DIY wine cork heart
Wine lovers, DIY peeps and all you romantics I have a fun project for you today. You will either need to have a wine drinking habit, throw a big party or collect corks for no reason for years and years like I do.
Start off by tracing a heart on some heavy weight card-stock . If you are going to be placing the heart in a frame, make sure the paper is cut to the correct size.
Grab all of your corks and start hot gluing.
When I was all done with the shape of the heart I stuck the glue gun in-between many of the corks and added more glue to the sides so they would be secure.
Painted just the tops with various shades of pink and red that I mixed.
I placed it in a old frame I painted awhile back and hung it in the kitchen.
I like being able to see the sides of the corks, some bring back fabulous memories.
It has a happy home on our pantry door next to the Cabbages and Roses apron I had made last year around this time.
Super fun and easy, hope you will give it a try!
Thanks so much for stopping in today, hope you have a fabulous week!
Oh this is so PRETTY!! Hopefully your boys don’t own a bow & arrow set.. They may shoot an arrow right through it 🙂 It is so perfectly SWEET!! I am looking forward to see what you come up with for the party.. We need to have a craft date night or day : )
Kristin- That is really, really cute. I love how you shaded the colors from dark to light-Great job- xo Diana
What a fabulous idea! I love wine corks and still have a couple of hundred, I want to do this!!! Thanks for the idea and have a great evening.
Super cute. And I have enough corks in my stash to make a chain of them. Oh wait, maybe I shouldn’t admit that. 🙂
What a super cute idea. Now I wish I hadn’t thrown away all of those corks that I was collecting and didn’t know what to do with.
I love that heart! What a great idea. It looks so pretty next to your lovely apron. A touch of romance in your kitchen!
Just pinned this…what an adorable idea!
I obviously need to drink more wine. This is so stinkin cute! You collect wine corks? Is there a story behind that…? 🙂
What a nice idea!! 🙂
Have a beautiful day..
How cute how cute how cute!! You know I love cork projects – and have 75,000 saved up too. Thanks for sharing this fun idea Kristin!
that is fun:)
also LOVE the apron!
enjoy your weekend..xo
And, after Valentine’s Day, just add a few colorful board tacs and use this as a message board!
Such a cute idea for all those wine corks! Thanks for sharing.
This wreath is amazing! So creative! New follower!
Super cute! Love how you used the ombre effect. Cutest cork project ever 🙂 Super sweet Kristin!!
This is so cute, I may develop a wine drinking habit just so I can make one! 🙂
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I. Love. This. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
I just did a similar one! Yours turned out so cute! I love holiday crafts that don’t cost you any money!
Girl… you have a very bad case of the smarts! Love it!
This is so cute! I do have a few, ahem, wine corks lying around and this would be a great craft for them.
I heart wine and this heart!
I have a bag full of wine corks and I want to make this. This why crafts support my drinking habit…LOL
Hey! Who drank all the wine, that’s what I want to know!
Very cute, cheers!
Super cute! I love that you painted the corks in various shades of pink and red.
I just happen to have a collection of corks…
Love it! Perfect for Valentine’s Day! Pinned!!!
This is gorgeous!
Very cute! I love the 3D effect. Better start drinking some more wine : )
I love everything about this idea! The frame is so nice and using different shades of pink and red is really beautiful!!
Thank you Katrin
I really love this idea! What a great wine cork repurpose and painting them in Ombre, is perfection!
Thank you so much Marie!
Kristin, I’m featuring your awesome wine cork heart at the DIY Sunday Showcase Party this weekend.
You are so sweet, thank you!
Super cute! I’ve been saving wine corks for a project like this.
Well this seems like a craft even I can do! Love it! Thanks for stopping by and sharing on the #HomeMattersParty
Thank you Jeanne!
This wine cork heart is adorable. Thanks so much for sharing how to make it…now we need to drink some more wine LOL.
You are so creative! I’d better start collecting corks first. Or where can i buy it?