Hi, I’m Jen from Online Fabric Store. The fabric corkboard we’re gong to make involves no sewing or stapling, making it fun and easy. So let’s get started. The materials you’ll need are: 1 yard of 1 inch batting, 1 yard of fabric, I’m using Waverly Luminary Lilac fabric, a 12 and 1/2 by 16 and 1/2 inch corkboard, 3/8 inch wide black satin ribbon, pinking shears, a fabric pen or marker, a ruler, and a hot glue gun. Measure and cut out a 19 inch by 15 inch rectangle on the wrong side of the fabric. Use the pinking shears to help prevent fraying. Measure and cut a 12 and 1/2 inch by 16 and 1/2 inch rectangle out of the batting. With the fabric facing right side down, place the batting on the fabric and center it. Place the corkboard on top of the batting. Fold the sides up and glue along the edges. Tuck the corners in towards the center, fold up, and glue. Take the spool of ribbon, start from a corner, and measure 8 inches in. Make sure you’re including the width of the corkboard when measuring. Add an extra 2 to 3 inches and cut. Cut 3 more strips of ribbon the same length. Place the four strips of ribbon 8 inches in from all four corners. Glue the ends of the ribbon to the back of the corkboard. Cut a 10 inch strip of ribbon and glue the ends to any side of the back. The corkboard is now finished. For displaying options, you can hang the corkboard, or place it against a wall. They’re great for tacking notes or pictures to. Thanks for watching this OFS project.