Cork vase.

I can’t remember where I first saw a wine cork used as a flower vase — but I had to try it for myself. I asked a bunch of friends to save corks for me — and I now have a lifetime supply. Better get busy.

Supplies: All stamps, gemstones and notecards by Hero Arts. Colorbox fluid chalk ink used on the flourishes and flowers — it’s from the Misty Meadow Chalk Queue. Memories midnight dye ink used on the message. I backed the flower on the wire with strawberry notecard paper to match the card. Patterned paper by Creative Imaginations/Karen Russell.

8 Replies to “Cork vase.”

  1. WOW! What a great design! Beautiful card! The flower on a cork — totally cool! I will have to try that. I never fail to be amazed at your ability to put colors together. :)

  2. Absolutely adorable!!! The card is cute, but that flower is what really caught my eye. I’m definitely going to be using this idea!!

  3. I just love that cute little flower! Cute, cute idea. One of the cutest I’ve seen in a long time. Great job!

  4. Wonderful idea and super outcome. Thanks for your inspiration.

  5. Dawn Burnworth says: Reply

    Lisa,
    This is such a great idea. It would make a great place card for a party. I love it . Thanks for sharing.
    Dawn B>

  6. I absolutely love your work! I’m glad I found your blog and your tutorials.

  7. Pam Quackenbush says: Reply

    Thank you so much for the idea! I have tons of corks because I can’t throw anything away. This is a perfect idea!! I will get right on that.
    Thanx!
    Pam

  8. Fantastic idea, this WOULD be a great idea for a party, or just to stick on someone’s desk at work to wish them a happy day!

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