Wine corks of similar widths make great coasters for wine glasses. All you do is bind the corks together in a square shape.
Instead of floating tea lights on water or rocks, fill up a container with corks.
Some hot glue and a utility knife combine to make a spongy, absorbent bath mat that lasts a long time.
Use different shades of corks to differentiate among areas on wall art. You can make faces, a sun, star-shaped patterns, a large heart or even a wine bottle pouring into a wine glass.
Glue corks to a wooden frame for a fancy take on a rustic photo frame.
Tissue Box Holder
Whether it’s cubical or rectangular, leave an opening on the top and a wide space on the bottom to make a tissue box holder from several dozen corks.
Place a traditional dart board in the middle, but surround it on all sides for several feet across with corks to protect the wall behind the dart board for those occasional misses.
A tisket, a tasket, you made a cork basket.
Surround a mirror with corks for a border that matches wooden accents in the room.
Combine corks with shells in a circular pattern for a beautiful seashell wreath. If you love the sea and you love wine, this is your craft project for an afternoon!