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Monday, 16 February 2015

Cork Avons

Between painting the bathroom ceiling touching up the tiles and the long list of other DIY tasks I have got, I managed to get finished three cork avons I have been working on for friends abroad. The first two are Canada bound and the last one with the longer tip is heading to Denmark.





Yellow Tipped with black wraps on a cork body












Stem painted green with purple wraps.


Red tipped with black and red wraps
Stem painted green with red & black wraps.

Longer tipped Avon for an angler who struggles seeing the floats at distance, orange tipped with black wraps.



Stem painted green with black wraps.

5 comments:

  1. Lovely work as always George, the cork gives them a real traditional feel.

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  2. Cheers Col, I managed to procure some decent cork which helps, got a few smaller ones coming soon, and those I do like ;)

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  3. Still can't work out how you sand a piece of cork without it crumbling to bits...

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    1. Oh, like clearing landmines, then? I can do that.

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