Wine Cork Mat

July 19, 2018 - Comment

Wine corks can be turned to many good uses. One of these uses is to turn them into a texturally and visually interesting cork mat. You’ll Need: 150 to 200 wine corks Glue Non-adhesive plastic shelf liner or shower mat Sharp knife Cutting board 3-4 hours of free time Fantasy Related posts: No related posts.

Wine corks can be turned to many good uses. One of these uses is to turn them into a texturally and visually interesting cork mat.

You’ll Need:
150 to 200 wine corks
Glue
Non-adhesive plastic shelf liner or shower mat
Sharp knife
Cutting board
3-4 hours of free time
Fantasy

Comments

Rhonda F says:

You make cutting those corks in half look so easy! I have tried knife after knife and it is so difficult! Do you have a suggestion on what type of knife to buy for this?

Mariana Bulavchuk says:

Thank you for your question. I used an ordinary sharp kitchen knife. Cut on a solid surface. Maybe the whole thing in cork? My were dry because they laid for several years. Try again. Just caution – do not cut your fingers! It’s not a big deal if the halves of the cork are not equal. By the way, my rugs are fit into the interior of the corridor and quite practical. Good luck! 🙂

Elena Semyonova says:

where did u get so many wine corks?

Mariana Bulavchuk says:

I collected corks for several years. Friends also helped me. You can buy them on the Internet.

Chunky Nerdet says:

Elena Semyonova if you have a high end food place are a bar/wine by you you can ask them to save them for you. I work at a fine dinning restaurant and I get them from there.

Elena Semyonova says:

Thank you, Chunky. I’ll try, I’ll do!

pihen says:

I have more lol .. I save them from all the wine I drink, .. over two years now ..I keep them all becaue I would also like to make something out of them

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