A hand-held Dremel can do the same job. I'll experiment with the jewelry hooks, bead caps, thread, and different glues. Use the right size More soil means more moisture for longer. Once Cornelia and other women in the church get their hands on the bare cone flowers, they use acrylic paints to transform them into the likes of zinnias, roses, daffodils, daisies and peonies. They looked great and I strung a bead and a bow on the wire sticking up out of there and formed the end of the wire above that into a little bitty loop through which you stick an ornament hanger. I would think it would break the scales for the same reasons the drill did, but there is precedent so I'll try. Carve, burn, wax, varnish, and color them with paints, dyes, oils, and markers to work their smooth, three-dimensional surfaces.
How to Drill Drainage Holes in Ceramic Flowerpots and Planters
Thank you so much for these valuable tips. I can be contacted via email: To complete this project you will need the following: Well there you have it. Stephanie, I just bought pots to make a fountain out of and needed to drill a hole in one. June 7, at
How to Make Pine Cone Garland - Pretty Handy Girl
Visit our holiday collection for more fun and easy seasonal projects. Return to the top. Even the types of holes you need to make will dictate the type of drill bit you need. Kevin October 18, Drill a hole After paint is dry drill a hole on the bottom of the pinecones.
DIY Glitter Pinecone Ornaments
Description: They also come in a variety of lengths for drilling through thicker materials, such as these posts. The thing to remember here is to take your time and let the bit cut through the material without applying excessive force. Submit your questions along with any images you have below. After about 20 minutes, I rinsed them off and set them on a towel to dry. I can be contacted via email: