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It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find:
Today: Embroidered cork pieces. A tutorial by Maya Kuzman — here, on the Etsy Blog — provides tips for stitching without breaking the cork, and includes information on stitching together pieces to wear as jewelry.
I like the idea of making some for decorative purposes — maybe placing them in a small bowl on a table. Other ideas for uses: magnets could be glued on to several embroidered pieces, or you could attach pieces to the ends of ceiling fan pull chains or window blinds’ cords. What would you do with them?
For earlier finds, check out Unconsumption’s “wine o’clock” series of posts here.
(spotted on CRAFT’s Craftzine blog)