These bottles have very narrow openings but I often like adding old, wine corks to found bottles for a more finished look. I cut a cork in half and then cut a base section on each to fit the circumference of the bottle's opening.
Use small-tipped cutting pliers to carefully snip mini "pie-wedge" cuts around the corks edge.
|Snip your cuts from the top|
|Snip your cuts from the side|
|Remove the wedges|
Size the narrower base to fit into the bottle opening.
|Tied With Jute|
|The full coffee table display at present|
Since I'm a "jute-junkie", I wound a long string of jute twine around the bottles to tie them together and add an additional, organic element to the mix. I'm enjoying my $4.00 display. (I had the jute, the cork and the smaller bottle which I found in the woods)
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