Upcycled Old Glass to Beautiful Garden Art

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Drill through the center of the glass pieces
Run the cable through the holes and glue the pieces as you go.
Make sure you leave enough cable to make a loop at the top to hang the piece from.
Let dry overnight
Put a Ferrell at the bottom of the piece and crimp then make your loop and use a double ferrel and crimp.
Hang and enjoy
Enjoying his nectar

Suggested materials:

  • You need a drill press, glass drill bits, E6000 glue, cable and ferrel.

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3 of 6 questions
  • Christina
    on Feb 3, 2019

    They are beautiful, and I would love to make them... so now I have to go find someone elses instructions.. . Cuz frankly this is basically a photo album. The only instructions are the obvious one we can figure out ourselves..

    What kind of drill? Is there any prep or precautions when drilling glass? What kind of glue?

  • Melodie Ann Redding
    on Apr 25, 2019

    I’m in love with your project!!

    Is there a closer picture of the beautiful red one?

  • BJ
    on Dec 29, 2019

    I agree with Christina, where are the instructions?

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  • Linda Abate
    on Feb 5, 2020

    What a unique way to attract birds to your garden area. These are so unique and I am sure noone else has one like these. They are AWESOME.

  • Kat
    on Feb 5, 2020

    I guess I must Google the word ferrel. 🤔

    The only time I have heard of the word"feral, but pronounced the same" is regarding wild, normally,domesticated animals 🐈 such as a wild cat.

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