10 DIY Animal Cork Crafts for Kids
Looking for a rainy day craft for the kids? With your left over wine corks and a few other supplies, you're on your way to creating cork animals for the whole family. Here are ten simple yet adorable DIY cork craft animals for the kids.
1. Cork Owl
It doesn't get much cuter than this pair of cork owls! With wine cork, buttons, and felt, you will quickly have a cute creation that's fun and easy to make.
2. Cork Mouse
Small but mighty, this tiny mouse is a kid-friendly favorite! With wine corks, hot glue, paper or fabric, little sticks or strong tooth picks, you can create this mouse with your kids.
3. Cork Butterflies
Your heart should be all a'flutter for these funny cork butterflies. This design only requires four materials to construct: Googly eyes, black sharpie, foam, and wine corks.
4. Cork Snake
Have an adventurous child? Try this cork snake craft on for size! Simply collect your corks and run yarn or string through to create a snake! Add wooden beads in between the cork for an added element. Decorate with a tongue, eyes and even paint!
5. Cork Bunny
This cork bunny has us hopping for joy! With beads for eyes and a plastic tail, ears, and hands, your leftover wine cork can quickly transform into a cute bunny!
6. Cork Pug
Nothing can make your day like a pouting pug! With a little bit of paint, you can transform your wine cork into a loveable pug. Add a hook and string to the top to create a holiday ornament!
7. Cork Pig
Create a pink pig with your wine corks! With just a little bit of paint, some googly eyes, and a wire tail, you'll have an adorable craft pig.
8. Cork FrogThis green creature is cute and easy to make! Attach a styrofoam ball to the top of the wine cork for the head. Add paint and wire arms and your creation is complete!
9. Cork HorseCreate a majestic cork horse! With a few pieces of cork, pins/beads for eyes, yarn for hair, and bandana fabric for added flair, you can make this all on your own.
10. Cork CatThere isn't anything cuter than a cork cat! Dress your cat up with wine corks, felt, feathers, googly eyes, and wire.
Images courtesy of Happy Hooligans, Lavoretti Creativi, Crafty Morning/Sassy Dealz, El Hada de Papel, Reddish Studio and Oded Friedland, Canvas Cove Art, Cork Creations by K, Molly Moo Crafts, Kim Carlston Design and DiVine Wine Corks.