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Finally put those corks you have collected through the years with one of these beautiful DIY home projects.
A good bottle of wine — and it's cork — should never go to waste. Here's what to do with those leftover corks you've been collecting over the years. Glamorous but unfussy, rustic but romantic and insanely easy to make? It’s official: We’re swooning over this nifty candle and wine cork combo. Find out how to create the look at Two Twenty One.
Wine corks, hearts and ombré colors make up these sweet DIY. This was one obviously made for a wedding, but you could easily customize it for your home. Find the DIY instructions at Green Wedding Shoes.
Succulents are the a major trend this year in home decor, and this DIY lets the plants liven up your fridge and other walls in your home. Get the how-to at Upcycle That.
This glorious letter wall art requires a lot of corks and an afternoon to whip up. One tip: Hit up your local wine bar or wine store if your cork collection is lacking. Find the DIY instructions at Good Better Nest.
These pint-sized, cork-topped knives make digging into a cheese ball that much more enjoyable, which is saying a lot. Learn how to make them at Yarni Gras!.
This DIY requires only three things: hot glue, a shelf liner and a ton of wine corks. Challenge accepted. Find out how to make your own at Simply Designing.
The beauty of a wine cork wreath is that it’s easy to put together, looks good as new for a zillion years (practically), and requires zero upkeep, making it the easiest decor you will have to deal with. Get the how-to for this wreath at Design Improvised.
Finally, a placemat that can handle a party foul or two. Cushy cork gives cheese plates and pretty stemware a safe place to perch while you’re busy mingling. Find the DIY instructions at Creme de la Craft.
Add a little dimension to your basic nightstand or dresser by adding corks as drawer knobs. Learn how to at Dollar Store Crafts.
Whip out some craft pant and fill in a frame with colored corks to create this beautiful piece. Find out how to make it at Simply Designing.