Crafts / December 15, 2021

Wine Cork Crafts: Holiday Ornaments

Wine Cork Craft on bottle of Girl & Dragon

Happy holidays, Wine Sisters! The season of wine gifting is here and we put on our craftiest hats to bring you a DIY Wine Cork Ornament to add some festive flair to your wine presents. 

We stuck to snowflakes and trees for this wine cork craft, but feel free to stretch your creativity and come up with your own designs. From start to finish, this craft should keep you or your holiday guests busy for a couple of hours.

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Getting crafty over the holidays? Share photos of your creations with us on social media! Find us @winesisterhood (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest).  

Wine Cork Craft Supplies

Step 1: Gather Supplies

Here’s what you’ll need: 

  • 6-10 wine corks (or more!)
  • Sharp knife (we used a box cutter)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Craft glue
  • Glitter
  • Paint
  • Ribbon
  • Festive stickers/decorations
Cutting Wine Corks

Step 2: Cut Corks

We wanted to stretch our cork supply, so we cut each one into four pieces (about half-inch slices). You could also use corks whole or cut them in half, depending on the size of the ornament you’d like to make.

Glue Wine Corks

Step 3: Glue Corks into Shapes

Use your hot glue gun to create shapes with your pieces of cork. Again, we went with two simple designs: snowflake and tree. The creative possibilities here are almost endless. Other ideas you could try: snowman, candy cane, sleigh and wreath.

Add Glitter and Decorations

Step 4: Add Glitter/Paint and Decorations 

To keep the mess to a minimum, we used small paper plates to hold our different colors of glitter. Once you add glue to your ornament, simply press it into the glitter and shake off excess.

Tall Dark Stranger with Cork Ornament

Step 5: Fasten Ribbon

Finally, get your ornament ready for presenting by gluing a piece of ribbon to the back. Once dry, hang your ornament from the neck of a wine bottle as a gift or proudly place it on your tree for all to admire. 

What’s your favorite craft to make this time of year? Have another holiday cork craft you love to make? Share it with us @winesisterhood or share it in a comment below!

Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday!


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