These little jewels range in size from 1″ in diameter to about 1-1/2″ in diameter and they are about 1-1/2″ to 2″ tall. They are so cute, you’ll want a bunch. Great for making ornaments, earrings, necklaces and other jewelry. Nice smooth shell and very hard
A light base is a must for making gourd luminaries. The base helps stabilize the gourd, so it won’t tip like it sometimes will by putting the light directly into the side of the gourd. Just use a hole saw to drill a 2-1/2″ hole in the bottom and insert the light base. It can be glued into the gourd with wood glue if desired. Paintable using any water based paint. Easy to clip light cord into base, slot on side allows for cord to be inserted and held in place. Also great to use as a base for gourds that do not sit flat. Light cord and bulb not included with base.
This Purple Martin House has a large cavity (9″ – 10″ dia. gourd) and has the convenient Cleanout Access with screw-on lid. Other birds will also like the roominess of this home. See the Tips and information pages to learn more about Purple Martins.
For Purple Martins. Deep cavity natural gourd with Conley II Tunnel entrance featuring wing entrapment guard. Extra wide porch. Large Cleanout Access. Painted white. Purple Martins prefer natural gourds because the inside is easy to hang on to and move around, not slippery like plastic gourds.
Our jewelry spinners, also known as Tennessee spinner gourds, have smooth, hard shells. Nice sizes, vary and some are smaller. Great for making jewelry, ornaments, necklaces, puppets,etc. Approximately 1″- 1-1/2″ in diameter.