Tuesday, November 30, 2010

What Ive been up to

This has to be one of the longest project Ive worked on, well from start to finish. I've started collecting corks many years ago. Both from what I've consumed and also from working in a restaurant.
So even if its been a long process its been a very fun process.
As I was putting this corkboard together I didnt quite plan it out very well, but I had a great time thinking of where most of them came from.


I loved the R's, yea just cause its my initial.



The cork in the bottom there, yup the upside down one that says fre, I bought that for our end of the year party when I was pregnant. It was alcohol free wine, I wouldnt recomend it.


One of those cakebread corks I saved when I sold my first bottle waitressing. It was a $95 bottle of wine and it felt like a huge accomplishment. The couple gave me the cork and even saved a glass for me, it was very good wine, I wouldnt pay $95 for it, but it was very good.


I just loved these!


There it is all finished... FINALLY! The frame I talked about here when I gave a new life to old frames.


Now to just hang it on the wall!
And the question is....


Im linking to these parties {here}

9 comments:

Christina said...

Super cute...and time-consuming!! Love that you remember the stories behind them...that's what makes it so special :)

poindextr said...

very cute! I like that you have a matched set of each variety. Many memories of wonderful dinners, back-yard sunsets and holiday parties!

Bahar said...

I made a cork wreath for our kitchen out of all our corks. it has the champangne bottle cork that came from our hotel in new york, when we found out I was pregnant with our first born and the hubs wouldn't let me even take a sip. All all the other corks, including the fre corks from my pregnancy as well. I also had enough to make a cork tree as a centerpiece for the table at christmas time.

Jessica said...

Cute! We don't drink so I had no idea that corks came in colors other than, well, cork-colored. I like that you know the stories behind them, too!

Becky said...

I loved selling the expensive bottles of wine too! really boosts the tip :) Great job! you have way more patience than I do. Cute blog.

Danielle said...

I love this!!

Allison said...

This is an awesome project! I can only imagine how long it took you to collect all those but well worth it in the end!

Thanks for linking this up as well!

Katie said...

We love this cork board! We are starting to save wine corks to make a similar project!

Thank you for linking up to Sew Woodsy! I featured this project today! http://sewwoodsy.blogspot.com/2010/12/features-giveaway-winner.html

Allison @ House of Hepworths said...

I featured you today!

Hookin' Up with HoH #27

~Allison @ House of Hepworths

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