Decorated Cork Tile Note Board

Dorm rooms on the brain again here at back-to-school central! ūüėČ ¬†My daughter was telling me that Glue Dots will stick to the concrete block walls she has in her dorm and that a lot of people use them for sticking up cork tiles for quick notes. ¬†Cool! ¬†That made me want to try creating a pretty one using Glue Dots and a few inexpensive things.

Want to make one? ¬†You’ll need: Glue Dots¬ģ Pop Up and Craft Glue Dots¬ģ, a cork tile, paper flowers, paper doily and buttons.

Here’s how to make it:

1. Bend the doily over the top of the cork tile and adhere with Craft Glue Dots¬ģ to the back and front of the tile.
2. Using Craft Glue Dots¬ģ layer flowers and buttons over the doily.
3. Once you’ve decorated your tile to fit your style, add Glue Dots¬ģ Pop Up dots to the back of the tile.


Great! A pretty place for important notes.  Hey, that was easy!

I wrote this post while on the Glue Dots Design Team.

Have a crafty day!

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  1. Wow, this couldn't have come at a better time. I just finished my new craft room and had a set of four of the same cork boards. I was wondering what I should do to jazz them up. Thanks, Joy!
    1. Hi Becki! I'm thrilled that this was so timely for you! You should definitely try this. It was fun to do and I was so impressed with how quickly it came together and actually looked like something! LOL! ;) Congrats on your new craft room! Woo hoo! Hugs! ~Joy~

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