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Wine Cork Kits: An Old Favorite Expands

Thursday, October 15th, 2009 at 4:17:44 PM
by Erika S., Wine Enthusiast Companies

After offering wine accessories to customers for over 30 years here at Wine Enthusiast, we’ve seen many things come in and out of popularity. But one product whose excitement has never waned is our fun cork kit.

Wine Cork KitAmongst all the innovative new products that our team has developed, there is no replacement for the joy of collecting corks and compiling memories into something useful. For years we’ve offered the original Wine Cork Board Kit and received rave reviews. “Great for a Wall Decoration“, “a great gift for anyone“, and “a cute addition to a wine-themed kitchen” are just a few of the positive comments we’ve received.

Then we decided that corks made a great accent to tabletop service and we created the Wine Cork Trivet Kit.  People love protecting their kitchen table from hot pots while artfully displaying corks from their favorite wines. “Love it love it love it, such fun!” Said one customer, while another uses it “at dinner almost every night.” It seemed like people could not get enough of these cork kits!

Lazy Susan Cork KitTo satisfy all of the excitement, this year we welcome new cork kit creations in all shapes and sizes, like the  Wine Cork  Lazy Susan, Wine Barrel Hoop Cork Kit, Oval Wine Cork Trivet Kit, Round Wine Cork Board Kit , little Wine Cork Coasters and more!

No matter the type you select, we’ll supply the hardwood frame, some sandpaper for any rough edges, instructions and we even offer extra recycled corks if you need help filling the space.

If you already own a wine cork kit and need some design ideas, consult our Cork Patterns, which provides beautiful demonstrations to get you started.

What do you do with old corks? Have you tried our cork kits?

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6 Responses to “Wine Cork Kits: An Old Favorite Expands”

  1. Cute, but these seem to be a bit overpriced…..maybe a by a bunch!

    Try going to an art supply store (bring a cork or two with you for measurement purposes) and look at various styles and shapes of frames that might work to accomplish the same end results.

  2. What is the best glue to use?

  3. In no particular order: hot-melt, epoxy, wood glue, leathercraft or Elmer’s Ultimate. Interesting examples & steps at, if you really want to see how-to’s and applications.

  4. I visited for ideas, as suggested, but got nowhere with it. I recently bought 5 kits and need pattern ideas. Thanks!

  5. I went to the website and didn’t get pattern ideas.

  6. Hi Cynthia- This link shows many different pattern ideas. You may need to wait a few minutes for it to load but it should work. Try again?

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