A vintage-inspired craft that looks like it’s been in a glass jar has been made by Australian craft-industry veterans.
The Wine Cork Crafts for Toddlers was created by the owners of Bodega in Brisbane.
The vintage-style jar features an old-fashioned glass lid with an old fashioned handle and an old wine bottle on top.
A vintage inspired by the old wine bottles of the early 1900s, the craft uses traditional craft tools including a wine bottle opener, wine bottle spout and wine bottle scissors.
Wine corsages and wine glassware are made in a vintage inspired wine bottle maker in the wine making room at Bodegag.
It was created to celebrate Bodego’s 150th anniversary.
The wine bottle opening is made from recycled wine bottles, recycled bottles, and vintage bottles.
The craft is not an ordinary cork jar.
The makers use a wine-based gel that’s made from a wine concentrate and then a wine liquid.
Wine glass and vintage glasses are used in the cork.
Wine bottles and wine glasses are also made in the craft.
Wine can also be added to the corset, or as a decorative decoration.
The cork jars are handmade and can last for up to six years.
Read more about wine bottles and vintage wine: The Wine Cabinets and Corsets collection