Big wine drinker? Have old cork coasters lying about? Well, save those corks because we have found 10 more innovative ways to use them all around your house.
1. Cork Magnets
Press firmly onto the flat side. And that’s all.
2. Drawer Knobs
Gather up some champagne corks screws, and a screw driver. Hold a twist in place with a screwdriver. Do the same for all the drawers. Your new drawer knobs are ready.
You will need to gather up some potting soil, a puncher, paring knife, magnets and little succulents. Cut a hollow shape in the center of each cork. Attach magnets into every cork by pushing hard. Then fill the hollow hole with soil and place a tiny succulent inside every one. Add a few drops of water and attach the planters into a metallic surface.
4. Jewelry Frame
Looking for ways to arrange your jewelry neatly? All you need is a frame that you like. Paint it. Cut out corks in long circular sizes and fuse into the frame. If you want to personalize it some more, you can wrap the corks on your favorite fabric.
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Apply the tape to the corks and proceed to create stripes. Next, organize tiles in a pattern and then start painting. Lastly, remove the tape and there you have it.
6. Mouse pad
All you have to do is cut cork to size then bond them together on top of a piece of thick cork paper. It’s better to keep it simple but you can design any shape you desire.
7. Cork Wall
Have you been looking for ways to spice up your kitchen? All you need is a piece of wood cut to the specific size of the area you wish to cover up. Then start gluing half-cut corks onto piece of wood until every inch is covered. You can elect to either try a pattern layout or simply fasten them in a row formation. When the wood is totally covered, attach it to the wall and voila!
8. Pencil Holder
You’ll need a power drill, cork trivets, and adhesive. Stick trivets on top of one another and press firmly. Next, with your drill bit, drill holes out and fill each hole with a writing device.
You’ll require a LOT of wine and champagne corks. All you’ve got to do is simply gather all of your corks and enclose them in a breathable and durable mesh fabric.
10. Cork Stamps
Why not make cute and special stamps along with your corks? All you’ll need is a good knife, a sharpie and a whole lot of corks. Use ink and fill in your designs and voila!