6 x cool things you can do with the corks from wine bottles

4. Stamps

Keep your children occupied for hours by making fun stamps out of corks! Carefully cut out a shape at the end of a cork and you’re done. Get some paint, dip the cork in it and go nuts!


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DIY Stamps! I always seem to have corks 😁 so I thought I’d try making easy stamps. I already had some foam sheets from dollar tree so I cut up a few shapes and glued them on. It worked! Kept him busy for awhile after nap time earlier. Gonna keep saving up more corks for more shapes and maybe letters & numbers. #corkart #corkpainting #diystamps #corkstamps #paintingideas #kidpainting #kidcrafts #activityideas #activities #toddlerideas #toddleractivities #preschoolathome #preschoolhomeschool #homeschoollife #homeschoolmom #homeschool #momlife #momofboys #momofpreschoolers #artsandcrafts #paintingart #craftotd #craftingfun #funart #homeschooljourney #welovehomeschooling #learnbyplay #playingislearning #playingisimportant #kidartwork

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5. Cork board

You can also fashion a nice cork board from a couple of corks. Add a little paint and it looks amazing! Take a look at the video below to find out how to make a cork board.


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Cute pinboard made of cork 🎀 How do you like this diy? 💫 Credit: @carodiy

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6. Christmas decorations

You can very easily make a cute Christmas decoration in the shape of a tree out of a couple of corks. Paint the ends of the cork red, green or white and then stick all of the painted corks together like in the picture below. It’ll look so cute during the holidays!

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