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Easy DIY Cork Snowflake Ornaments Christmas Decor Idea

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These DIY cork snowflake (affiliate link) ornaments are yet another adorable Christmas decor idea my friend Nanette Jett Marden came up with.

Cork snowflake ornaments laying on a table ready to be hung.

These are super easy to make and she suggested getting the corks at a local winery and the snowflake (affiliate link) stickers (affiliate link) at your local Dollar Tree, so really this is a very budget friendly holiday decor idea.

Here is how to make these cork snowflake (affiliate link) ornaments.

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  1. Cut each cork  into six equal sized pieces.
  2. Lay the corks out in a circle and hot glue (affiliate link) the sides together.
  3. Allow the hot glue (affiliate link) to dry.
  4. Place the snowflake (affiliate link) stickers (affiliate link) on the corks. If they do not adhere, use a very thin layer of hot glue (affiliate link) to secure them.
  5. Measure the twine to the length you want and cut it.
  6. Turn the snowflakes over so the backs are facing upward.
  7. Tie the twine together and place a section of it on the back of the cork.
  8. Use hot glue (affiliate link) to attach the twine to the cork.
  9. Allow the hot glue (affiliate link) to dry and then your snowflake (affiliate link) cork decoration is ready to hang!
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Final Thoughts On This Easy DIY Cork Snowflake Christmas Garland Decor Idea

I really love sharing DIY Ideas with you that are perfect for all age levels and this is another one of those ideas.

It is a great craft idea for a beginner too because it is so simple to make.

Be aware that cork board does absorb liquids, so it is best to use this for inside decor.

Now, if something is accidentally spills on the corks you might have to remove the sticker because of it getting stained, but the cork itself will dry.

In fact, many drink coasters are made of cork board.

I hope you give this project a try and if you do, please come back and leave your thoughts about it below.

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