20 Wine Inspired Projects

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I love wine…maybe a little too much.  Not like that…stop judging!

I am a white wine kind of girl and my husband enjoys red wine, but what I love the most, is making things out of my leftover wine corks and wine bottles.

What wines do you love?  Italian wines, Australian wines, California wines?

I have been saving wine corks and bottles for years in anticipation of maybe doing something with them one day.  I even have a few friends from local restaurants saving their corks for me.  I have many plans for them.  I think my husband is afraid I am going to start covering the walls with them.

Wait…now that may be pretty cool…maybe a wine cork backsplash???

Today, I want to share some of my wine inspired projects and some of my favorite wine related projects from around the web…

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One of my favorite projects ever is my Old Window Turned Wine Cork Board.

I mean, isn’t this so much more fun that a plain old store bought cork board?

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Boxwood Wreath With Wine Cork Monogram

Super easy, and that wine cork monogram keeps moving around my house!

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Wine Bottle Dishsoap Dispenser

Wanna make dishwashing just a little more fun?

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 Chalk Painted Wine Bottle Vases

Ha…don’t say I’m not patriotic!

Now let’s take a look at some of the coolest wine inpired projects from around the web…

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Wine Tasting Party by DIY Inspired

Never lose track of which glass of wine is yours again!

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Wine Bottles to Water Carafes by The V Spot 

I am totally doing this for our next party…to clever!

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DIY Boxed Wine Holder by One Project Closer

My friend, Kim has been dying for one of these to hide the ugly box of wine on her counter.

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Wine Cork Lamp by Madigan Made

I am definitely going to keep my eyes peeled for a lamp to do this to!

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Painted Wine Bottles and More from Debbiedoo’s 

Now isn’t that the prettiest wine bottle you’ve ever seen?

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Wine Glass Klings from Just Paint It

Every football fan is going to need to make these…Go Bengals?  Kidding, Colleen…kidding!

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Adult Valentine from C.R.A.F.T.

Now this is my kind of Valentine’s Day gift!

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 Handmade Wine Glass Charms from How to Nest for Less

Jewelry for my wine glass?  Yes, please!!!

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Wine Cork Artwork by The V Spot

I’m so doing this for my kitchen!

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Wine Box Dog Toy Box or Bed by Condo Blues

This is too cool…my dog’s toys could totally use a place like this to call home.

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How to Glitter Wine Goblets by Just Paint It

Be still my glitter loving heart!

Aren’t these amazing?

Here are some wine projects centered around the holidays…

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Wine Cork Christmas Tree from Sweet C’s Designs

Merry Christmas, indeed.

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Wine Cork Place Card Holders from Our Southern Home

I am copying these to use at every holiday dinner from here on out.

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Let It Snow Wine Bottles Centerpiece by Chase The Star

Chalkboard paint + wine bottles = total cuteness!

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Pumpkin Wine Stem Name Tags by SMC by Design

Love these pumpkin tags!

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My The Notebook Inspired Valentine’s Mantel with Dressed Up Wine Bottles

So, what do you think?  Aren’t these some of the coolest ideas ever???

Are you inspired to start saving up your wine bottles and corks to use for some projects around your house?

Come on, it’ll be fun, or at the very least, an excuse to enjoy a nice bottle of wine.

By the way?  What is your favorite wine?

I love Chardonnay!

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  1. says

    Wow, great roundup Jessica! That wine cork Christmas tree is ADORABLE! I’ll have to remember that for next year!! And thanks for including my wine charms ;)


  2. says

    I actually like beer more…and I wonder why I am getting a belly LOL. I do like a nice glass of wine too though. Thanks for inlcuding me in this fantastic round up.


  3. says

    Going with a nice red… yep that will do! I will take a beer too..double fist- ya know– keepin’ it classy. ;) Love this roundup!


  4. says

    I love this round up Jess! Nothing better than enjoying a glass of wine knowing you are going to repurpose the bottle and cork! ha!!!


  5. says

    Thanks so much for including my chalkboard paint wine bottle project! I love the cork bottle lamp, and you know I love your mantel!
    Barbara at Chase the Star


  6. says

    SUCH a fun post! I am a pinot grigio girl and now, I’ve got a few projects in mind for my corks!


  7. says

    I need to get going on my wine drinking so I can make a few of these!!! Pinning!


  8. says

    Great round up, I better get to drinking haha!


  9. says

    I love that chalkboard framed in corks! I’m getting thirsty just thinking about it!


  10. says

    YAY!!!!! We’re both doing round-ups today!!! High five, sista! However, I must say, I heart yours a lot because of the fact that you have TWENTY things made from wine stuff. I kinda think we should be bffs. Oh, and also, there are about 20 projects up there that I want to recreate! Pinning this NOW! xo


  11. Cheryl says

    Perfect cork window idea. I’m currently redoing my office – didn’t think about replacing the ugly bulletin board until now. I have the perfect salvaged basement window to use. Lord knows I have plenty of corks – especially since I make my own wine. Free fruit is my friend.


  12. says

    There are some really great ideas in this roundup! Thanks so much for sharing!


  13. says

    Being an Aussie, I’m biased when I say Australian wines. I love Brown Brothers wines, especially their Cienna and Moscato. If you can get your hands on the Cienna give it a go it will become a favourite


  14. says

    A great collection of really good ideas! I love cabernet sauvignon and fume’ blanc (mostly in the summer). I made a bunch of very cool key chains using a tutorial from Artsy Vava.


  15. says

    I pinned this post because I somehow end up with many empty wine bottles and corks. I’m not sure HOW that happens but it does :)


  16. says

    I have been wondering what to do with all the wine corks I’ve saved. Now I have something to do with them! I’m going to be looking for and old window…Great ideas!


  17. says

    Very pretty ideas for wine corks! I am particularly drawn to the bulletin board using the old window–how clever!


  18. Cynthia says

    Wow! Great ideas for the corks and bottles. I’ve been saving them for years now, and keep kidding my husband that we have enough to make that boat I’d love to have – LOL! But really, I think the chalkboard with the cork surround is fabulous. Also fabulous is that wine box box. We’re red wine lovers and have actually dedicated an area of our home to storing our wine collection, so we’re moderately serious. In fact, it’s my dream to open a wine shop someday. Gosh, but I love all of these ideas you’ve found. Cheers!


  19. says

    LOVE this round up :) Thanks for including C.R.A.F.T.!!


  20. says

    Wow! What an awesome post! I’ve been saving corks for years as well! Now I need to start saving bottles! So excited that you used my wine cork place card holder idea!!! Thanks bunches!!! Cheers!


  21. says

    Wow! What an awesome post! I’ve been saving corks for years as well! Now I need to start saving bottles! So excited that you used my wine cork place card holder idea!!! Thanks bunches!!! Cheers!

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