This is for the Fridge magnet challenge.
This is made of parts that I had around. All of it's reused!

Step 1: What you'll need

For this project you will need,
-102 corks
-12" x 15" piece of cardboard
-Glue (I used Gorilla glue)
-Masking/painters tape
-And magnets! (I used 3 magnets from some old speakers I disassembled)
That looks frickin' sweet.
I liked this idea when HGTV did it... <br/> <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/dc_furnishings_accessories/article/0,1793,HGTV_3436_1375396,00.html">http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/dc_furnishings_accessories/article/0,1793,HGTV_3436_1375396,00.html</a><br/><br/>Thems must be some strong magnets!<br/>
Oh, I had no idea it had been done.... Cool. Mine is different though, so I think I'm good. ;-P
Mmm, very original, very useful too. Although it looks a little funky and lumpy, unless the modern - abstract look is what you're going for :D I like it, hope you win.
If you like it then give me a good rating! :-P and thanks. :-)
Sweet. How green and happy you must be...
omfg, where did you get all those corks!? It looks really cool, mabey you could make a frame out of like rope or something.
Haha, my inheritance. I like that idea, I might try it. I'll put up pictures if I do.
(I actually raided my dads cork collection, but inheritance sounds better.)
Pretty cool! +1
the gorilla glue isn't re-used, not exactly 100% recycled. i remembered when I had to glue something together with gorilla glue, and then rested my head in the pile of excess glue.... bad idea
True... but it really is hard to re-use glue....
To quote Super Troopers, "Das a lotta booze!" + for really cool though. Maybe you should consider, uhh, sanding? or grinding? i'm not sure.. but somehow flattening all of them. The more I think about it, that is really unnecessary.

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