16 Wine Cork Crafts You’ll Actually Use
From artsy to practical, we’ve gathered some amazing wine cork crafts. We love the colors in the wine cork bulletin board. It may take me a bit to collect enough corks, though.
Artistic & Functional
Make some wine cork coasters to sit your wine glasses on. It’s just the right thing to do.
A wine cork bulletin board would make a great gift!
Make some chalkboard and wine cork place cards. You can reuse them again and again when hosting dinners!
This trivet gets a lot of use in our household, and makes me smile every time I lay eyes on it. Keep your eyes open when thrifting for wooden cigar boxes, shadow box type frames, or serving trays – you can easily glue corks into the center – and have your very own handy trivet for hot dishes.
Now that we have this new mini-gallery display, the kids cannot wait until Friday to change out their pieces. It is hung low, so they have the ability to change out the art as often as they see fit.
Cork Garland - It doesn’t get much more festive than this! To make, simply drill a hole through your cork, and use a tapestry needle and yarn to join your strand. Wooden beads add an optional pop of color. Drape the garland around your Christmas tree or hang it from the ceiling above your bar.
Put the wine corks inside a frame, add some hooks, and you’ve got yourself a cool jewelry organizer!
Make a wine cork tray to use at parties and get-togethers.
How about a wine cork trivet that your pots and pans cool on?
Use wine corks as a vase filler.
Add some flair to your decor with a wine cork monogram.
If you have hundreds of wine corks saved, try your hand at this wine cork bath mat.
Add wine corks knobs to your drawers for a rustic look.
Need an extra keychain or two? These wine cork keychains are great for taking to the pool, because if you accidentally drop them in the water, they’ll float.
Or make a wine cork vase instead.
Make a tic tac toe game for the kiddos. How cute is that? Here are even more wine cork crafts for kids.