Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor & Printable Pattern

Wine Cork Valentine Heart Deco, Paint, Glue then hang your Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor or give this festive gift of love to someone special. Printable Pattern, trishsutton.com

It is no secret that I enjoy upcycling. I love taking something that is viewed no longer useful and finding a way to recycle it. I especially like upcycling with wine corks. Interestingly enough, I do not drink wine.

That’s right. No wine for me. Fortunately, I happen to know a few wine connoisseurs who are kind enough to save their wine corks for me so that I can continue to make my wine cork creations like this Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor.

Wine Cork Valentine Heart Deco, Paint, Glue then hang your Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor or give this festive gift of love to someone special. Printable Pattern, trishsutton.com

To create a Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor you will need:
28 Wine Corks
 (approximate number)
Paint
Hot Glue Gun
Ribbon
Printable Heart Pattern 

Wine Cork Valentine Heart Deco, Paint, Glue then hang your Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor or give this festive gift of love to someone special. Printable Pattern, trishsutton.com

Begin by printing my free printable Heart Pattern. Stand Wine Corks on the paper pattern in the heart shape. The placement of the standing corks whether inside, outside or on the line could change the number of wine corks needed to create your own upcycled Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor. (I used 28 wine corks for mine.)

Paint the ends of Wine Corks the desired color, allow time for the painted ends to dry. See my Wine Cork Pumpkin Decor post for an quick and simple way to stamp/paint the ends of the wine corks.

Wine Cork Valentine Heart Deco, Paint, Glue then hang your Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor or give this festive gift of love to someone special. Printable Pattern, trishsutton.com

Glue the painted Wine Corks together; the pattern makes a great guide while gluing. I added glue and placed each wine cork on the pattern to ensure my heart still looked like a heart upon completion. 

Place a ribbon through the inside of the open heart, then hang your Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor to add a little love to your home or share a little love by giving this festive decor to someone special. 

Wine Cork Valentine Heart Deco, Paint, Glue then hang your Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor or give this festive gift of love to someone special. Printable Pattern, trishsutton.com

 

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Wine Cork Valentine Heart Deco, Paint, Glue then hang your Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor or give this festive gift of love to someone special. Printable Pattern, trishsutton.com
 

More DIY Valentine’s Day decor…
Simple 3D Valentine Canvas 
Welcome Love ~ A Valentine’s Door Wreath
Made With Love Canvas 

And more DIY Upcycled Wine Cork Creations… 
Wine Cork Necklace Organizer
Wine Cork Pumpkin Decor
Wine Cork Monogram Door Hanger

About Trish

When this sleep deprived self proclaimed tea addict is not creating messes with her five year old, Trish can often be found watching ESPN whilst debating penalties and plays with her college aged son. Along with tea, Trish could live off of licorice and popcorn. Her favorite place in the world is by her husband's side - preferably in a football stadium, at Disneyland or in San Diego.

12 thoughts on “Wine Cork Valentine Heart Decor & Printable Pattern

  1. What a great idea! This would be super cute hanging off a pantry door…..I guess I should start keeping all of my wine corks so I can make this!

    Thank you for sharing at the Wednesday Roundup! I’ve pinned and will share on fb later today! Happy Friday!

  2. What a cute idea. Went to our favorite winery and the owner gave me a bag of corks. Having so much fun doing it. I put Glitter Ice paint on top of the red to make it sparkle. Thanks

      1. Hi Mary!
        I have not had any trouble with my wine cork heart. Even after storing it in the hot garage for a year. I’m sorry to hear yours is not holding. 🙁
        Have you ever heard of E6000 glue? If you happen to have that I would be it would hold even better than the hot glue.

        1. Thanks I will try it. Also wondered if it had to do with the type of cork. Some are real cork and some are plastic like and smooth. Maybe the smooth ones doesn’t adhere as well as the true cork??

  3. Trish, I looked up the E6000 glue online. There seem to be a few types available. Could you be more specific regarding the type? I love your craft and would be so happy to get this to work. Thx!

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