Reusing materials in crafts is a great way to recycle and help the environment and it’s also the perfect way to get nearly free craft supplies. If you like to sip wine while you craft, do not let those bottles and corks go to waste! Upcycle them in one of these 14 DIY Wine Cork Crafts.
How do I get wine corks for crafting?
If you are regular wine drinkers, it may not take too long to gather up a nice collection of corks. You can also ask friends and family members to save their corks or join a crafting group that trades materials. If you are really resourceful and live near a winery or tasting room, they may be able to provide you with more used wine corks than you could ever imagine. Let’s check out some ways to use them.
We love how colorful and happy these simple wine cork coasters turned out. And no need for wine charms as the different coaster colors also help to identify who the drink belongs to.
I am sure you’ve seen these cute little cork planters around. They are so cute filled with succulents! I fell in love with them as soon as I saw them and knew I had to make some.
These adorable wine cork gnome ornaments are fun, quick, and easy craft. Join Sarah with Ruffles and Rain Boots as she shares this on-trend holiday craft. They would be super cute for Christmas or even Halloween DIY crafts and decor!
It doesn’t get any more patriotic than the American flag, and this wine cork upcycle craft is not only too stinkin cute, but easy to make, and easy on the environment! An eco-friendly US flag made of cork isn’t just for July 4th – it’s adorable decor to hang up all year!
Wine Cork Board (from Amber Oliver)
I’m always looking for new ways to help with organization and this wine cork board is a super cute way to display your reminders, lists, notes, etc. Plus, new bulletin boards and cork boards can be expensive! Repurpose those wine corks into a useful tool as well as budget-friendly decor for your home office.
This is a pretty easy, yet clever and useful way to repurpose all those wine corks you have been saving. These DIY cork snowflake ornaments can be glittered any color to match your holiday decor! My kids would have fun making this snowflake ornament, but I might just have to enjoy the fun by myself.
A wine cork bath mat is an earthy and rustic addition to any bathroom. It’s a great way to create something functional out of used wine corks. Plus it makes for great conversation when you have guests over!
Create a simple yet elegant wine cork Heart decor that is perfect for Valentine’s Day, as a wedding or party centerpiece, or even hung on the wall. It’s perfect anytime you want a touch of elegance or romance. (BONUS IDEA: Save corks from a wedding or from your first year of marriage to make this!)
Use up those wine corks by creating this cute utensil holder for your kitchen. Great for a homemade gift idea, or keep it for yourself.
Add a touch of class to any room in your home with a monogrammed cork wall art. This would also make a lovely wedding gift.
Do you have a plain wall and don’t know what to do with it? Want to add a fun D.I.Y. (Do-it-Yourself) project to your house? Wanna add a backsplash in your kitchen, but don’t want to spend tons of money on it? Try this!! It might be the “biggest” of our wine cork crafts, but it’s worth the effort!
Do you have a stash of wine corks? Then you have what you need to make this DIY Wine Cork Board. Perfect for notes, a calendar, or your favorite family photos.
I love the texture and rustic, yet sophisticated look of these wine cork Christmas trees. You can make them as either table or mantle decorations or as Christmas tree ornaments. You can also vary the size of the trees by using more or fewer wine corks.
Don’t you just love this one? We wanted to make a free-standing star that could sit on top of the fireplace mantle. The intention was for Christmas decor but it turns out, that the star looks great year-round!
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