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Make a necklace charm out of the cork from your favorite wine bottle.
Pick the cork you want to use. It should have a compact design that doesn't wrap too much around the cork else you won't see it well on your necklace...
In addition to your chosen cork, you will need: a knife (serrated works best) a needle a jump ring yesterday's paper to protect your work surface
Cut your cork in half using a sawing motion. Protect your work surface and keep your fingers away from the blade.
You may want to shape your cork to suit your design. I didn't crop "The Prisoner" necklace, but the weather vane had some lettering that needed remo...
With a needle, poke a hole through the cork. Be careful when poking through to the other side since the needle can take a bit of cork with it.
You need to bend the jump ring apart with your fingers or with needle-nose pliers. It may take some time to maneuver the jump ring through the hole. ...
Now all you have to do is decide what kind of chain you want to use and show your vino allegiances!
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