How It Works

So, you're interested in attending one of our fun, creative classes, but aren't sure exactly how it works? The following items should address everything you wanted to know and if you don't find what you're looking for, then check out our FAQ's or contact us by email with your question.

1.) Classes held at Cork & Board require a reservation to be completed on-line by choosing a class from the Calendar or from Upcoming Classes. Your reservation will be completed once you select your sign design and complete the payment process. Your design choice and personalized info, if required, need to be submitted no later than 48 hrs prior to class start time or 5 days if selecting Create a Custom Quote.

2.) Most signs in the gallery are not intended to be customized beyond your paint/stain choices, unless you are prompted to complete the personalized info field. However, adding a name, phrase or minor changes may be made with the approval of Cork & Board at no additional charge. 

3.) Due to the nature of our instructor led classes, it is imperative to arrive on-time. Upon arrival, grab an apron and a complimentary wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverage and locate your seat. If you arrive more than 15 minutes late to your class, we reserve the right to reschedule you and or your group. (A rescheduling fee of $10/person may apply)

4.) Classes are led by an instructor who will guide you through the entire process offering tips and advice while assistants are ready to help and answer your questions along the way.

 

 

Check out the pictures below to see the steps from beginning to end. Click on an image to enlarge.


Step 1: Distressing the wood

Step 2: Stain or paint the wood

Step 3: Assemble your sign

Step 4: Preparing the stencil

Step 5: Applying the stencil

Step 6: Painting over the stencil

Step 7: The big reveal (removing the stencil)
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