Interestingly, the cork trivet I made this weekend, is a similar color to Kirk’s Tribbles, and the ribbon matches Kirk’s tunic. Coincidence? I think not! (OK, it is a total coincidence.)
The first cork trivet I made was inspired by the various cork trivets on Pinterest. Many of those were secured by metal hose clamps or embroidery hoops. I didn’t have either of those in my stash so figured I needed to figure something else out using what I had. Armed with my box of corks, a hot glue gun, some felt and a ribbon, I figured I had the beginning of a great trivet.
|Step 1: Gather Materials |
|Step 2: Measure Your Corks |
I had all the supplies in my "craft stash." This is my kind of project.
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