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With Valentine coming soon I decide to make a heart out of cork. I used skewers, cork and glue. brought to from www.ricksideas.com
I lay out the corks in a heart pattern then glued it together.
I glued the corks in both direction with skewer type tooth picks. Start by poking a hole in each cork on the small end of the cork. Make sure it is th...
Break tooth pick in half. insert glue and tooth pick as shown.
inset tooth pick into second cork as shown. Make sure the is enough glue.
Poke hokes on the side and insert tooth picks as shown. insert broken tooth picks as shown. Press in to the second set of corks. Glue and wipe excess ...
I wanted to paint the corks with a light red color. I decided to try and use the leftover wine it self. with a small bowl I mix a small amount of win...
I add a small picture hanger to the back and hung it on the wall. Notice the difference in color in the example cork.
I let it dry over night. Done I have cork and other ideas at my site www.ricksideas.com
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