How To Make A Cork Wreath

How To Make A Cork Wreath Video Tutorial from Nikki McGonigal on Vimeo.

This project was originally intended to be my first project for the upcoming 2010 holiday season, but I fell in love with it, and can’t wait til fall to show it off.  My wreath already has a permanent home in my living room!

I’d also love everyone’s feedback on my video.  This was my first go-around with some new software, and I’d love to know what everyone thinks!

Enjoy,

Nikki, In Stitches

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14 Responses to How To Make A Cork Wreath

  1. Annmaree says:

    OH WOW, thats very cool. love how you did the video!

  2. Bob says:

    Very cool, if you ever need bottle caps for a project just say the word.

  3. kathy says:

    VERY COOL!

  4. jana says:

    What kind of hot glue did you use for the corks? Low temp or high temp? Thanks.

    • Nikki, In Stitches says:

      Jana,
      I’m looking at the glue stick package right now, and it actually reads “Multi-Temp”, which I actually did not notice when I bought them, and probably would not have selected them for this project! 😉
      The glue gun I used was a high temp, though.
      I hope this helps!

  5. jana says:

    Thanks so much for the info… I want to make some cork coasters, but couldn’t figure out what kind of glue to use… all of the cork projects I found just said “hot glue”…

    Guess I know what I’ll be doing this weekend!

  6. kathleen says:

    AWESOME! Love the project, love the video, LOVE THE MUSIC! 🙂 Great work all around.

    kathleen

  7. Darlene says:

    I have bags and jars of corks and have been looking for a project…approx. how many corks were used?

    • Nikki, In Stitches says:

      Darlene,
      Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!
      I don’t have an exact answer to your question, other than A LOT!!!
      I’m guessing about 400!
      I know, that’s a lot. I actually had quite a collection, but had to supplement by finding some on freecycle.org. If you can’t find any there, try asking a local wine bar to save them for you!
      Good luck and send us pics of your finished wreath!
      Thanks again!
      Nikki

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  9. karen k-e says:

    Hi Nikki,
    You are great at making craft tutorials…..I really loved the way you showed us and didn’t just verbally tell us how to do this neat project. Great choice of music definitely!!
    xox DID sister,
    Karen

  10. Aunt Nina says:

    Nikki: As always you are amazing, and wonderful – its in the blood!
    xo

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