Wine Cork Monogram

I’ve had a few readers ask me about my wine cork K, so I thought I would share.  This was one of my first crafty projects ever, so I think when I shared it over a year ago, I maybe had 8 or 10 readers.  It is honestly one of my favorite things.  I move it around all over my house.  To make your own, all you need is a wooden letter that can be bought just about anywhere now, a hot glue gun, and lots of wine corks!  Seriously, easy.  Drink some wine, glue the corks on your letter, then let dry.  Fun, right?
Right now my K is living on my Fall Mantel…I wonder where I will move her next?

Happy Fall, Y’all!



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  1. says

    I love it so much I wish I were a wine drinker – just to have the corks. :) Very cute!

  2. says

    I need one of these! Or maybe I need the wine consumption that is REQUIRED to make one of these. HA! Love it, Jessica!

  3. says

    That is adorable Jessica!~ You just are on a roll girl!

  4. says

    Super cute idea! I really like your display too. :) The urns with the pumpkins are beautiful. Megan

  5. says

    I love the idea. I’m not quite sure that an ‘S’ will work so well on standing on it’s own. I would love to do this for our house but thinking it just won’t work.

  6. says

    Love this idea! Your mantle looks so pretty and festive!

  7. says

    Very fun project…I move things around my house all the time too!

  8. says

    What a great idea for the corks I’ve been collecting! It looks awesome. Can’t wait to give it a try! Thanks for posting!

  9. says

    So cute and easy. Now I have a reason to buy and drink more wine! Thanks for the inspiration!

  10. says

    So glad you joined me. Can’t wait til our primp our pumpkins.

  11. says

    So cute! We just had a neighborhood wine crawl and that would of been very cute for some decorations. Also loving all the pumpkins that linked up. I need to go get crafty with some pumpkins.

  12. says

    How cool!! I have a ton of random corks just waiting to be used. I’m pinning this! Thanks!

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