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I have been collecting wine and champagne corks for some time now. Never knew what to do with them. Now that I am moving to a brand new apt., a.k.a. clean slate.
This is a page about making a floating wine cork keyring. A wine cork floating key ring is an easy to make, inexpensive gift for the boating or fishing enthusiast on your list.
This is a page about making a wine cork reindeer. A recycled wine bottle cork is perfect for making this diminutive reindeer.
This is a page about making a wine cork self portrait. With lots of time and patience you too can create this unique self portrait. Start collecting those corks.
This is a page about making wine cork earrings. Thin slices of cork find a new purpose as part of a homemade earring project.
This is a page about making recycled wine cork bracelets. Wine corks are easily transformed into one of a kind bracelets.
Wine corks are perfect for keeping heat off furniture surfaces. This is a page about making a wine cork trivet or coaster.
This is a page about recycled wine cork bulletin board. Wine corks are fun to use in recycled crafts.
If you save corks for crafting, this might just be your next project. See how to make a bath cork boat toy on this page which includes step by step instructions and photos.
Rubber wine corks make excellent erasers. Just cut one down the center and you have two useful erasers.
Making a cork wreath is fun and uses up all those wine corks you and your friends have. I used a large wreath with greenery on it, hot glued over 300 corks and wine labels (shaped into rolls) to it.
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I have a large collection of wine corks and I'm not sure what the best way is to pierce one. I would like to be able to string 4 ft. long, vertical rows of cork, instead of gypsy beads. Also, is there some underlying process that I should know about staining wine corks?
I'm saving wine corks to make a bulletin board. Some of the ones that have been given to me are obviously cork and some of them look more like rubber. Does anyone know what these are made of? Are they processed cork, rubber, or plastic?
What can be made with wine bottle corks?
What do I do with wine bottles and corks, aside from the typical flower vase and trivet?
What can I do with wine corks?
I am interested in making wine cork crafts, either a wreath or trivet. I am looking for anything fairly simple and not too cutesy. Thanks.
Uses for wine corks?
Can wine corks be used for outdoor projects? Could you make an outdoor bar with wine corks? Will mold be an issue? Basically, are wine corks weatherproof and usable in outdoor settings.