1. Wine Cork Christmas Tree
Create your own eco-friendly cork Christmas trees! It’s super easy: you just need corks, a glue gun and a ribbon. You can even take it to the next level by painting them!
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2. Sequin Champagne Bottle
What a great way to surprise your friends during New Year’s Eve: serve them shiny champagne! To do so, simply spray some glue on the bottle, and then cover it with gold sequins. An easy task for an amazing result!
For this one, you will need quite a corks collection. Otherwise, drink up! You can purchase a giant wooden letter from arts and crafts stores, such as Hobby Lobby. Then, glue the corks so as to completely cover the letter. Job is done! You can do the same craft on multiple forms, like a heart or a star.
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4. Painted bottle as a vase
Have you been overwhelmed by tons of empty wine bottles in the kitchen waiting to be recycled? Then reuse them as a decoration by customizing them! Put them into hot water to remove the label and the glue. Then, you can paint them with Enamel paint, which you can find in a hardware store. One fun use is to turn the painted bottles into flower vases! The result is surprisingly elegant.
5. Cork Key
Nothing’s easier and the result is very cool. Plus, if you drop your key in water, it will float! All you need is a loop screw, a small key chain and a wine cork. 2 minutes and you’ll get a brand new and unique key chain!
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There you have it: 5 quick ways you can do wine recycling in a fun and entertaining way. Plus, now you have even more reasons to drink more wine. You too can be a wine artist!
Louise Veron – firstname.lastname@example.org
Marketing and Social Media Coordinator at VinoVisit.com
Originally from Bordeaux (France), I moved to the Napa Valley to work for VinoVisit.com last February. I just finished my trilingual Master’s degree in Wine Tourism and International Marketing and graduated with honors. As a real food and wine lover, I’m enjoying exploring the area and relating my discoveries from a very French point of view.