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10 Wine Cork Ideas

I don’t drink wine, but I love these 10 wine cork ideas! Save those corks and make awesome projects with them! From home decor to organization projects, you will be amazed at these Wine Cork Projects!! (You can even get corks from restaurants and craft stores.)

Check out these 10 great ideas after the break!


  • Wine Cork Candle Holder 1 of 10
    Wine Cork Candle Holder
    Add some beautiful detail and a rustic air to your illumination with this great idea.
    Learn how at Two Twenty-One
  • Cork Trivet 2 of 10
    Cork Trivet
    A trip to the hardware store and a bunch of corks yields these useful and upcycled trivets.
    Learn how at Whole Living
  • Cork Bath Mat 3 of 10
    Cork Bath Mat
    Add an organic and warm touch to your bath.
    Learn how at Storage and Glee
  • Cork Chandelier 4 of 10
    Cork Chandelier
    Make this striking chandelier -- it's a strong statement and amazing conversation piece.
    Learn how at Brompton Design District
  • Cork Balls 5 of 10
    Cork Balls
    Balls of twigs are one thing -- but make them of corks and you've got something you don't see everywhere.
    Learn how at Unleshing My Creativity
  • Door Cork Board 6 of 10
    Door Cork Board
    Not just a cork board, but a board made of corks!
    Learn how at home MADE
  • Cork Place Cards 7 of 10
    Cork Place Cards
    Hold your place (cards) with this great idea.
    Learn how at Bridal Book
  • Cork Backsplash 8 of 10
    Cork Backsplash
    Add texture, interest with this amazing cork backsplash.
    Learn how at Houzz
  • Cork Garden Markers 9 of 10
    Cork Garden Markers
    Mark your garden with this cute idea.
    Learn how at Shine Your Light
  • Silhouette Cork Jewelry Holder 10 of 10
    Silhouette Cork Jewelry Holder
    Organize your jewelry with this great project.
    Learn how at Hand Make My Day

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