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  • Mary Dunlap

    Wine bottles can be recycled, but the cork often finds its final resting place in the trash can. To make better use of these tiny stoppers, Danny Seo from the craft blog Daily Danny came up with an awesome DIY bath mat idea. All you need to create the cool mat is a whole bunch of wine corks (hit up your local bar or restaurant), a shadow box/frame and viola! — just arrange your corks vertically inside the box so they fit snug and tight, a...

  • Crazy PinWoman

    Wine Cork Bath Mat | Crafts With Wine Corks | DIY Home Decor | Craft — Country Woman Magazine *someone suggested putting a cork mat on the bottom of the box, to reduce slippage. Neat!

  • Lisa Farrar

    Wine Cork Bathmat... awesome DIY idea!

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I could do this with all the corks I've been saving! :) Maybe for gifts too!

Wine cork bath mat. one modification. Instead of using a shadow box, which I feel will deteriorate over time (depending on the box you chose), I will build my own box constructed of cedar. Other ideas...make a larger size for kitchen....or use cut branches instead of wine corks for outdoor mat.

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Repurpose an old rake into a wine glass holder! Could spray paint a cool color for a more modern vs. rustic look. what yall think about coffee cups? I am definitely making one of these!

Cool idea for home bar or party decor, or use beer caps on the end of the corks for a pop of color! This is my favorite word! CHEERS : )

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!

A bundle of branches...no instructions. Maybe make a form like a big cookie cutter. Straight cut and lightly sand ends of branches, maybe 2" in length. Use multiple size branches for variety and to fill gaps. Glue together as you squeeze into the mold. When dry, remove mold. Yeah...think that would work!