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Wine Cork Jewelry Holder

Wine Cork Jewelry Holder
Wine Cork Jewelry Holder
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Use recycled wine corks to create your own stylish jewelry holder. Cork craft ideas are a great way to help the earth and cut down on trash. This Wine Cork Jewelry Holder is so easy to make but looks super chic and stylish. With some hot glue and acrylic paint, you can transform your wine corks into a practical jewelry holder. This is a great way to organize bracelets and necklaces and cut down on clutter. By hanging longer chains from the cork, you can cut down on the occurrence of tangles and knots.

Primary Technique: Painting

Easy

Materials:

  • Green acrylic paint
  • Brown acrylic paint
  • Foam brushes
  • Old cork
  • Hot glue gun
  • Thin piece of wood

 

Instructions:

  1. Paint the piece of wood with brown acrylic paint.
     
  2. Paint 6 corks with green acrylic paint.
     
  3. Hot glue each piece of cork to the wood.
     
  4. Let dry.

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Such a practical and clever idea to use up those corks! I could see extending this idea into another project by bundling several corks together and using a stronger attachment and bigger wood piece, you could create a hanging towel rack! Or extend this further, and it could be used in the kitchen to hang spoons, aprons, light pans....or,in the workshop to hang scissors or cording, etc. for crafts! Super...thanks for sharing!

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