This wine cork board is one of my favorite items in our home. It's made from an old piece of wood and lots of wine and champagne corks. I love the rustic look it gives our kitchen, and hopefully it will inspire you to create your own!
It's time for another Thrift Store Decor post...when I get together and share our latest thrifty finds that we transform into things to decorate our homes with! This one is super easy...so easy that I'm not even going to share a step by step tutorial. If you must have step by step, you can find them here on another wine cork project I did. All you need to create your own wine cork board is a surface to glue your corks to (it could be an old picture frame, discarded window or just a plain old piece of wood like mine), a hot glue gun and some old corks. In the other wine cork project I did, I only used wine corks. In this one, I added some champagne corks as well. You simply decide which pattern you'd like and start hot gluing your corks to your board or frame. I like to glue two corks one way, then two corks in the other direction until you cover your entire surface. If you get to a point where the corks are too long, simply cut them to size with a serated knife. I love my wine cork board...they are usually the first thing in my home that someone compliments me on. I love this one in particular, because it's filled with corks from memorable celebrations and experiences in my life. If you aren't a wine drinker, you can purchase wine corks here. (affiliate link)
If you are going to hang your cork board, simply add a picture hanger or some eye hooks and some wire to the back. Now you can pin reminders, photos, recipes or messages to your wine cork board...I bet you'll have the cutest cork board on the block!
Now, onto some more amazing thrifted projects from my talented blogging friends, The Thrift Store Decor Team! Be sure to check them out and let them know how much you love their projects!