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Cork Christmas Tree

Putting together this Cork Christmas Tree is really easy. You simply glue the corks all around the cone, using the E6000 glue and rubber bands to hold them in place while they dry. The final step is to make bows using the three different ribbons, glue them on in whatever arrangement you like; holding them in place using the straight pins. You’ve got yourself a Cork Christmas Tree.




  • Craft cone
  • wine corks
  • E6000 glue
  • rubber bands
  • straight pins
  • Ribbon: XD14, XD44, XD45


Blog post by: Peggy Cain

  1. Carol Ann Ater

    Cute cute super cute! Thanks for sharing, Peggy. We have friends who would love making this – me too.

  2. Sue McRae

    What a fun way to use corks!

  3. Kristie Maynard

    What a cute tree! Very creative!

  4. Christine Dring

    Love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

  5. jean marmo

    I need to start saving corks!!!!! How cool!

  6. Charlene

    Super cute idea. I was saving my corks for a trivet but I think I may have to try this one.

  7. Jingle

    This is so cute! I had planned on doing a wine cork pumpkin and never got to it, so I might have to do a tree!

  8. Andrea Miller

    This is awesome Peggy. Love the simplicity and originality of it!!!


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