Wine Cork Crafts

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By Craft Trends Contributor, Gillian from the blog Dried Figs and Wooden Spools. Check out our Craft Trends board on Pinterest!

Don’t throw away all those wine corks after a party, hang onto them for use in future crafts! There are a ton of wine cork crafts out there, the spongy material makes it perfect for carving, cutting and trimming and their shape makes them great for filling spaces and covering forms for a great rustic/elegant look.

Wine Cork Balls - Fave Crafts

Wine Cork BallsFave Crafts

Love these fun cork balls! they would look so great grouped in a bowl or displayed in an over sized vase. They have a sort of old fashion and space aged look at the same time.

DIY Corkboard - Suze Geeks Out

DIY CorkboardSuze Geeks Out

So Smart! Corks as a cork board! It’s brilliant! And fun! And so versatile. You could use any frame to create the look, personalizing it for your specific style. So fun!

Sterling Silver Fine Wine Cork Necklace - lfailoni Etsy Shop

Fine Wine Cork Jewelrylfaloni Etsy Shop

Cork jewelry! What a fun idea! This is quite a complicated style but a simpler version could easily be made with stamped cork slices and simple jewelry hardware.

What do you do with all those corks? Send us photos of your ideas! And check out these and other ideas for cork projects on our Craft Trends Pinboard.

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About Gillian

Gillian Grimm lives in Charlottesville, Virginia where she balances writing, cooking and crafts with eight chickens, two kids, a dog, a cat and a husband. As the daughter of a Journalist, she grew up all over the United States, switching schools, towns and newspapers every few years and loved every minute of it! She now works as a freelance writer, primarily in the craft industry but with a few forays into travel writing, narrative non-fiction and educational matters. Gillian was recently published in the literary journal the “The Northville Review”. You can find more of Gillian’s work at “Dried Figs and Wooden Spools”.

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