Instructions

  1. Using the screwdriver or awl, punch a hole about two-thirds of the way down in one end of each cork. Use the knife to enlarge the hole to about ¼ in. wide.
  2. Glue two or three magnets to the side of each cork; let dry.
  3. Fill hole in each cork with a pinch of soil. Then add plant, and more soil if needed.
  4. Place on fridge or other metal surface. Water lightly as needed, or spritz with a water bottle.

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Mini Wine Cork Planters Craft photography by Country Woman.