Make a Wine Cork Wreath

By: Diy maven Dec 01, 2010

Wanna 'natural' yet permanent wreath to hang on your door this holiday season? A perfect option would be to make a wine cork wreath, like the one pictured above...or perhaps one that looks like the one made in this video:   

How To Make A Cork Wreath Video Tutorial from Nikki McGonigal on Vimeo.

Looking for more seasonal DIY projects and ideas?

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Why did you show how to make a totally different one then was pictured. I don't like the one they showed how to make. Looks like a first grader made it. Ugly

Dear going crazy in VA, I have a large 18 inch wreath for sale in my etsy shop and I will gladly attach a burgundy bow to it! is my store please check it out!

I want a wine cork wreath like the top picture but am unable to find a site of how to do it or where to buy it! HELP! I want the one that has the corks going every which way w/ the burgandy bow.

I would like to know how to make the one with the ribbon. i have 150 corks is that enough and will you provide instructions? thanks! 

Thanks for the extra recommendations!

Thank Mandy!! I did leave off a few. One in particular was the Boyle interchangeable knitting needle set. I just recently bought a Bond USM (entry-level knitting machine) that gets TERRIBLE reviews along with great ones. I took the risk and decided I'd fall in the latter category. I HATED it for the first 6 or 8 hours of trying it, and then something clicked and now I'm thinking it's pretty cool. I'll probably write a review in the coming weeks.

I just stumbled on this post after seeing it linked on Etsy's Facebook page, and I immediately sent it on to a friend of mine! I browsed through some of your other Christmas-themed posts and loved some of your ideas. Your gift ideas post for crocheters, knitters and sewers immediately grabbed my eye because my mom does all three. Did you leave anything out that you wished you'd had room to post?

Great blog, I'll be following now!

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