Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Cork Sail Boats

I wanted to share one of the projects that my daughter did. She loves arts and crafts. You might want to check out some of her other art works at
These boats can actually float, so its fun racing them. Try blowing bubbles using the straw or come up with ways to make your boat move forward and race...:)

For making these sailboats, you'll need:
3 Wine corks
2 Craft sticks
1 wooden Skewer
A triangle piece of paper to make the sail.

The photo of the boat is pretty self-explanatory, but I will try to put in words..

- Glue the three corks together on their side to form the base of the sailboat.
- Glue two craft sticks to the top of the corks
 - Take a skewer and attach one end of the triangle piece of paper to one end of the skewer.
- Insert the other end of the skewer to the middle cork and attach the base of the triangle piece to the craft stick just like the picture.

That's it. You are ready to sail your cork boat..:)

To check other crafts and tutorials visit Crafts/Tutorials tab on the top.

Linking this to these awesome parties hereherehere and here.


  1. Blogging is the new poetry. I find it wonderful and amazing in many ways.

  2. How cute!
    Thank you for sharing with us at Merry Monday!

    1. Thank you Amanda. I loved being part of the linky..:)

  3. Cute. I'll have to ask my wine drinking friends to save me their corks.


  4. These are so cute! What a fun craft project to do with the kiddos! ;-) Thank you for linking up to the Oh My Heartsie Girls Wordless Wednesday Linky Party!

    Wishing you a fabulous week!

    Much love,
    Lysa xx
    Welcome to My Circus
    Co-Host OMHGWW

    1. Thank you Lysa.. it was fun partying with you all..:)

  5. Fun - we'll have to scavenge some corks!

  6. Thank you for submitting to Motivation Monday!

    1. It was fun partying with all the creative folks..:)

  7. Thanks for sharing this adorable cork sail boat you made at my last Fabulous Friday, its so cute! Hope to see you this Friday for another party
    thanks Maria