Wine Cork Trivet Instructions

I have many different versions of my wine cork trivet instructions online. This set is done with hot melt glue, using a suede fabric wrap around the base. Where I personally made the other trivets with the various types of glue, my boyfriend took on the creation of this one for me. The hot melt glue system is VERY hot and can be dangerous. The quest for this specific test was to see how quickly we could get a trivet done. The hot melt glue was by far the quickest setting glue out of all the ones we tested.

Wine Cork Trivet

For this set, I went with a smaller wooden rectangle that my darling boyfriend has cut out for me. This one was 3 5/8" by 5 1/2". He found this was the right size for a 10-cork trivet. He cut them out of a quarter-inch hardwood. In addition to that I have the hot melt glue (with matching gun). Where most of my trivets up until now were done with felt, this one was done out of suede fabric that I had left over from a sewing project. So the fabric was not as thick as felt, but it was still fairly soft.

For the corks, I chose to go with a Mayo theme. Mayo is a fun winery located in Sonoma County, California.

Now it's time for Step 2 - Wine Cork Trivet Instructions.

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