Cabinet with Cork Board from a and old DryErase/Cork Board

I have been wanting to add cork board to the inside of my cabinet for a while.  I have several recipes I use on a regular basis and I like to tape them to the cabinet.  I thought cork would be a little more practical.  We had an old dry erase/cork board I knew that would work perfectly for my cabinet.
Materials:
Old Cork/Dry Erase Board
Metal Ruler
Exacto Knife
Glue (I used Aleene’® Jewel-It)
Masking Tape
A cabinet door – the tape is still from when my cabinets were down being stained.

 Measure the size you need.

 Cut the cork and Dry Erase board in half.  Measure and cut the Cork to the desired size.

 Glue the back of the cork to the wood of the cabinet.

 Cork taped to the door so it can dry.  I let the glue dry for 24 hours before removing the tape.

Add your favorite recipes to the inside the cabinet for easy access (mine is the Beginner’s Bread Recipe).

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