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Wine Cork Place Card Holders

These wine cork place cards are simply too darling.

By: Jane Monzures for
Wine Cork Place Card Holders
Wine Cork Place Card Holders
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There's no better way to decorate a table than with wine themed place cards! This video tutorial shows you how to turn corks into place cards for weddings and more. If the bride-to-be has a lifetime supply of wine corks she's stored up, it would be wonderful to use them for wedding decor! These wine cork place cards could also be used for any dinner occasion, like Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, or a bridal shower. They're super easy to make, adorably rustic, and a fabulous addition to any table.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Corks
  • Hot glue
  • Twine
  • Embellishments
  • Name tags


  1. Lay out the corks, using five corks in each place holder. Glue three side-to-side for the back, and two side-to-side for the front.

  2. Glue the front and back corks together, applying the glue toward the bottom of the corks. This allows the place card to slide in to the gap up top.

  3. Tip: if you're using these for a wedding or a shower, you can get an assembly line going to make the process faster.

  4. Tie twine around the cork cluster, making a little bow in the middle. Cut off any excess.

  5. Add an embellishment to the center with hot glue. You can use little seashells for example.

  6. Last, slide in a paper nametag.

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Brilliant! Wine cork crafts are always so clever


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