Succulent Wine Cork Magnets


Around Christmas I fall in love with wine cork crafts because they are some of the easiest and most fun DIY projects out there.
You can check out my little Christmas trees projects.
I love the versatility of craft ideas that wine corks have inspired. That's the reason I did this project too. Ever since a saw this idea a know a had to do it some day.
Wine cork crafts are the proof never to throw anything just yet, you never know where you can use it.
I'm sure you've seen this succulent wine cork magnets project somewhere before, so I'm just giving you my version.
You can watch video tutorial here.
You will need some wine corks.
Auger or some another drilling tools.
Drill the hole in wine cork.
Glue magnet.
Fill the hole with soil.
Plant succulents.

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Have a question about this project?

3 of 4 questions
  • Linda Howarth
    on Jan 13, 2017

    Where do you find such tiny plants? Or are they cut off a larger succulent?

    • Peggy Comer
      on Jan 23, 2017

      How long will you be able to keep them.. won't they outgrow the corks quickly?

  • Sheryl Gilliland
    on Jan 14, 2017

    How do you keep them small? Don't they get leggy?

    • Sheryl Gilliland
      on Jan 31, 2017

      Thank you, Lisa. my cactus fairy garden gets one more chance. Then it goes to airplants.

  • Sharon
    on Jan 24, 2017

    My daughter says that succulents cannot be just planted like this and take root. I know jade plants can, are there other kinds that you don't have to go through the long process of rooting?

    • Sharon
      on Dec 28, 2019

      Why not just use Air Plants? No soil no need for hole. Just occasional mist.👌

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  • J Jo
    on Jan 16, 2017

    Beautiful, Do'able, Gift-Worthy, Unique...... what home wouldn't be eager to welcome these tiny charmers! Very Nice!

  • Abo12723494
    on Jan 31, 2017

    I will certainly try this. Darling idea.

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