Winecork Wall

RoxVee
by RoxVee
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My DIY winecork wall.
Great memories and easy too!
Step 1:


I measured and cut a natural fabric using flooring adhesive to my cupboard. Why did I use fabric? 1) hoping for a better hold. 2) if we ever sell our home and the buyers want new cupboards, I'm pulling these.


Step 2:


Starting in the top corner, I hot glued the corks to my fabric covered wall.


Step 3:


Working in small sections, arrange corks on the wall prior to gluing as corks come in many different sizes.


Step 4:


Sometimes cutting a cork is necessary for a good fit. Working in Champaign corks require patience and look great.


Step 5:


For some this may be step #1.


I left room while working for a frame made of quarter round to follow.
Smooth quarter round frame
Champagne & cut corks puzzle
Suggested materials:
  • Natural woven fabric with a tighter and cleaner look than burlap   (Thrift store)
  • Wine and champagne corks   (Once friends & family heard of my project the corks came pouring in.)
  • Hi-temp glue gun and sticks   (Walmart)
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  • RoxVee RoxVee on Dec 27, 2016
    Thank you. If anyone pins a note to my wall I'll get grumpy :p We also made synthetic wine corks drink coasters leftover from a friend's wedding. We gave the coasters to them as gifts. I have a "quick & easy : how to make wine corks drink coasters" YouTube tutorial.

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