Who doesn’t love a good wine cork craft? Or maybe I should say, who doesn’t love a good excuse to open a bottle of wine?
This collection of our favourite wine cork crafts will provide you with the perfect excuse to uncork a bottle, pour a glass, and give the cork a second life in the form of an adorable ornament you can enjoy for years.
We love crafting with corks here in my daycare because corks we can use them in so many different ways at the craft table.
They’re fun to stamp with, paint and glue adhere well to them, and you create just about anything out of a cork with a little imagination and creativity.
If you have a favourite cork craft that we haven’t listed here, please let us know about it in the comments!
Wine Cork Crafts for All Ages
One wine cork gets you two of these simple cork slice snowmen. They’re super-quick and easy to make and really pretty to hang on the Christmas tree.
String a couple of these painted cork nutcrackers together and hang them on the Christmas tree.
Make a set of our cork nutcracker Christmas tree ornaments using wine corks and clothespins.
String a pair of wine cork Santas over the branch of your Christmas tree this year.
Make this menorah from painted wine corks and toothpicks so your kids will have a menorah of their own to safely “light” for Hanukkah.
Drape this wine cork snowman around the neck of a bottle of wine that you’re giving as a gift.
A Wine Cork Reindeer ornament makes a cute add on to the gift of a bottle of wine at Christmas.
These wine cork angels are easy to make and wonderful to give along with a bottle of wine at Christmas.
Wine corks and a little black paint make for some adorably quirky little crows for a halloween or fall activity.
Turn a few wine corks into turkey cork and cupcake liner decorations to display on your Thanksgiving table.
Kids can use wine corks and paint to make flowers for various spring art and crafts.
Turn a pair of wine corks into a pair of adorable owls using corks buttons and felt or fabric.
Make a set of homemade stamps for your kids with wine corks and foam shapes. Great for toddler and preschoolers to stamp and make art with and a less expensive alternative to buying store-bought stampers.
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