Unique wine cork craft ideas include a framed bulletin board or jewelry holder, a succulent planter and decorative signs. Craft stores often sell wine corks for projects if wine corks from actual bottles of wine aren't a... More »

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Wall holders are useful to hang keys, jewelry, clothes, musical instruments and bags on the wall. People also use them to mount televisions, gadgets or fans. Moreover, they can hold candles, toothbrushes, books, vases an... More »

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Tabletop holders display cards, menus, seat numbers or names, brochures, and other decorative and informational items. A holder may anchor the tablecloth while it cradles a candle or a single flower. Tabletop holders ran... More »

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Two craft ideas for wine corks are to use them to make a necklace or a set of personalized stamps. Both of these crafts require a few tools, some extra materials and a little bit of extra time. More »

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Some ways to use leftover wine corks include making craft items such wreaths and corkboards, or cutting them into smaller pieces for a placemat. Wine cork is versatile, easy to work with, and is usable in its natural sta... More »

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One idea for a craft fair booth display is to show how the product works, from book ends to wine cork removers, according to RenegadeCraft.com. For instance, use a pair of craft bookends to hold up some prop books on the... More »

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There are a number of ways to make a wine cork trivet, such as gluing the corks to a surface or each other; or connecting them using wire or thread. Whatever technique you select for making a wine cork trivet, the first ... More »

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