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Advent decorations: make poinsettias with children – mini & style
wine cork christmas crafts

Advent decorations: make poinsettias with children – mini & style wine cork christmas crafts

DIY: Make glittering poinsettias with children // Advent decorations, Christmas decorations, glitter stars, handicraft instructions wine cork christmas crafts

All of the celebration that takes place at this time of year always seems to result in an excess of leftover wine corks. Take advantage of them by turning them into fun Christmas decorations. It is high time you made something for Christmas! Making wine corks is easy, cool, and anyone can do it, including your kids. So let's look at what to do.

This wine cork Christmas tree with lights will definitely add a festive look to your home. It is particularly suitable for kitchens and wine bars. Not only do you need to allow time to create these beautiful trees, but you also need to have time to drink the wine!

This DIY wine cork Christmas tree ornament is pretty simple, but you can always add a pop of color by swapping the thread hanger for a colorful ribbon. To make the ornament even more festive, you can even use a little glue and add some shimmery glitter to get the look of freshly fallen snow on your ornament!

This freestanding star could sit on top of the fireplace. The intention was Christmas decorations, but it turns out the star will look great all year round! The finished ornament is covered with white paint, but you can also add glitter or other colors.

Here's another idea for turning extra corks into a cork Christmas tree with a string of lights. It's so easy to do and will totally impress all of your guests. The piece is quite large, luminous, and covered with a ribbon and bow.

Pour yourself a glass of Pinot Noir (except for the cork!) And plug in your hot glue gun - we have tutorials on wine cork angels and deer ornaments to help decorate your Christmas tree this year. All the tutorials are pretty simple and can be co-created with children.

These simple wine corks are the perfect vacation boat for kids of all ages, and they're very versatile! Whether it's a Christmas dinner or a cute addition to your Christmas decorations, these cute DIY trees are easy to open!

This pretty mosaic tree is made of cut wine corks attached to cardboard. Such a cute decoration can be hung on the wall or placed on a table, decorated and painted to your liking.

Reindeer help Santa Claus get into place and without them there is no Christmas! Make a cute wine cork reindeer with your kids. Decorate your cork reindeer with a pompom, beads and googly eyes and you will get cute ornaments.

A snowflake made from wine corks is a decoration that can be enjoyed at Christmas and throughout the winter season. This simple craft is inexpensive and can be made in an afternoon. They can be used as place card tags, favors, decorations or ornaments, and you can even include the kids.

If you've been collecting wine corks for a long time, you can probably make such a cute wine cork wreath for the coming holidays. All you need is a wreath shape, wine corks, glue gun, and ribbon. You can also add different types of decor to the wreath - from pompoms to glitter.

Here is a cute Christmas tree made from wine corks, a small table version. A coil can be a base for it, and wine corks of different colors will be the tree itself. Add ribbons, stars, tags, and any other decor you think is appropriate.

This wreath does not require many wine corks, is snowflake-shaped and painted blue. The process for this wreath is super easy and you don't have to raid the craft store to make one. You may already have plenty of supplies at home.

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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