My other cork project includes a full tutorial on how to use the cork sheets, and it will be published on the Silhouette Blog in February.
I couldn’t wait to share this one, though. Here’s the BEFORE picture showing the plain cork strip at the bottom of a whiteboard calendar I purchased at my local WalMart. (You can search for “magnetic combination calendar” to find something similar online.)
And here it is AFTER I added designs cut with my Silhouette CAMEO®.
The cork makes a great embellishment on any part of this whiteboard calendar.
You can see that while there is an extra layer of cork on top of the original, you can still easily poke pins through it to take advantage of its intended purpose.
I’ll post again and add a link when the tutorial for these cork sheets is ready. But I will tell you my cut settings in case you get your hands on these sheets before then. I set my blade on 10, speed 1, thickness 33, double cut.
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