Creations, Wine Cork Heart and Giveaway Winner!

Today’s the day to announce the winner of the Winter & Spring Holiday Giveaway!  I always wish everyone could win, so I decided to choose 2 winners

spring glasses

To determine the winner, I used a random number generator, and the craziest thing happened… 2 of my very favorite bloggers, won!!

bunny stemless

Congratulations  Mary M. and Ellen!

mardi gras glasses

Now just because I couldn’t believe it, and I didn’t want you to think I picked my favorites,  AND I wanted to give someone else a chance, I decided to giveaway one more set~


Congratulations to Pamela!  I will be contacting you by email to get your address!

Ok, so if your sweet little heart is broken because you didn’t win, I am going to show you how to make a new one!

Valentine cork heart

This Valentine heart had a humble beginning as a pile of wine corks


That came together into a heart shape with the help of a little E6000


Lay it out first [see Juicy Details below] before you start gluing and make sure you don’t accidentally glue it to the table where you’re working 😱

Then you can add a little paint


Hmmmmm….some of the corks look pretty rough~


I wish I had thought to turn them all over,  showing their smoothest ends…

painted cork heart

Nothing that a little bling can’t fix!

cork heart

some red and clear glass flat sided pebbles and silver ball beads

Valentine cork heart 1

cover up all the lumps and bumps


and now you have a nice, shiny, happy Valentine heart

Painted cork heart 3

and an excuse to open more wine!

Valentine cork heart

Save those corks! 💗

Coming soon, I’m going to show you how to “fancy up” the wine bottles all those corks came from 😘

Juicy Details

You can see more painted glassware and ordering information over on my Gallery here

Make the heart by starting at the top and making 2 rows of 2, then below the top row, a row of 3 corks each, then 4 and 4 corks joined together


Continue with 1 row now, decreasing cork number until the last one, where I used a metal capped cork from a bottle of Mer Soleil Silver.  I used E6000, but a glue gun would be easier


I save old jewelry and bits and pieces, beads and bobbles, just for spur of the moment crafts like this

glass beads in vase

The flat sided glass beads, are called vase fillers in craft stores, and they come in handy for all kinds of things, like making chargers on Moroccan Fantasy here

glass & tile charger

and Summer Crafts & Beachy Accessories here

sea glass and tile accessories

Get your crafty hat on!


I will be joining the fabulous parties and blogs on my sidebar and:

Between Naps on the Porch

The Scoop

The Style Sisters

Cook Craft Love


16 Responses to “Creations, Wine Cork Heart and Giveaway Winner!”
  1. Michelle Wing says:

    Good morning Jenna! Love the idea of the heart and use of cork. I never throw away cork, save just for projects like this one!❤ good job on your glass art! Have a good day!

  2. grammygoodwill says:

    I love those glasses. Congratulations to the winners. You are so generous.

  3. Cute cork heart and great idea! Last night I was watching The Mysteries of Laura, and the main character had been put in charge of a booth at the Winter Carnival at her twin’s school. She was crafting her brains out to meet her two-day deadline (while solving a murder of course), and she came through in the end even though her showman wouldn’t stay together. But what caught my eye was her version of ring-toss — painted wine bottles!!!

  4. Lynn says:

    I’m all for any excuse to open more wine:@) Your heart turned out cute!

  5. Mary says:

    Jenna, Your Valentine’s Day wine heart is such a clever project! I have several jars of corks waiting for a fun project or inspiration *hiccup* 🙂 I love your addition of the marbles to add some bling! I’m shocked I won your giveaway but THRILLED to be a winner and look forward to a set of your festive handpainted glasses! Thanks so much ♥

  6. Love this project!

  7. Christine says:

    Jenna, very lovely heart! The beads and baubles add the perfect touch! Have a great week!!

  8. Natalie says:

    I love the idea of using corks for decoration. This heart is super cute too!
    Thank you for linking up over at the Talented Tuesday Link Party 🙂

  9. Dee says:

    This is so cute! I love how it turned out. 🙂

  10. plutrell says:

    Cute idea…thanks for sharing with the Thursday Blog Hop!

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