Pull out all the stops—wine toppers, that is! These babies are not only pretty and inexpensive to make—they’re practical!
Drawer pulls are easy to find and only cost a buck or two. Plus, the selection is truly endless. Choosing which ones to use is actually the hardest part!
These wine toppers are sure to see lots of action, so use industrial-strength glue. It only takes a dollop to keep the pull securely on the cork.
Now all you need is a bottle of your favorite wine.
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How to make wine toppers
- drawer pulls
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- Remove screw from drawer pull.
- Add a dollop of glue to the top of the cork then press the drawer pull firmly in place. Allow it to dry several hours.
- Once dry, it’s ready for use.