Tina
Tina
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Wine cork covered cachepot


Each level ofcCorks are joined by metal string
Each level ofcCorks are joined by metal string
2 more levels and it's fully covered or leave it as is,
2 more levels and it's fully covered or leave it as is,

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  • Tina
    on Aug 21, 2013

    Answers to : #1- I (and my dad) drilled the hole first. 2. I got the corks from friends at church; 3. It's been many, many weeks. I'm waiting for my dad to give me the rest so I can finish the top line. 4. I'm using 65 per line. I think I'm on the 10th. It is a large diameter indoor pot, maybe 18 or 20 inches.

  • Tina
    on Aug 21, 2013

    I've also made little stepping "stones" or trivet with corks using wires the hard way by weaving through them. I have a simpler idea but haven't started it yet.

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