Crafts

Oregon Advent:
How to Create Your Own Wine Advent Calendar

Thumbnail image for Oregon Advent: <BR />How to Create Your Own Wine Advent Calendar

For this project, we chose to focus on a wine region, Oregon, but you can do anything that suits your fancy. Countries, regions, places you’ve visited, a single producer or your favorite varietal. Or mix it up! The major cost is the wine. If you are buying $10 bottles of wine, the wine cost will […]

Read the full article →

Oregon Advent:
Thank You’s and Credits

Thumbnail image for Oregon Advent:<BR />Thank You’s and Credits

The Wine Advent Calendar has been germinating in my mind every since I started Wine Harlots. Profiling a bottle of wine each day in December — super-fun, right? I want to extend gratitude to everyone in the wine world who works so tirelessly at their craft, so I may have the opportunity to taste and […]

Read the full article →

#DrunkMartha Crafts:
Japanese Furoshiki Gift Wrap for Wine Bottles

Thumbnail image for #DrunkMartha Crafts:<BR />Japanese Furoshiki Gift Wrap for Wine Bottles

Want to zhuzh-up that wine bottle that you’re giving as a gift? The stylish way is to do a Furoshiki wrap on the bottle. Wine Harlots were going to do a how-to video, but our #DrunkMartha crafting coordination skills didn’t result in a useable project — it was funny as hell,  but the Head Harlot made […]

Read the full article →

#DrunkMartha Crafts:
Santa and Reindeer Wine Bottles

Thumbnail image for #DrunkMartha Crafts: <BR />Santa and Reindeer Wine Bottles

Clearly, I need a paying job. Because with lots and lots of idle time, an ocean of wine samples and a glue gun does not bode well for humanity. (Oh, the humanity!) It’s widely known that I’m very crafty — just not very arts and crafty. Power tools, sharp objects and hot-glue paired with The […]

Read the full article →

Put a Cork in It! – Part Fifteen: Trivet. Not Trivial.

photo of a cork triviet made from recycled corks, a great cork craft art project

  Wine Harlots drink a lot of wine, and have a dilemma.  Not about the wine consumption, but what to do with all the cork closures.  Join us while we find uses for the leftover corks. What would a round-up of craft ideas for wine corks be without a trivet?  Of course, our suggestion is […]

Read the full article →

Put a Cork in It! – Part Fourteen: A Place for a Vase

a photo of a vase filled with recycled corks, a great cork craft art project

  Wine Harlots drink a lot of wine, and have a dilemma.  Not about the wine consumption, but what to do with all the cork closures.  Join us while we find uses for the leftover corks. This was sent to us by our friend Dezel at My Vine Spot.  He uses spent corks in vases […]

Read the full article →

Put a Cork in It! – Part Thirteen: Call Me Names

name place holder made with recycled corks, a great cork craft art project

Wine Harlots drink a lot of wine, and have a dilemma.  Not about the wine consumption, but what to do with all the cork closures.  Join us while we find uses for the leftover corks.  C’mon!  How cute are these place card holders?  A perfect touch for your next wine dinner.  The wine cork place […]

Read the full article →

Put a Cork in It! – Part Twelve: Have You Seen My Keys?

photo of a cork craft project made from recycled corks, a great cork craft art project

  Wine Harlots drink a lot of wine, and have a dilemma.  Not about the wine consumption, but what to do with all the cork closures.  Join us while we find uses for the leftover corks. Wine Harlots are kinda grooving on this one, CorKey, a keychain using a recycled wine cork from RePlayGround, a […]

Read the full article →

Put a Cork in It! – Part Eleven: Table It

table with recycled corks art craft project

  Wine Harlots drink a lot of wine, and have a dilemma.  Not about the wine consumption, but what to do with all the cork closures.  Join us while we find uses for the leftover corks. Here’s a great idea for an end table.  Find a beautiful planter urn, fill it with wine corks and […]

Read the full article →

Put a Cork in It! – Part Ten: Sit on It

chair made of wine corks - recycled cork art craft project

  Wine Harlots drink a lot of wine, and have a dilemma.  Not about the wine consumption, but what to do with all the cork closures.  Join us while we find uses for the leftover corks. Here’s a photo of a chair that Cal Ford saw in a walking tour in old Lyon, France in […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Read the full article →