corks, corks, corks
gorilla glue-target $3.99
8 X 10 frame- target $9.08 clearance
screw in hooks- target $3.29
cutco (or other legit brand) knife
either drink so much wine that you have enough corks to make your corkboard, or have some awesome friends that have collected enough to share with you :)
cut the majority of the corks in half, length-wise. cut 4 corks in half, width-wise. (may cut more than four if you want more than 8 hooks for necklaces).
i've found that you will need a legit, sharpened knife to cut through the corks.
arrange the corks in your desired pattern and screw in your hooks to the ends of your corks.
use the gorilla glue to glue down your corks. be careful because it doesn't stick right away. it takes a couple of hours to seal, so keep your frame laying flat until it dries.
and voila you're done! easy-peasy!
all in all, this project only cost me about $17 when it was all said and done.
next up to try...