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« Reply #10 on: November 06, 2006 08:03:12 AM »

In the Readymade book that came out about  a year ago, they made cool looking birdfeeders.I don't remember exactly how they made it.I think they glued the base of one into the bowl of another,used about 3-5 of different sizes, hung it up, and filled the cups with birdseed. Looked cute. I don't know if that project is on their website or not. You could check your library for the book, or find it at the bookstore and just flip through it, if you want to see how it looks.
Oh, and it makes a very lovely centerpiece if you use several glasses of different heights, and add water and floating candles to each one.
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