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Wine Cork Coaster

Day two of the craft days, I made a coaster for larger cups/soup mugs using just three things.
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Total Time: 45 minutes

Yield: 1

Supplies:

Steps:

  1. I had to take the inner ring out of the hoop to best fit them in. After taking it out, I found I could get more corks inside and got 19 to fit snugly. I found that loosening the tightener and shifting them around helped to get as many in as possible. I moved the hoop into position and then I tightened it as good as I could without marring the corks.
  2. I fired up the glue gun and made sure each cork was joined to the next ones and those around it. Not only does this keep each one in place, but it gives a nice "non-skid" surface in case you use it on a slick surface. Notice in the final photo that the hoop is raised up so that the top is at about the halfway mark up the height of the corks.
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February 13, 20190 found this helpful

Hi,

I love the look of this!

---Robyn

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February 14, 20190 found this helpful

Thanks Robin. I am posting two more this week!!

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