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Wine Cork Garden Markers

Save the corks from your last wine tasting and make these easy cork garden markers! You won't regret it when it's time to start planting.

By: Chris Hammond for diyideacenter.com
Updated April 12, 2018
Wine Cork Garden Markers
Wine Cork Garden Markers
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Try making these insanely easy Wine Cork Garden Markers! If you love to plant different vegetables, flowers, or herbs, these cork garden markers are a truly great way for you to never get confused again. Plus, this quick and easy recycled wine cork craft is perfect for using indoors or outdoors no matter what you are planting. Instead of throwing away those old wine corks, put them to great use with these garden plant markers and add an extra special touch to your garden. Check out this craft video to see how easy it is to put this DIY craft together! 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Beginner

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Wine corks
  • Sharpie
  • Paint
  • Wooden skewers
  • Drill
  • Paint/foam brush

Wine Cork Garden Markers

DIY Garden Marker Instructions

  1. Drill a hole in your cork right in the center. 

    NOTE: Determine the size of the hole in your cork, depending on the wooden skewer you are using as your stake. You want to make sure your drill size is just slightly smaller than the size of your skewer. 

  2. Insert your wooden skewer into your cork.

  3. Paint the cork using whatever color you would like. You will just need a thin coat.

  4. Let that dry for 10-15 minutes by sticking it in a glass so that it does not fall on it's side. 

  5. Finally, once it is all dry simply use a marker to write what plant you are pairing your marker with!

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I have seen lollipop sticks and what not been used a plant marker but I have never seen a wine cork been used. This is a great idea and it is really unique looking. Next growing season I will definitely be trying this and saving up my corks until then and I will be roping friends and family in to saving them as well!

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