Personalized Letter “R” Metal Wall Wine Cork Holder – Monogram Wall Art

September 4, 2014 - Comment

Metal Monogram Wine Cork Holder makes a great accent piece empty or when filled with your own wine corks. When you’re done with a bottle, save the cork and place it in this letter-shaped frame. Start from the bottom and work your way up to the top. Use a dot of glue on each cork

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Metal Monogram Wine Cork Holder makes a great accent piece empty or when filled with your own wine corks. When you’re done with a bottle, save the cork and place it in this letter-shaped frame. Start from the bottom and work your way up to the top. Use a dot of glue on each cork for extra security. Ready to hang. 12″ high, each. Widths range from 7-3/4″ to 15-3/8″.
Home decor for wine enthusiasts
Create your own special piece over time
Details: Metal 12″ high 7-15″ wide, varying by letter

Product Features

  • Provides a unique decoration for any room
  • Perfect gift for weddings and house warmings
  • Ideal for wine enthusiasts
  • Allows for creating your own special piece over time
  • Ready to hang, no assembly required

Comments

S. E. says:

Great gift for a wine lover! 0

Renee N. Jones "Nee" says:

Cautiously Optimistic I love looking at all of the DIY crafts for wine corks, but since I am not crafty myself I thought this would be a similar but not-as-difficult project for me to take on. I don’t have quite enough corks to fill the whole thing at the moment, but here are my initial impressions:+ The letter I received was a bit warped, especially at the inside of the R, and on the tallest straight edge. I am hoping that this was due to the cold (it was delivered on a snowy day), and that I will be able to straighten it out as I use it. It is not a big enough problem for me to return it, but if you’re looking for a super-precise shape then this may or may not be it (maybe you will have more luck).+ While the pictures of the other letters show corks standing up (that is, the smallest side of the cork facing out from the wall), I like seeing the labels that are usually printed on the side. The dimensions don’t quite work for this – it is a bit too deep, and not quite the right length…

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