Wine Enthusiast Round Wine Cork Board Kit

September 4, 2014 - Comment

Repurpose your corks, preserve your memories. Fill this kit with keepsake corks and enjoy “memories of wines past”—along with a handy board for protecting surfaces and furnishing walls. A fun, eco-friendly way to turn your love for wine into a handsome home accent. We supply the solid mahogany frames and instructions. You supply the wine

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Repurpose your corks, preserve your memories. Fill this kit with keepsake corks and enjoy “memories of wines past”—along with a handy board for protecting surfaces and furnishing walls. A fun, eco-friendly way to turn your love for wine into a handsome home accent. We supply the solid mahogany frames and instructions. You supply the wine corks and imagination. Mahogany sourced from sustainable tree plantations. Size: 15-3/4″ Dia. Approximately 60 wine corks are required to complete this Wine Cork Round Tray. Note: Wine corks vary in size.

Product Features

  • Repurpose your corks
  • Preserve your memories
  • Fill this kit with keepsake corks and enjoy “memories of wines past”—along with a handy board for protecting surfaces and furnishing walls
  • A fun, eco-friendly way to turn your love for wine into a handsome home accent
  • Mahogany sourced from sustainable tree plantations

Comments

R. MacDonald says:

Beautiful Finished Product! I collect corks so I had plenty to use for this little project. I had actually gone out looking for a wooden piece to use but couldn’t find anything as nicely finished or grooved to accept the corks so that they sit inside the piece and lie flush with the outer border (it needs to be a tray). I am so pleased with my finished product. It sits on the round table that occupies my pub room, and it has become a real conversation piece. Everyone wants me to make them one! To respond to the reviewer who expected instructions, there are no instructions because it’s open to your own interpretation and design. Here’s what I did: To arrive at my final design, I placed my corks loosely inside the tray and when I was satisfied with the design, I took a picture of it. I then emptied the tray and proceeded to glue each cork in place according to my picture. You will need to cut some in half or shave some down to fit, and that is easily done with a sharp paring knife. If you like to make…

Tappahonanock says:

Cool idea, but you could DIY 0

E. Cash "CBA" says:

Great Gift 0

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