If a glass of wine is your perfect ending to day, chances are you’ve got a decent amount of wine corks hanging around. From wreaths to ornaments to magnets, wine corks make great material for Christmas Crafts! Check out this list list of wine cork Christmas crafts!
Wine Cork Christmas Crafts: Snowman Ornaments
Don’t have a collection of wine corks handy? No worries! You can grab a set of 50 here. Once you’ve got your wine corks, all you need is some paint, permanent markers, twigs, and string. Begin by painting the corks white. When the paint has dried, use the permanent markers to draw faces and buttons. Finish up by placing twigs for arms, hair, or feet. Then tie a length of string to your snowman and your ornament is done!
Wine Cork Christmas Crafts: Christmas Trees
Instead of just one Christmas tree in the living, spread the love around the house with these tiny wine cork Christmas trees. Decorate the bottoms of the corks with glitter, buttons, ribbon, and fabric. Then stack them in a pyramid, glue them together, and wrap the whole thing in some festive ribbon. As a bonus, you can attach magnets to the back of these trees for a fun way to decorate your fridge for the season!
Wine Cork Christmas Craft: Reindeer
Using only a few simple items, you can create these darling wine cork reindeer! If you cant find twigs for the legs, neck, and antlers, then try replacing them with brown pipe cleaners. Then add a red button or bead for the nose and paint eyes (or use googly ones!). All that’s left is to add a darling bow using a small length of ribbon and you’ve got one darling reindeer on your hands.
Wine Cork Christmas Craft: Wreath
Create a unique and fun wreath made entirely of wine corks. Begin by gluing the corks to a foam wreath base until you’ve covered the visible base. Then accessorize with a few well placed pine cones or holly sprigs and finalize with a festive bow!
Wine Cork Christmas Crafts: Wine Cork Snowflakes
Put all your wine corks to good use by creating darling snowflakes! Start by placing them in a snowflake configuration and gluing them in place. Before you finish, you can give them a dusting of fake snow or glittery spray paint. Or you can leave them all natural for a more rustic look. Then you can hang them from the window, on the tree, or even make them into magnets! While you’re in the Christmas spirit, learn how to make scented pinecones for Christmas! Happy Crafting!