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Wine Enthusiast DIY Wine Cork Board Frame Kit
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- MAHOGANY WOOD - Decorative and beautiful, the DIY Wine Cork Board Frame Kit by Wine Enthusiast features a stunning wood finish that complements any home or office decor.
- DIY WINE CORKBOARD - Create your own bulletin board out of used wine corks. A great way to recycle and preserve corks from your favorite vintage wines.
- PERSONALIZE YOUR CORKBOARD - Half the fun is in deciding how to artfully arrange your corks to get the custom cork board of your dreams. Hang it up to display photos or even use it as a decorative tray to display
- IDEAL GIFT FOR ANY WINE LOVER - Makes a great personalized gift for your favorite wine aficionado. You can either fill it in for them or let them have the fun of collecting their own corks.
- SPECS - Includes one (1) hardwood frame and instruction. Does not include the wine corks (requires an average of 256 corks) the frame measures 22"L x 22"W
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Create your own bulletin board out of used wine corks! Decorative and beautiful, the DIY Wine Cork Board Frame Kit by Wine Enthusiast features a stunning wood finish that complements any home or office decor.
Includes one (1) hardwood frame and instruction. Does not include the wine corks (requires an average of 256 corks) the frame measures 22"L x 22"W
Recycle and preserve corks from your favorite vintage wines.
Half the fun is in deciding how to artfully arrange your corks to get the custom corkboard of your dreams.
Personalized gift for your favorite wine aficionado.
You can either fill it in for them or let them have the fun of collecting their own corks. Let them display photos or even use it as a decorative tray to display.
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UPDATE: with pictures...
well, after taking my time and really choosing and laying out each cork...this is the result...enjoy..I sure did and I have a lot of compliments..
I like doing this so much, I have extra corks laying around so I'm ordering another cork board and doing it again...
However, the "kit" was just a wooden frame with a piece of paper that had badly-formatted, un-edited text that explained which adhesive to buy, and very briefly went over how to pattern your corks.
That's no kit! It should have had everything I needed but for the corks - glue, sandpaper, saw, etc like it recommends in the instructions. Going to gather all the other things I need to finish this project will take me another hour or so, which is a huge blocker to me finishing the project.
I think the frame looks great, but the title is misleading. I would have probably given this 4 or even 5 stars if it were called "Wine Enthusiast Wine Cork Board Frame" instead - but I expected something different than I got and so I deducted 1+ star for that.
Be sure to have at least 290 corks in order to fill the full frame. I would highly recommend using a hot glue gun for the best results.
I used wood glue and my board has been hanging on the wall for several months and no corks have fallen out or been dislodged. I think hot glue would not be a good choice for this. Also, after I was finished and the glue was completely dry, I sprayed the entire surface with a few coats of clear polyurethane to keep the corks from getting dirty.
It does take a lot of corks -- I think I used about 300 by the time I was finished. In order to have a nice selection, I had friend and family save corks, plus I asked in restaurants and wineries for used corks. It's getting harder to find cork corks- many are now plastic.
This was a great project. I think I might order the trivit kit next as it doesn't take so many corks.