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Mini Wine Cork Bulletin Board

Lisa Fulmer
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February 15, 2016

recycled wine cork note board

Since I made this mini wine cork bulletin board, I must confess...I do enjoy drinking wine and I save all my wine corks. And yet another confession...in spite of so many handy apps and online calendars, I still use my refrigerator for filing and reminders. I needed to designate a small space on the side for the more important items to stand out from all the rest, so this is what I came up with. Supplies:

  • Joy embroidered letters
  • Wine corks
  • Heavy cardstock
  • Acrylic paint
  • Heavy duty craft glue
  • Cork die-cut placard
  • Glitter tape
  • Metal embellishments
  • Adhesive-backed magnet sheet
  • Scissors, paper trimmer

1.  If desired, dab the ends of the corks in paint to color and set aside to dry.

paint ends of recycled wine corks

2.  Glue the corks side by side to a strip of sturdy cardstock. Place a heavy book on top while the glue dries.

glue wine corks to cardboard

3.  Cut a header card from sturdy cardstock and glue a die-cut cork placard at the top. Trim the edges with glitter tape.

wine cork note board backer

4.  Glue the Joy letters on the cork die-cut to spell "notes" or "memo" or your name. Embellish with metal charms as desired.

5.  Trim and glue the strip of wine corks to the header card and place a heavy book on top while the glue dries.

6.  Trim and adhere a magnet sheet to cover most of the back of your mini wine cork bulletin board.

mini wine cork bulletin board lisa fulmer

One comment on “Mini Wine Cork Bulletin Board”

  1. This is adorable! I collect wine corks too and have no clue why, so I will give this a try and make a small dent in the cork stash

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