You can find free letter templates on the Internet by simply searching “letter A template” (change A to the letter you wish to find). You can also use a program such as Word to type a letter in the font you like, or draw one freehand. Print out your letter large enough to take up the entire sheet of paper.
For my letter, I actually wanted it to be a bit bigger, so when I cut the letter out, I left an excess border of about 1/2-inch all the way around it.
Place cork tile on top of the cutting mat. Hold the letter in place on top of the cork and use the craft knife to cut through the cork in the shape of the letter.
Once you’ve finished cutting out the letter, trim any jagged or lumpy edges with your craft knife.
Cork tiles usually comes with self adhesive wall mounts. Attach a few to the back and hang it on the wall. Simple as that!
This project for Corkboard Wall Letter was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/corkboard-wall-letter/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.