Email This Post HomeHumorHow ToWine Cork Ideas – Wine Cork Dart Board Amy Vansant July 21, 2012 How To, Humor, Product Reviews 15 Comments Ah, the age-old question: What to do with wine cork collections? Usually followed by: Wait, why do I have so many? Who drank all that wine? Do I have a problem? The very funny and very strange Gia at Mayor Gia mused today on what to do with her wine corks. I promised to show her what we did with some of ours. With the rest we built a second home. Behold, the wine cork dart board! Bunch o’ corks, dart board box and a hot glue gun. Done. Wine Cork Dart Board About Latest Posts Amy VansantAmy Vansant is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author specializing in fun, funny fiction --- even the murder mysteries. Latest posts by Amy Vansant (see all) Winners of the name the puppy contest, giveaways and deals - May 17, 2019 Name the puppy in Pineapple 9, BIG giveaway and deals - May 8, 2019 Giant Sale-Going out of Business Closeout, Giveaways and Deals - April 25, 2019 15 Responses Abby July 21, 2012 Very nice. I don’t drink wine. However, I was thinking of making an igloo out out my used water bottles, but you know what they say: those who live in plastic houses… 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant July 21, 2012 …probably have some condition that requires they be protected from the natural world? 0 likes Reply Abby July 22, 2012 I think it’s “should probably drink wine that’s not from a box.” Or something like that… 0 likes One Funny Motha July 21, 2012 Love it. I once threw out my husbands collection of corks b/c I thought they were garbage & even tho I’m pretty sure he never intended to do anything w/ them other than let them collect dust in my house, he has never forgiven me. Now, I even want them back. 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant July 21, 2012 We threw out like 8 ziplock gallon bags of them and I regret it every day. I don’t have much to think about apparently. 0 likes Reply Chooplah July 21, 2012 Love it. I guess I should switch to “corked” wine… 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant July 21, 2012 Well, sure, if you want to get all snobby on us… 0 likes Reply Raymond July 21, 2012 I hear corks are good for getting rid of fruit flies (and not the kind that hover around gay men either). 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant July 22, 2012 I heard it is leave a little bit of wine in a glass somewhere, and the fruit flies will all gather there and drown. In our experience, they just hover around us. 0 likes Reply Greg February 9, 2014 Hi Amy, how many corks did you use on this project? 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant February 9, 2014 Gosh… I don’t know… maybe 400? 0 likes Reply philmont scout ranch nm June 11, 2014 good day! , I love ones crafting very much! promote most people sustain your messages extra around your own document in America online? My partner and i require a consultant within this area to unravel the challenge. Might be which is you actually! Waiting for appearance anyone. 0 likes Reply Alissa February 7, 2016 What did you use to secure the dart board to the frame? 0 likes Reply Amy Vansant February 8, 2016 We bought the board and case – then just put the corks around it. 0 likes Reply Noah October 12, 2017 Looks like a fun project, I should make one of these in my basement 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!