This cool yard art will make a bright accent. The supplies are 3/8-in. flexible copper tubing, 1/16-in. × 36-in. brass rod, 1/8-in. × 36-in. brass rod, 1 roll 20-gauge copper wire, 9/32-in.-diameter × approximately 11/2-in. spring, rosin-core leaded solder, glass beads, 6-in. wood dowel, superglue gel or quick-setting epoxy, wire cutters, needle-nose pliers, a tube cutter or hacksaw, a power drill with 1/16-in. and 1/8-in. bits, 3/4-in. spade bit, a mini-torch or soldering iron, fine steel wool, scrap of 3/4-in. wood, awl or sharp drywall screw. Cut copper tubing to 4 in. with a tubing cutter or hacksaw. Make slight indentations in the copper at the hole locations, using the awl or drywall screw, so the drill bit doesn’t slip when you begin drilling. Keep reading the tutorial in the source.