Here are Fine Dining Lovers we rejoice every time we come across an idea for reusing wine corks. Given the amount of wine foodies consume, it's a great idea to find additional purposes for them.
Aside from turning corks into mini refrigerator planters, you could use them as stamps. Since natural corks are porous, their shape can be manipulated easily and they are also able to absorb ink. All you need to get started are some craft scissors, soy-based ink and paper for testing your new stamps.
We stumbled across this genius idea at Inhabitat, a publication dedicated to sustainable design and innovation. You'll find the step-by-step instructions on their website along with helpful pictures. Although this is a great craft for kids, it makes an excellent gift for any foodie.
Try it and let us know how you made out in the comments below. Happy crafting!
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