While for most of us corks from champagne bottles account as trash of a party, for some designers are the raw material for their creations, such as this chandelier by Alkesh Parmar. Each cork is hand carved and contains a LED bulb.
Here is a very nice idea for the old tires. Upcycle them into beautiful planters. This pictorial how to from the Jersey City List shows how to do it. You can paint them to what ever style or color suits your garden.
This lovely dollhouse created by Lorraine Robinson, a talented Australian furniture maker, specialist in miniatures, as a gift for her daughter Cathryn’s 25th birthday. Cathryn loves music and this was her first guitar.
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