|This picture of myself at Pelee Island Winery on Pelee Island. I love the vino!!|
Pelee Island, Home of AMAZING SUNSETS!
Lake Erie Beach and our back yard
The cottage (back view)
The screened in porch
And the kitchen
|Don't mind the mess, a Spring Cleaning was taking place!|
A bath mat?
Monogramed Cork Board
So much to do!!
Perhaps this could be great hostess gift...?
And now for my very own cork board... drum roll please!
First, I should tell you about the cost of this project:
-Frame $1.00 from Salvation Army Thrift Store
-Corks $12.00 for 100 long corks from Big Jim's
-Spray paint - $0.00 - had on hand
-Glue gun & glue- $0.00 - had on hand
Total cost = $13.00!
You can design your cork board in any pattern you would like. I would make a few recommendations:
-Organize your corks before you begin to glue them, make sure they will fit and you like the design
-I used a glue gun, but I would recommend using something like Gorilla Glue to secure it
-If you are saving corks, I would recommend that you would need about 90 long corks to complete, so you might have to start drinking!!!
-Have fun with it!
Did you notice my Button push pins? Super easy to make! I found a couple buttons in my stash and used my glue gun to secure a tack to the back. So cute, best part - it cost me zero dollars to make!
Thanks for stopping by!