Visit site
  • Linda H

    Wine corks can be used as a versatile crafting material for making cork boards, ornaments, decorative displays and hot plates. The corks are simple to slice, arrange and glue in a variety of shapes. Save the wine corks from a wedding reception and make a trivet for the bride and groom. Or, purchase unused corks in bulk to make cork hot plates for...

  • James Allen

    Wine Cork Hot Plate

  • Lori Parrish

    Cork Ideas

Related Pins

Hot plate - recycled old frame left over corks, easy and useful....love this idea

Hot pot holder with wine corks - huh, a frame, a glue gun, and corks. i could totally do this.

DIY Cut wine corks in half, hot glue to magnet and now you have cute cork magnets

Another DIY wine cork project (link doesn't show you how to do it, but you cut your corks in half, hot glue them together in a honeycomb shape, then hot glue a strip of fabric or burlap around the shape to secure)

Hot pot holder with wine corks - a frame, a glue gun, and corks. Functional & Cute!

wine cork art, this is just awesome! We need one at the winery!

@Nancy Varner and @Susan Rominger-I love these for your corks, minus the magnolia. I think it could stand alone with a great ribbon hanger and simple bow.

Wine Cork Ornament by KeepTheCork on Etsy, $3.99

More wine cork ideas! DIY...these may cost $, and you'll likely spend more in wine making your own, but it will be FAR more fun than just shelling out $ for it!

Soak corks in hot water for 10 minutes before cutting them for crafts--they won't crumble