Slice the tip and use them for food markers at a party or table assignments at a dinner party.
I decided to use wine corks to display the "food labels" for the cheese plate and appetizers at a wine tasting.
What do you need for this project??? Corks, stock paper, fancy writing skills and a knife!
Here is some info on making your own labels and utilizing those corks that are laying around. Just click here...
You likely have a pile of corks that looks something like this --- either prominently displayed or hidden in your "one day" crafting area.
Determine how many markers you need for your party, seat settings, etc. Count out that many corks and using either an exact-o knife or me because I was lazy grab your favorite chef knife and cut a slice 1/4 inch down on the tip of the corks.
Marking the markers ---
Using two coordinating cards stocks, I cut the back paper to 2"x3" rectangles and the lighter paper that will become the "label" 1.5"x2.5" rectangles
Here are the cut out rectangles
Using glue tape, glue stick... super glue (watch the fingers) adhere the small rectangle to the top of the large rectangle.
Insert the new label into the sliced area of the wine cork and you are on your way to hosting a beautiful party.
I shared this post with Scrap Scene's Whip It Monday - http://www.scrapscene.com/tag/wipmonday.htm