DIY Wine Corks: 35+ Cute and Clever Cork Crafts by Melissa Averinos

By Melissa Averinos

Uncork wonderful DIY projects!

Pop open a bottle of wine! escape your glue gun! DIY Wine Corks bargains 35+ distinctive crafts of all varietals. that includes easy-to-follow directions and pointers on personalizing your layout, this e-book courses you thru each step of your wine cork undertaking, permitting you to create specified items each time. From wall artwork to jewellery to vacation decor, every one of those crafts will placed leftover wine corks to take advantage of through reworking the straightforward throwaway into beautiful creations like:

• Chalkboard menu
• unfashionable sunburst mirror
• classic cork necklace
• Owl zipper pull
• present tags

Complete with attractive full-color pictures, DIY Wine Corks encourages you to prevent and odor the rose with those artistic wine cork crafts!

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1 cm) for the eye and 23⁄4" (7 cm) for the hook. 1 cm) piece of 18-gauge round dead-soft wire into the jaws of double-barrel pliers and shape an even U around the smaller barrel (Figure 10). 2 Use round-nose pliers to form a loop on the outside edges of the U just made, completing the eye (Figure 11). 7 cm) piece of 18-gauge round dead-soft wire near the tip of round-nose pliers. Form a very tight U over the tips of the pliers (Figure 12). 4 By working the tip of the round-nose pliers around the U just made, “keyhole” the end of the hook, forming a lock (Figures 13 to 16).

Note: On the sample shown, the marks on the back/inside of the bracelet are no longer where they began. Ignore and continue with the directions (Figure 11). Figure 11 Figure 12 13 Remove the tape and create the final bead platforms, repeating Steps 4 to 7. Realign the wires and retape. 5 cm) piece of wire to wrap toward the end five times to show. 2 cm) in from the end, and working from the mark toward the center, wrap five times to show. Remember to begin and end this wrap two wires shy of the edge (Figure 12).

2 cm) and mark across the entire bracelet bundle. 2 cm) and mark. Measure the distance between the two marks just made to find the center and mark. 5 cm) to either side of the center). This side, with the marks, is now the back side of the bundle. 3 Starting at the flush end of the bracelet bundle, use flat-nose pliers and a 43⁄4" (12 cm) wrap wire to make a hook that will cover the entire width of the bundle, minus two wires. Following the directions on the chart (page 57), wrap from the first mark at the flush end and work toward the center, five times to show, trim the wrap wire two wires short of the edge.

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