Wine Cork Trivet

6:20:00 AM

Finally a use for all these corks!


Here is my copy-cat of a Pinterest idea because I thought it was such an awesome, easy idea and I needed to share.

I started with a bunch of old corks.


and an extra large pipe clamp.


I filled the circle with corks and then screwed the clamp closed really tightly around them.



It is a very cool place for a hot pot!


I saw this on Pinterest, 
 but unfortunately the link didn't work so I don't have a source.

You are going to love what I did to it next for the Fall Season!

Thanks for the inspiration!

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7 comments

  1. This is really cool! I have some in my drawer but probably need some more - yey! CHEERS!

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  2. well, isn't that clever! where'd ya get all those corks?
    I don't have a single one. lol

    gail

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  3. This is such a great idea!! Hmmm...I have a stash of cork too??

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  4. Very cool! I don't drink, so I don't have any corks...lol. I will have to chat to my acquintances. They will have to save all those corks from now on:)

    Love this!
    Sumaya

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  5. so clever.. and looks great with or without the hot pot. Now where do I get some corks??

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  6. Great idea. Good for a live plant to sit on, too.

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  7. Great idea. My SIL has been asking me what to do with all the corks she's collected. Now I can give her a useful and pretty suggestion.

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