cork birdhouse, for all of my WINO friends, and I bet there are alot of you!! Who wouldn't want to have these in the garden! I have been saving corks for years, and making holiday wreaths with them, but this is so charming, and doesn't take quite as many!! I might use pennies for the roof, so they can age and turn green. Now, how do I keep the dang squirrels away??
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PROJECT ROWHOUSE: cork art
18 – 24 corks Start with four corks, glue them together to make the base of the tree. Add five corks to the next level, letting them hang over on each side slightly. Continue adding four, then three, then two, then one cork to each layer corks on the Randomly paint ends as desired.Decorate with ribbon, fabric, buttons or any notions you may have, Attach the tree to the 2" base.
Take one cork, stack descending size washers of different colored metals to the top and bottom, and screw in an eye screw. They also look great if you simply use a screw on the bottom instead of dangling the bead. Then attach a keychain and you're done. If you want a bit of extra strength glue the washers together.
Artful Panoply: Wine Cork Keychains