|Wine cork pumpkins are a perfect little addition to your autumn/harvest decor|
|Leaves, and corks, and glue guns, oh my!|
|If you love wine and crafts, this wine cork pumpkin is right up your alley!|
5 corks in a row
I picked out an array of corks with different colors. She had some stamp pads in plum and orange colors to help "enhance" any of the corks that needed an extra splash of a harvest color tint of our choosing. I lined up my first row of five and simply started using a line of hot glue to connect the corks to each other.
|I tried to pick a good mix of reds, purples, natural, and then one "enhanced orange" using the stamp pad|
|Mixing up the colors a bit so it makes a random pattern of different fall shades|
|When gluing between two corks I ran two lines of hot glue, one on each cork below for better adhesion|
|I love how the different shades are working out here, some light, some dark, some purple, some orange|
|Almost done with our cork pumpkin!|
|It's turned out very cute!|
|Wine cork pumpkins could become all the rage|
|The finished wine cork pumpkin!|
|So adorable! I love the yellow leaf here it looks very real, plus her stem has a top that looks great|
|Wine cork pumpkins in their natural habitat....|
I put mine right on the entry table as soon as I got home, and it fit right it.
|Wine cork pumpkins rock.|
So get some friends together, drink copious amounts of wine (or start saving up your corks from now on) and do a little craft project together. Bringing the world closer one craft at a time!
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