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Heat resistant pot handle
Wine corks make excellent handles for pots, teapots and other kitchen utensils. Adjust the cork to size and insert into the eye of the pen. Now don’t get burned.
Having fastened the corks with hot glue, we get a convenient, reliable and budgetary hot stand for a frying pan or pot.
Frog for bags
Take the cork and cut it to the middle with a sharp knife, or better with a blade. Clamp-cork is ready.
Cork in a knitted case can become a favorite toy for a pet. It is pleasant to drive, gnaw, sharpen claws about her.
Rug in the bathroom or hallway
Wood is an eco-friendly and stylish material that fits perfectly into the interior of an apartment or house. By cutting the corks lengthwise and sticking them on a rubberized base, you will get a strong eco-mat.
It is easy to make a candle out of cork, and more than one. Arrange the corks in the jar loosely, leaving 5 cm on top (the corks swell as they increase in size). Fill with alcohol and leave to soak for a few days. The set of candles is ready.
A keychain is a beautiful and useful little thing with which you can find the keys in your bag and distinguish your bunch from someone else’s. Screw a self-tapping screw with a ring into the end of the cork. Attach a bunch of keys to the ring. Ready!
A wine cork and a screw are all you need to fix the problem of a broken handle. And by replacing all the handles with corks, you will add a special charm to the apartment with little money.
By gluing or screwing corks to the photo frame, you will get a convenient organizer for jewelry – earrings, chains, bracelets.
Stand for photographs and reproductions
By cutting off the cork on one side and making a longitudinal cut on top, we get a convenient and inexpensive photo stand.