Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Fall Wreath

What can one do with so many corks......

a ....WREATH!
1 flat hardboard large wreath (or whatever size you like - mine was purchased at Michaels)
40 wine corks (you may need more or less depending on the size wreath)
Hot glue gun
Sharp knife
Cutting mat

1. Cut each cork into 7 thin discs and set aside

2. Glue the cork pieces to the wreath frame with your hot glue gun in a pattern making sure to cover as much as the frame as possible and add another layer on top of the first one to cover the gaps.


It took me only one hour to make from start to finish.  Add bows or other wine or fall related items if you prefer a more fancy look. I just like my wreaths simple.

You can hang it on your front door for fall or above a wine cabinet or bar the rest of the year.

So...start saving those corks right away and let me know what you think.

No comments:

Post a Comment