Make some jewelry out them or crush them up and use the corks for garden mulch.
You could make some cute floating keychains, a pinboard, coasters. I've even heard of making a door mat out of wine corks.
You could make a cork board for tacking notes, pictures, poems, to do list and more
They can make great reusable stamps for letters and crafting. Add a piece of cut out hard foam to the end. You can use whatever design you want, heart, peace symbol. Glue it to the end of the cork. Voila. A stamp. Have fun
Hi there... what about a notice board?
Lay all the corks length wise on top of a piece of hard board, glue them in, then voila... a great notice board
A cork board is always a great idea. I also saw a cute crafting idea where someone cut corks in half and glued them together in different patterns to make coasters.
Lots and lots of Australian hats as they have corks all around them
Wreaths can be nice, if you're the festive sort - or, I've tied them around candles to make them float.
Incidentally, they also make great "stampers" and "rollers" etc. for kids to play with - works for all kinds of paint. ?f you go the kids route, they're also useful in the building/furnishing of tiny houses.
You could also use them in the bottom of vases to anchor dried flowers?
They might make decent projectiles... or great cat toys.
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YOU COULD make a nice big, and intricate-BULLETIN BOARD.
OR maybe a raft for the pool.
Big drinkers need to apply...
by peepingtomb 6 years ago
Is there a practical use for my ever-growing collection of wine corks?
by Salty Tanned 8 years ago
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