Make Cork Micro Planters
I'm privileged to live about an hour outside of one of the best wine regions in the country, Michigan's Leelanau and Old Mission peninsulas. Every few months we take a wine tasting tour, visiting various vineyards and usually coming home with about a case of delicious adult beverages. Being a hoarder lover of recycled crafts, this of course means that I have an ever-growing collection of wine corks! If you've been saving your corks but have no idea what to do with them, here's a clever idea you might enjoy; Kim at Crafts Unleashed used some basic wood carving tools to hollow them out and turn them into teeny-tiny planters! Put them in a dollhouse, work them into jewelry projects, or display them just about anywhere! [how to make cork micro planters]
- Corks, on hand
- Carving tools, on hand or about $3 and up
- Potting soil, on hand
- Plant cuttings, on hand
- Beads, on hand or $1
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