Vintage Trophy Wine Stoppers Shannon Vance, of Stash Style, shares how she and Robin Sweeney created them. First, use a drill to make a 1/8-inch-wide hole halfway down into a new cork ($3.99 for 30; winemakingsuperstore.com). Next, twist off the top of a vintage trophy (typically a few bucks each at thrift shops and garage sales). Apply superglue to the underside of the trophy top's base
Vintage Trophy Wine Stoppers
Used these aprons to make curtains - my kitchen, my daughter's kitchen, a friend's craft room. Love them!!! Pier One.
art print by Katherine Quin
flower cubes-that extra touch when having guests--easy as can be but will make them feel like they are special. Be sure and chose flowers carefully. Google them first for safety and pick before they have ever been sprayed or saturated with miracle grow. Precious touch and will use the next time my wonderful sister Resa visits.!