I have a lot of corks and will be on the look out for a frame to make one of these.Cathy
I LOVE LOVE LOVE these! I still have one my Grandfather made me :) But this one is so much prettier! I might have to do some sprucing up :)
Love it! I try to remember to save the corks, but always forget. Seeing this great project will remind me.
totally cute!!! Mica
What a fun idea, it turned out great:@)
No, I do not have wine corks. My medicine would not let me drink it. However, my son and family like it. She saves all their corks. Has them in various containers. I bought her a beautiful Christmas wreath made from the corks one year.
Cute idea and love the rooster ribbon. Thanks for joining the party.
CUTE!!!I like the red!
Me again!Thanks for stopping by my blog!I have been on yours for the last 1/2 hour!! Love all the red, that red tractor is the cutest thing ever, so making the chicken pot pie, the Barbie tree - I did one of those last year for a friend's daughter, and gurl I have REAL chickens and a Rooster! I just became a follower of your site!I would love it if you follower me too!Oh, and I lived in LA for 10 years, was there for the Northridge quake, can't believe it's been 17 years already. IN n OUT burger!!!
Thanks for the idea, we bought a boat load of corks at an auction not long ago, just might have to whip up a few of these. Thanks for stopping by my blog.
What a great project for all those corks! And I love the ribbon you chose to finish it all off!Happy REDnesday!Carol
LOVE, LOVE it! I will have to try this. Thanks for the idea!
I love it!
Your "cork" cork board turned out so nice. The red really sets everything off beautifully.Thanks for joining the party.Blessings,Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottagehttp://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/
love this idea
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