Recycled Wine Cork Bulletin Board

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January 11, 2011

Ever wondered what to do with all those wine corks that you have been saving for some reason? Well here is the answer to that problem: make a recycled cork-board.

Approximate Time: 1hr + depending on size



A recycled cork cork-board is easy to make, useful, and decorative.

  1. Buy plywood in the size that you want your finished product to be.

  2. Attach picture framing hooks and wire to the back. Doing so after you glue on the corks could ruin your project.
  3. Lay plywood face up with hooks on the bottom. Spread wood glue onto the the plywood and glue corks down covering the entire surface.
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  5. Let project dry by following the directions on the back of the glue bottle, usually 24 hours minimum.
  6. Hang and enjoy!

Remember to use wood glue because it works the very best. I have tried this with Gorilla glue and it did not work very well.

By Grace from Seattle, WA

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November 30, 2016

This is a page about making a cork bulletin strip. If you have a drawer filled with saved corks or know a friend that drinks wine, use the corks to make a bulletin board strip for your home.

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