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coasters from corks and old picture frames. I need to try this!

OK, I love this idea DIY - Coasters from wine corks and old picture frames. This is a set of 4 coasters, 4 x 3 including the black, ceramic frame and thick. The cork area is x and the corks are about 1 cm higher than the frame.

Wine cork coasters

Step You’ll need wine corks, hot glue gun, a ribbon of your choice. Step Organize your wine corks into a square. Step Glue the corks together. Step Glue ribbon around the coaster for an.

Wine Cork Coasters

Cork Coasters: Great for glasses OR Wine Bottles Cut the corks into shorter sizes using a sharp kitchen knife. Then glue corks in a circular shape. Finish with a ribbon and hot glue the bottom of the coaster to cork shelf paper.

Cork ideas, I need to make this one!! d-i-y

DIY wine cork trivets are a fun (and functional) way to use leftover corks! home-decor-crafts

Wine Cork Christmas Ornaments by sillyme2

Wine Cork Christmas Ornaments Okay, these aren't really diy crafty items because the clever people at Wine Cork Rehab offer them for sale, but they were just too neat not to pin. :-) this would be a really cute idea for key chains

It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find:     Save corks and use them as handles for hors d’oeuvre/food spreaders. (Via Yarni Gras!, which provides brief how-to DIY steps.)    For other wine-related Unconsumption posts, scroll through the “wine o’clock” series here.

15 Ways to Repurpose Wine Corks

Upgrade old cheese knives with new wine cork handles. We all have them, old chipped or just, duh, cheese knives. Heres the DIY AND you get a cheese ball recipe to try them out!