Dyed Wine Cork Flag

June 25 2024

Turn your celebratory champagne pops into a Red, Wine and Blue work of art for the Fourth of July.

Supplies
  • Wooden Board
  • Wine Corks (Natural)
  • Rit All-Purpose Liquid Dye in Scarlet and Indigo
  • Containers for dyeing, two
  • Craft Adhesive
  • Gloves
  • Paper towels
  • Plastic table cover
Time
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Difficulty
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Instructions
  1. Protect your work area with plastic and gather supplies.
  2. Cover wooden board with as many wine corks it takes to fill it up completely.
  3. Decide how many rows and columns of wine corks will be blue and how many will be red based on the flag. Separate them into piles.
  4. Create two dyebaths in separate containers with hot water. If tap water is not hot enough, add water from the kettle.
  5. Pour Scarlet All-Purpose Liquid Dye into one dyebath and Indigo All-Purpose Liquid Dye in the other.
  6. Place wine corks into dyebath based on the piles created in Step 3.
  7. Stir on and off for 15-30 minutes or until desired color is achieved, then rinse in cold water.
  8. Allow dyed wine corks to fully dry.
  9. Adhere dyed cork boards onto wooden board as shown.
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