How to Make a Wine Bottle Stopper with a Drawer Knob
There are some really cool wine bottles out there… I have a plan to use empty wine bottles for holding other drinks (water, juice, tea, etc.) at my son’s graduation party this Spring. Cool wine bottles need cool stoppers, right? Let me show you how to make a wine bottle stopper with a drawer knob…
This quick and easy project makes an awesome gift!
- Drawer Pull – the kind with the threaded rod attached to the knob and a nut on the end (I found mine at Hobby Lobby)**
- Stik ‘n Seal Outdoor adhesive
Start by drilling a 3/16″ hole through the center of the cork. Don’t drill all the way through, just deep enough to house the threaded rod the knob is attached to.
Squeeze adhesive into the hole the best you can and twist the knob into the hole.
Let dry and place in the bottle.
** If the only drawer knobs available are the kind at the home improvement stores with a screw at the end, the screw can be replaced with a piece of 8-32 threaded rod cut to length with a hacksaw! Super-easy, quick, and inexpensive right? I have to do my best not to hoard these as I make them because I love them so much! Have any questions about how to make a wine bottle stopper with a drawer knob? Leave a comment below!