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5 Upcycled Wine Must-Haves

It’s true. There is so much stuff everywhere. And we could probably go the rest of our lives without having to manufacture anything from scratch save for underwear and toothbrushes (and maybe a couple other items). With tons of materials available for repurposing, recycling and reusing, there are endless possibilities for creativity.

These 5 UpCycled Wine Must-Haves are made from wine-related castoffs or are recycled materials fashioned into wine-time enhancers.

1. Serving Slabs – repurposed granite slabs for serving cheeses
Everything they make is from reclaimed stone and is proudly hand crafted in Salida Colorado. All that’s reclaimed is repurpose into beautiful utility pieces for your home, business or gift for that person that has everything. “organic ~ reclaimed ~ repurposed”
Owner: Derrick Neikam

granite service slabs, serving slabs

2. Green Glass Designs – drinking glasses made from repurposed wine bottles
Eco-conscious artisans rediscovering & redefining uses for bottles that might otherwise end up in a landfill.
Owners: Ginny McCormick-Levack & Doug Levack Etsy Store

green glass designs, green glass wine, green wine bottle glasses

3. All Strung Out Jewelry – wine glass charms made from antique typewriter keys
These charms are keys from Underwood, Smith Corona, Royal, and Remington typewriters from the early 1900’s. The keys are set in vintage style scalloped bezels.
Owner: Laureen Trent Etsy Shop

wine glass charms, recycled wine  charms

4. Life on the Balcony – Wine Box Turned Balcony-Sized Raised Bed Garden
First drill a few holes in the bottom of the box for proper drainage and seal the box with eco-friendly sealer. Once the box is completely dry, start planting!
Owner: Fern Richardson

balcony living, wine raised garden, recycled wine boxes for raised garden

5. Malia Designs – wine bags made from recycled rice bags
Malia Designs was formed to increase economic opportunity for women in developing countries, and to support local and international non-profit organizations that fight human trafficking in Southeast Asia.
Owner: Lia Valerio

recycled wine bags

What do you think about these wine related upcycled pieces? Great ideas? Are they on your gift list?

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Alyson writes and edits stuff for other people and does her best to craft words so they say the right thing and sound nice. When she is not slaving over the aesthetic flow of a sentence, you might find her in the studio slaving over the correct placement of a piece of paper in a collage. She's a meditator and an inspiration junky. It sounds cheesy, but it's true.

9 Comments

  1. I’m really liking the Wine Charms and the Wine, Wine glasses! Thanks Alyson!
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  2. I definitely want a “BACK SPACER” wine charm. Nice find, nice post!
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  3. Yeah, it’s always lovely when typing and wine come together so nicely. “Back Spacing” some details from the day…

  4. Thanks! Super inspiring seeing what people are making from materials that would have otherwise ended up in the landfill.

  5. Thank you so much for including us….we are honored to be part of such a wonderful collection of recycled/upcycled creations!
    Keep up the green work
    Ginny

  6. Thanks for making great things that are eco-conscious and cool!

  7. Hi alison, these upcycled wine must -have are very creative , i liked the must the wine glass charms thats realy creative , a jewel to the wine glass .
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  8. I agree! I love them. I have a set of my own! So creative!

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