Make a Trivet From Tile and Wine Corks

Go to Home Depot or Lowe's ceramic tile department. Choose a tile that is one color, but has a design in it. Take 6 corks, cut them in half as evenly as possible. Glue them to the underside of the tile.

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Turn over and paint the tile, following the design, using ceramic tile paint, available at Michael's. Let dry and you have a trivet for the table. Fun for all ages!

By Marthann from Natick, MA

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August 4, 20150 found this helpful

This sounds perfect, for use of all the left over tiles from projects in the house. Would also be nice to see several pictures of finished craft.

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