I made this at the TechShop (www.techshop.ws) in Menlo Park.
This project continues the "Cork Board Project" described in a previous Instructable.
The whole project is to build several cork boards as Christmas or birthday presents. Each is a plywood board with a hardwood surround. It has two rows of corks glued around the edges, lying flat, and a square of half corks (cut using the jig described in the previous Instructable) set vertically in the middle. The wood surround is 3/4" by 1 1/2" and may be varnished.
The vertical (half-)corks show only their ends, so they can be of uninteresting origin. The horizontal corks show their winery and should be interesting and varied.
In this phase 2, we check out the procedure of building one board, to eliminate any "wrinkles". See the finished product below.