Crafts : 20 creative ways to reuse corks

20 creative ways to reuse corks

Collect corks to decorate and organize the house

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If you do not drink wine, ask your family and friends to give you their corks. You will see that many people around you keep the corks for one reason or another, but they do not use them and they will give them to you!

You can then make wonderful projects with this strong material, you can easily paint it, or stick it.

Follow the tips below for cutting cork.

They will help you a lot, because cork is much harder to cut than you think.

Here are 20 creative ways to reuse corks:

1) Create the words of your choice with hot glue. The wines will even add some color under the corks.

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2) Drill them with a thin drill bit to make key-rings that will float in the water! Convenient for a boat key!

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3) Glued on a non-slip mat from Ikea, they will give a spa look to your bathroom.

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4) Glue them on glass pebbles to make place cards.

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5) In a deep frame, you can make a bulletin board. This is a great idea!

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6) Succulent plants don't need to much soil to grow. Make some flower pots.

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7) With hot glue, make mats of different sizes!

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8) A glass and bottle holder!

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9) All guests must sign a cork, and then place it in the beautiful bird cage.

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10) They are all stuck on a styrofoam ball.

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11) Very useful to make a jewelry holder.

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12) As they are easy to paint, we can make beautiful decorations with various colors.

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13) Or wreaths for the holiday season.

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14) It's a great idea to get them and make garden markers !

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15) All those who do not have space for a big Christmas tree will be able to make one for the table.

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16) Decorate your candle holders.

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17) Soak them in boiling water for a few hours, so they will be easier to cut. Then use wire to make napkin rings.

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18) Cut them and make Christmas decorations for the Christmas tree.

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19) Cut shapes with a utility knife (X-Acto knife) to make stamps.

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20) And finally, soak them in boiling water for a few hours so they will be easier to cut, and then make nice Christmas ornaments for the Christmas tree.

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