Confession: I have about 500 wine corks that I’ve saved over the years. What does that mean? Well, I am always looking for new wine cork projects to do so when Evite and Cavit Wines reached out with this wine cork DIY, I knew I had to share it with you!
Time: 15 minutes for 5 charms Level of Difficulty: Medium
Fine-point permanent marker
Brass beading hoops or wine glass charms wire (available at craft stores or online)
Directions: Step 1: Cut cork into thin circular slices.
Step 2: Using a stencil and marker, write numbers on the cork slices.
This simple project was inspired by a way to solve my own problem (protect my sunglasses when I throw them in my purse or beach bag) but turned into a pretty fun gift idea. Make these painted canvas bags and give them to your sunglass-wearing gals pals.
I love the idea of creating little thoughtful surprises to brighten up the everyday. These little tissue wrappers add a bright pop of color and playfulness to any small treat you can wrap up. And, you have all the supplies needed to make these now, I guarantee it.
Curious how to make flower headbands? This project was SUPER simple. My daughter Taylor and I whipped this flower headband up in about 10 minutes flat.
Supplies you will need:
Small faux flowers, 1 yard of lace, scissors, glue gun + glue stick.
I love sending (and receiving snail mail). Do you? I have a big stash of blank cards and envelopes that I like to decorate, doodle on, and stamp for the occasion. I’m sure you find yourself sending birthday wishes, just because notes, or thank you cards often. Why not add a little creative touch to your notes?
SUPPLIES: Colorful envelopes, a pencil, and ink pads in a variety of colors
MAKE: Make perfectly round dots by stamping a clean pencil eraser into the ink of your choice and then firmly pressing onto the envelope liner. Let dry before closing.