Nothing goes better with the holidays than wine. But what will you do with all those left over corks? Crafts, of course!
Partnering with Wine Enthusiast, I want to make your holidays even more special this season by giving away a wine cork craft kit to one of my awesome readers. Sip away the afternoon as you create this round, cork board with mahogany wood frame.
Decorate it with corks from your favorite Oregon wineries and use the wine’s rich color tones to perk up your space. Instead of doing it all yourself this year, let me give you a hand…but don’t worry the wine drinking is still all up to you! Use this wine cork craft as either a pin board for leaving little notes (like the wine list) or as a table hot pad at your next holiday meal.
Enter to win it as a gift for your favorite wine lover…or just keep it to yourself (don’t worry I won’t tell!)
Comment below with the holiday wine cork craft you are most excited to make this season! From wine cork bath mats to place card holders and wine-centric cork boards, the DIY options are endless around the holidays when you are a wino. Also don’t forget to include your email address, so I can contact the winner!
For a bonus entry, repin the above image and include the hashtag #ORWinette&Win in the description and/or submit a link to an image of your favorite wine cork craft with your entry and I’ll include it on my Wine Crafts Pinterest board.
Also don’t forget to share this sweepstakes with your friends and fellow winos on Facebook and Twitter and make sure to check out all the other beautiful wine cork craft kits available at WineEnthusist.com!
Sweepstakes ends on November 30, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. PST. Winner will be notify via email on December 1, 2012. By entering this Promotion, you agree to the Official Rules.
9 Comments Add yours
I am thinking a cork board of jewelry holder.
i am going to make something when i get enough… corks!!
I would like to make a cork board cuff-link holder (though I have no idea if they exist)!
A cork board for over the bar to post pictures of the latest party and appetizer recipes would be a great way to enjoy corks from my favorite wines.
Do a whole bunch of corks in a jar count as a craft? I think yes.
Wine corks on a yard stick to hold Christmas cards.
The wine cork craft kit would help me learn new tricks for making other sort of cork boards from match boxes.
Definitely the wine cork/jingle bell wreath is my #1 choice. Quick, cute without being cutsey.
I would like to try to make either a lampshade, a wreath, or a bath mat. I am not very crafsty, but have many corks and would like to recycle them by making something cool.