Oh look…another reason to drink wine!
This has to be one of the easiest DIYs ever. I always keep our leftover wine corks just in case I think of some brilliant idea to reuse them. During my usual weekly stroll through the local craft supply store, I saw a set of magnetic strips and realized I could attach them to the wine corks that have taken up residency in my kitchen. My husband and I always complain that we don’t ever have any magnets for the fridge, but neither of us wanted to do anything about it either. I found our answer. This easy DIY turned out to be a really practical way to use the corks!
DIY Wine Cork Magnets
industrial strength glue
magnetic tape… or whatever magnets you find at the craft supply; these were great since I could cut them down to size
*Make sure the corks are clean and dry
*Work over a protected surface; I like doing this over wax paper to prevent a mess
*Cut the magnetic tape into small pieces; about a half inch
*Place a small amount of glue onto one of the magnetic pieces that are cut
*Place it onto the cork
*I used two of these per cork
*Place the magnet side down on the wax paper and allow to dry completely
*Once dry you can place them on the fridge!