Wine Cork Crafts So Creative You’ll Be Busy For A Few Weekends

With this list, you will never run out of ideas of what to do with all that wine cork you’ve kept over the years. Craft them into wine charms, use them as doorstops, or as mulch for your garden. If you still have a lot left over after running through the list, hold a BBQ party every week for the rest of the year and use the wine corks as firestarter. But if you have become addicted to crafting and have run out of wine corks, well…. 😉 (psssttt… remember to stay reasonable and within limits).

Below are a list of 26

  1. Make Keychains Out Of Wine Corks
  2. keychain wine cork craft

    To make one, all you need is a wine cork, a screw eye, and a keychain ring. Best souvenier gift for friends and acquaintances after coming back from vacation in a wine city.

  3. Make Fridge Magnets Out Of Wine Corks
  4. magnet wine cork craft

    You will need a cork, magnets (you can even recycle your old ones), hot glue and a hot glue gun.

  5. Make Thumbtacks Out Of Wine Corks
  6. Drill a big enough hole in the cork for your thumbtack, hot glue the bottom of the hole and slide the thumbtack into the cork.


Bad Breath? Here Are 24 Things You Can Do To Keep It Away

Bad breath is not a disease but actually a symptom of an underlying problem. It is generally caused by either one or all of these 3 things. Diet, poor dental hygiene and health problems. It is especially important to keep bad breath at bay during important events like a date or a job interview. Below are 24 things that you can do to keep your breath clean.

  1. Rinse With Water
  2. Even if you have a mouthwash ready in hand, rinse your mouth with water first every time after a meal. It helps dislodge food that is stuck around your teeth and gums and helps to balance the mouth’s pH after ingesting acidic food and beverages.

  3. Gargle Mouthwash
  4. Worth the space at the little corner of your office drawer. As long as it is marked as an antiseptic and reduces plaque, it will help. Oral B and Crest Multicare are two common mouthwash brands dentists recommend.

  5. Brush Your Teeth
  6. Ideally, you should brush your teeth after every meal as it is most effective in preventing cavities.


Coconut Husks Are Unbelievably Useful. Here Are 12 Reasons Why

You may not know this but the husk of the coconut, also known as coir, is made into many products that are used daily like carpets, ropes, door mats, mattresses, car seat covers, brushes, bristles, etc. This fibrous material is tough and highly resistant to sea water. A big bag of coconut husk can cost as little as $10 at the garden or pet supplies store.

  1. Moss Substitute
  2. In horticulture, coir is a substitute for sphagnum moss because it is free of bacteria and fungal spores.

  3. Snail Deterrent
  4. Coarse coir fiber, used as landscape mulch, helps to repel snails and slugs from delicate plantings, unlike bark mulch.

  5. Pathogenic Fungi Control
  6. Coconut coir from Mexico has been found to contain large numbers of colonies of the beneficial fungus Aspergillus terreus, which acts as a biological control against plant pathogenic fungi.