This SATUR-DIY’s inspiration came from another blog, A Beautiful Mess.
I started this wine corkboard awhile ago, and shared how on Cori’s Corner (also now on Paper & Skyscrapers). At the time, I didn’t have enough wine corks to complete the project. I went home over the holidays, and my mom had saved all of her red wine corks! After a couple months of saving corks, plus using my mom’s corks, I finally had enough corks to finish it!
- Wine corks
I wanted to use wine corks from wine that I, or my parents, had drank. If you don't want to do that, you can always order wine corks online
- 12x12 Shadow Box
- Hot glue gun & sticks
- Decide how you want your cork board to look. Do you like the red side of the cork, or do you predominately have white wine corks? Do you want a pattern or design, or do you like a random effect? I knew I wanted both white and red wine corks to be featured, but I didn't have the patience to measure out a pattern. I also love the random effect on this. I wasn't initially planning on an ombre effect, but I loved that it turned out that way.
- Remove the glass from your shadow box.
- Hot glue your corks to your shadow box, as if you were putting them in your shadow box.
- Nail to wall and start pinning things to your board!