Friday, February 13, 2009

happy <3 day

Hope everyone has a love-filled long weekend.

Drink some wine. And then save your corks so you can make neat tonally ordered sculptures on Sunday afternoons.







What about a cork bulletin board with the pretty pink parts facing out? I have a few more corks to work with.

16 comments:

Vancouver Bride said...

This is just so lovely - thank you for sharing! Happy Friday!

NotQuiteaBride said...

that is awesome. You are the queen of craftiness.

beautifuliving said...

I'm not into wine but you make me want to start drinking a lot of it so I can do this.

CHIC Sensibility... said...

Cute idea. I love it. Now if only I can pop enough wine and champagne, he he. Happy love day.
Stay chic!

sarahkeith said...

Oooh, I love that cork heart! Beautiful.

Baby Claire said...

this is awesome. i have about a billion wine corks too.... i'm considering copying the heart idea but just sticking it into a wall.

love love love. thanks for the inspiration!

Jennifer said...

another use for all those corks is a trivet. my wine loving, cork collecting parents made each of their 4 children a mahogany/cork trivet for x-mas one year and i use mine all the time!

btw, totally love your blog... just spent the last two work days trolling through the entire thing from start to finish. as a fellow graphic designer/former solana beach resident/DIY loving person your blog is an inspiration!

Ashley L. said...

OH! I love these pictures! So cute!

Lychee said...

Such a wonderful idea! The color of each cork is so lovely and unique. I may have to borrow this great idea.

Mrs. Buck said...

We just started saving our corks...and I wasnt sure exactly what I wanted to do with them...but you've given me the inspiration I need. Let the collecting continue!

Kim B. said...

These are fabulous! My husband is a sommelier . . .well, to tell the whole story, he's an Italian sommelier whom I met in an Italian winebar here in Paris the second day I moved to town!!!

So needless to say, corks are important to us, and I definitely have cork boards made with memorable corks.

But I looooove love love the idea of inverting them - the heart with its stained corks is just so simple and elegant.

This is an idea to keep up my sleeve! Thanks!

(Found you through Jenna Hein's blog, which I found through Style Me Pretty).

Courtney said...

I just adore this idea. I saw it on Vancouver Bride and came here to see more. I'm glad I did: you have a lovely blog!

fleurfatale said...

Oh, this is beautiful, from now on, I am collecting corks too!!!! thanks for sharing!

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Kyle Lynn said...

I love this and want to use this heart cork concept and put it in a shadow box as a wedding present.... any suggestions on how to keep the corks in place? I am in the brainstorming phase.... thanks for sharing.

Jenny Lee Photography said...

Love the heart corks. Wonderful idea. Thanks for sharing. Very creative.