6 Creative Wine Bottle Corks from Reddish that Inspire Craft Ideas

recycling used bottle corks for crafts

Six inspiring designs made from used wine bottle corks

Six creative wine bottle corks from the design studio Reddish show how to recycle corks for table decorations and inspire fun craft ideas. Cute designs made from wine bottle corks spice up dining and wine tasting, and add charming handmade decorations to the dinner table.

The Corkers collection includes small parts that combined with bottle corks create miniature animals, perfect party table decorations. The wine bottle corks are designed in collaboration between designer Oded Friedland and Reddish Studio‭.

‬Miniature party animals spark up dinner table decor, add more fun to wine tasting and make the best out of used wine bottle corks‭, recycling them into attractive table decorations. Six ‭ ‬designs‭ include ‬Monkey‭, ‬Deer‭, ‬Buffalo‭, ‬Bear‭, ‬Bunny‭ and ‬Crow, but you can use your imagination and create many other humorous characters.

Creative craft ideas for recycling wine bottle corks

Recycling wine bottle corks for miniature table decorations
Miniature animals, handmade party table decorations

You can use paper, cardboard, thin wire or craft clay for designing small parts that transform used wine bottle corks into handmade table decorations that add character to your dinner table decor and encourage your guests be creative.

Unusual, easy to make crafts and interactions make a dinner or a wine tasting party more interesting and unforgettable. A friendly competition of craft ideas is a great way to surprise your guest and allow them to demonstrate their creativity and a sense of humor.

Corkers collection adds more fun to party table decor

Dimensions: 11 x 6 x 1 cm, available from Reddish, www.reddishstudio.com/

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  by Ena Russ   
  last updated: 18.01.2013