DIY Wine Stoppers…a perfect gift idea!
Wait, did I just hear someone ask about easy and fun-to-make gift ideas?
Well, then I guess I’m just ahead of the game here because I think someone WILL be asking about such a thing in the very near future and I’ve already got the answer!
Need a nice gift for the gals in your book club?
What about for your neighbors?
Ooooh, do you have a friend who loves the beach?
These DIY wine stoppers take 15 minutes to make…start to finish. The hardest part will be having to drink all the wine for the corks…now just be responsible!
On a related note, if you have Wine Lovers on your friend and/or family gift list, check out this list of the 9 Best Gifts for Wine Lovers.
Full Disclosure: Thanks to Dremel for sending the Dremel Workstation to me for this project. When I realized that the Dremel Workstation would make this project easier, I reached out to them and they graciously sent me one. You can clearly see why this reasonably priced tool came in so handy. Also, some of these links are affiliate links and I will earn a small commission off of the sale of these products, but the price you are charged is not affected. You can see my full disclosure policy here.
The video at the end of this post covers all steps to DIY Wine Stoppers
So I’m pretty happy to add these DIY Wine Stoppers to my impromptu gift stash. Do you keep such a stash? I have a drawer into which I tuck away little gifty type things for when I need a hostess gift or a new neighbor gift or just a ‘hey there friend’ gift. And to be totally honest, sometimes I shop my drawer when I want to gift myself!
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