R. Simple Life: Cork on a Stick. - A cork stick. Corks on a stick. Yardstick cork. Well whatever you call it, it's meant to be a tall skinny cork board for a very narrow place. - Cut corks in half with serrated knife, use wood glue to attach to yardstick, place under weight while glue drys to prevent warping. Just a tip, hot glue will not work!
tuna can flower pot, we actually made these at school. The children painted the clothespins and after they were dry, they pinned them on the can. I recommend you run the tuna cans through a dishwasher as regular washing did not get the fishy smell out.