out and cut the hexagon.

Step 2: Use the printed hexagon and trace the shape on the cork board.

Step 3: Using the clear ruler again and a handy rotary tool, cut out the hexagons on a cutting mat.

Step 4: Using painters tape, block off certain areas of the memo boards and start painting with a foam paint brush.

Step 5: Once the 1st color paint is completely dry, add more tape to finish the color blocking in a 2nd color.

Step 6 (Optional): Add marble contact paper for a fun little touch to these DIY hexagon cork memo boards. 

Step 7: Hang easy DIY hexagon cork memo boards. Use Velco Command strips to hang the cork memo boards.

Aren’t these easy DIY hexagon cork memo boards adorable? All you have to do is cut up some cork and paint it pretty to get this unique office wall decor idea.

If you love this easy DIY hexagon cork memo boards and want to learn more like it, be sure to check out all of my DIY tutorials in the archives here!

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  • Shuganne Shuganne on Jul 09, 2019

    Beautiful, imaginative project!

    Plus, I can paint and decorate to suit my decor and style. You should make everyone who comments include a picture of their personalized creation!

    What kind of paint would you recommend so it doesn't flake off after numerous pokes with push pins or staples?

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