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Holiday parties can leave the host with a variety of extras, including wine corks. Create these cork napkin rings for the perfect excuse to have another party!

by Felipe R.

109 PROJECTS

Supplies Needed For This Project

TOOL

8050 Micro

Model # 8050

TOOL

Multi-Max™ MM30

Model # MM30

ACCESSORY

121 High Speed Cutter

Model # 121

ACCESSORY

MM480 Wood Flush Cut Blade

Model # MM480

Materials

  • 8

    Wine corks
  • 1

    Twine
  • 1

    Scissors

Let's Get Started

STEP 1

Step 1

First, tightly clamp the wine cork. Cut each cork into ¼” thick pieces using a Multi-Max. For each napkin ring, you will need 13 cork coins total.

STEP 2

Step 2

Next, use the rotary tool and accessory to drill holes into the center of each coin.

STEP 3

Step 3

Next, tie a knot at one end of the twine, making the knot thick enough so it will catch the coins and they cannot slide off. Then, thread the twine through the 13 coins and tie another thick knot to secure the coins on the twine. TIP: Depending on the type of twine, you may need to tie multiple knots on each end to secure the coins on the twine.

STEP 4

Step 5

Finally, connect the ends together and create a ring by tying a third knot. Fold a napkin into the ring and you are ready to set the table!

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