Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Wine Cork Decor


A picture in the September issue of Better Homes & Gardens caught my eye.  That will  be quick, easy  an uncomplicated  for the Copycat Challenge, I thought, except  that I don’t own a dark gold tablecloth or have a navy blue wall.



Never mind.  Improvise.


 Variation #1


 Variation #2


Better Homes & Gardens

It’s all about having fun!

Until next time, Honey

Hoping you will join us for Potpourri Friday!


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42 comments:

  1. I love this idea! I have seen a few of these kinds of things on Pinterest too. Wouldn't they look fabulous at a wine & cheese party!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  2. I really like this look. I save wine corks and this would be great at one of my wine tasting parties! Good job! I like variation #2 best.

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  3. I like yours better...and it is all about having fun! I love it when I find ideas that I can do!

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  4. To think I have been throwing away all my corks...Not anymore...thanks for showing us what has caught your eye..
    Enjoy time...

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  5. Very elegant! Thanks for sharing this idea...it looks easy but I would have never thought of it.

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  6. I like yours better and that was my thought before I read the comment above. Great idea.

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  7. The same photo caught my eye! I scurried to Home goods, bought a vessel and filled it up for my last Dinner party! A big hit!

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  8. This is a great idea. We have a few extra corks around here.... :D

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  9. I love this! Yours looks fantastic. I have all those elements too, I just may copy the copy sometime! Thanks for joining me. Enjoy!~

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  10. Looks good...I haven't seen that one before! May have to copy cat the copy cat?!?

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  11. Take a bow!! I like your's better than the magazine! What a great idea and since I don't drink anything but wine, I have lots of corks! Great job, love it.

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  12. Susan, What an awesome idea! I may just have to copy cat from you! I have wine corks just laying around doing nothing in my craft room!

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  13. Honey your a good copy cat! I like your version so much better, especially #1 I love that tablecloth. Martina

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  14. This is such a cool and simple way to display corks! Thanks for the idea that I missed in BH&G!

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  15. Thank you for giving me this idea...I have all the supplies and ready to copy!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  16. I love this...really a great idea! You can buy these corks at Walmart, that's where I got mine! Thanks for this great idea!

    Rondell

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  17. So simple, and yet it has a quirky elegance to it.

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  18. You did a fabulous job! I am gong to have to try that one! Thanks so much for your sweet comments and for entering my Annie Sloan giveaway! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

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  19. That came out really good. I love the simplicity. I'd better get started with the wine so I can collect some corks....lol....

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  20. You did a great job !! Looks beautiful as a centerpiece. I love wine corks and enjoy placing them in apothecary jars, etc. You get an A+ for your challenge!

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  21. What a grand idea. Love corks and started a collection now to!
    Veronica

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  22. I love decorating with wine corks..you did a great copycat. Did you already have your container?
    Great Job.

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  23. Hi Honey...

    What a great idea...I love it! I think your variation is just perfect and would make a lovely table centerpiece...or in a vignette! Both tablecloths are beautiful but the dark blue really take my eye. I don't you just love wine corks? I actually used them in a bit of my autumn decor this year. Thanks for sharing this lovely cork/candle centerpiece with us!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari

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  24. Love this idea, I tried it last year with acorns but that is pretty seasonal. The corks would last all year! Awesome.

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  25. This is a very cute project, too bad we're not really wine drinkers and only have a few corks.
    XXX Ido

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  26. What a great way to repurpose all of those wine corks. I actually like your version better!
    Marianne :)

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  27. What a great way to repurpose all of those wine corks. I actually like your version better!
    Marianne :)

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  28. What a fun idea, I have not seen this before..I guess I better get busy drinking lots of bottles of wine so I can save the corks..LOL
    (I like wine)
    I have enjoyed my visit today and have become your newest follower.
    Thank you for visiting me at Home is Where the Heart is.
    Have a sweet day, Elizabeth

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  29. It's prettier than the magazine! Love this idea!
    Debbie

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  30. SO cute! I have a tall cloche filled with wine corks. They look so pretty in glass don't they? Candles make it even better!

    Nancy

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  31. Ooooh, great idea. I'm getting out my trifle bowl. I already have tons of corks.Thanks for the idea.
    Babs

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  32. wow, I think yours looks so much better!!

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  33. Isn't it amazing how the simplest of things can be brought together and turned into something fabulous?

    I have wine corks and a trifle dish and a candle. Guess what I'm putting together today? :) Thanks for the inspiration!

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  34. Hi lovely lady.
    I love your ceterpiece with all the corks in the big trifle bowl !!! This was a great Idea sweet lady. I hope you have a great day.
    XXOO Diane

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  35. Looks like I will be borrowing corks from my sister, as I can't drink wine.....
    Hugs,
    Ellen

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  36. I have been saving my corks for a while now and haven't had enough to do a project...but this I love...guess I'm gonna have to start "wine-ing" a little more. Thanks for sharing such a cute project!

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  37. I love this! A very good use for a seldom-used trifle dish.

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  38. Now I have an idea for my wine corks!

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  39. This looks so great -- I love it!
    Jenny
    www.simcoestreet.blogspot.com

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