champagne cork {name card holder}

champagne cork name card holder

This little idea might just take the cake for simplicity.

Are you looking for a creative way to be sure that Aunt Pat doesn’t sit next to Drunk Uncle at your holiday dinners?

Or maybe you want to be sure mom is closest to the kitchen to manage food replenishment and you’re closest to the bar, for obvious reasons?

Last year I showed you a neat way to use sea shells and coral to make some sea inspired name card holders.
champagne cork name card holderSomehow I’ve found a way dumb it down simplify the idea even more.  The title of this post could have totally just been ‘put a cork in it’.

Just take a 2-3 inch piece of wire, twist one end around like I showed you here, stick the other end in the champagne cork and call it a day.
champagne cork name card holderYou could even use this fun colored wire from Dollar Tree.

Looks like you’re only prep work is drinking enough bottles of champagne!!  So hop to it. ;)

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And I need to send a Thank you! shout out to Karen for sending me the biggest bag of corks I ever did see.

And if you want to see more info on the other tips I had for this little tablescape check it out here.

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About Karah

I'm Karah and I'm so glad you're here! I'm a small town girl from the North East who finds myself moving around with my husband and pups every few years and constantly on a journey to make the most of every space we find ourselves in. That little space between what has been and what will be. It'd be so cool if you'd like to join us for the ride.
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37 Responses to champagne cork {name card holder}

  1. Whew, now I can separate drunk Kelly (that may or may not be me!) from narcoleptic Aunt Phyllis.

  2. How cute and so very easy! Just my speed … and your table looks fabulous!



  3. Hey there my friend!!! Save a place with my name on it! I’ll bring the soup lol!!!! These are fabulous and can you say CINCHY WOW!!!! You rocked yet another great project! Hugs to all and BIG BIG Hugs to the M&M gang!

  4. Simple and useful. Now to drink some champagne…

  5. Thistle says:

    Karah…..what an easy and fun project! Now I just need the full bottle that went along with that cork!

    Have a great day!

  6. These are so neat. We did something similar for our wedding in 2004 but just cut a small slit in the top for the card to sit in. I like your version better :)
    Would you consider linking this up at my Pinworthy Projects Party? I hope to see you there!

  7. So cute and so simple. Love it!

  8. Those champagne corks are the cutest!!!…but I must say that the sea shell and coral are my favorite!!!

  9. Anne says:

    Super cute and easy too!!!!!

  10. Very cute! I better get drinkin’ ;)

  11. Your name card holders just might be the easiest DIY project ever! And I really like your shell holders – I think I just may have to borrow that idea from you (you have a lot of good ideas!)

  12. Sweet! I love the texture of the cork with the rest of your table decor.

  13. Amy says:

    Cuuuuute! Simple, it may be, but it is an adorable addition to any table!

  14. So cute and practical! What a perfect way to situate myself next to the bar ;-)

  15. cassie says:

    i love this idea! it’s rustic and simple yet elegant!

  16. Ooo, we could host a dinner party for a hundred (or more) of our friends using this project!! The hubs and I have collected our champagne corks since we first popped a cork together 8 year ago… lots of corks! Great idea… think I’ll have to host the fam and friends for the holidays now. :-)
    xo Heidi

    • Karah says:

      That is one of the cutest traditions I’ve heard. What fun mementos of the memories. Are you looking to do projects with them … or just keep collecting? Of course now I’m trying to think of other champagne cork ideas. :)

  17. Such a simple cute idea! And an excellent excuse to drink more champagne! ;)

  18. Debbie says:

    Very simple, and oh so cute! Too bad I don’t care too much for champagne. lol
    Debbie :)

  19. Heather says:

    Love this idea of using a champagne cork as a placecard holder…this would be perfect for Ney Year’s Eve parties too :) Thanks for sharing this at the Traditions Thanksgiving Linky Party today at my blog :)

  20. You know I want to be closest to the bar! Plus, I have a big bowl of corks, I love this idea!

  21. Anne says:

    Very cute! Happy Sunday Karah!!

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