IKEA's Cork Trivet 12 Easy, Clever or Colorful DIY Ways

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Got a few bucks and a few minutes this weekend? Pick up a couple of sets of IKEA's HEAT Trivet. A simple circular cork board, it's not what it is, it's what it could be, as evidenced by these simple, affordable and fast DIY projects that could transform a wall and add a little function to a space, too. At only $2.99 for a set of three, you can grab as many as you might need to brighten up your space.

Pictured above: DIY Custom cork board IKEA hack for your entryway is a tiny punch of color and a way to organize your life a bit. Seen on Oh Everything Handmade. (Image was cropped slightly, original can be seen on blog post.)

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DIY cork board wall art in a Southwestern theme will jazz up a wall in your home. Spotted on Sweet Pea and Saffron.

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A DIY Graphic Bulletin Board via RUE Daily

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Heat Notice Board via IKEA Hackers

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A fresh arrangement of them hanging on a wall over a desk as spotted on From Scandinavia With Love.

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DIY Painted Cork Board with a vibrant tribal paint job as seen on Devon's Wedding Blog.

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"Monogrammed" art for a wall or a shelf spotted on Studio 5.

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IKEA Hack: Fabric Covered Cork Board Tutorial seen on Sew Much Sunshine.

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Modern Hand Painted Trivets on Inner Child Fun.

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DIY Ombre Cork Boards via Artsy Fartsy Mama.

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Painted Doily Cork Board found on The Graphics Fairy.

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An old fave, Painted Embroidery Hoop Cork Boards, first seen on MAKE: Zine.

(Image credits: Bettina Johnson for Oh Everything Handmade (cropped for size); Sweet Peas and Saffron; RUE Daily; IKEA Hackers (edited) ; From Scandinavia with Love; Devon's Wedding Blog; Studio 5; Sew Much Sunshine; Inner Child Fun; Artsy Fartsy Mama; The Graphic Fairies; Make: Zine)

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Adrienne photographs beautiful homes in and around her home base of Austin, Texas. She's a contributor to UPPERCASE Magazine and spends all her free time exploring small town Texas. She watches a lot of Star Trek.