Things I need to do
Patina Everything! vinegar, white or apple cider salt, just regular old salt out of my shaker. For small items. I fill a quart yogurt container half full of vinegar, and sprinkle in some salt. (not measured, but guess 1 tsp.??) dump your keys, clips, hinges, watch parts, locks... any metal you want to 'age'. I leave them over night, just 'cause it is convenient. Seal if you touch items a lot
Patina Everything! vinegar + salt. Fill a quart yogurt container half full of vinegar, and 1tsp salt. dump any metal you want to 'age'.
This is crazy. Mix 1 full tablespoon of salt , 1/4 c vinegar and 1/2 c of warm water. Soak feet for 10 minutes and when you take them out the dead skin will practically wipe off #DIY, #beautytips, #skincare,#homemade,#remedies
Printable Sewing Sheets to Get Your Kid (or me) Familiar With How to Use the Sewing Maching
The only thing that really works for us! Tub & Shower Magic (Dawn & White Vinegar.) This stuff is AWESOME. Cuts right through the crud in the shower. If it's been a while, you might want to spray it on, leave for 15 minutes, then come back to scrub a little... but this is still better than ANY commercial product I've EVER tried! (Caution - open a window and/or turn on the fan!)
DIY apron - I've got to learn to sew
Back Yard - Flip-down sideboard from Plow & Hearth. It would be perfect for small outdoor living spaces, and, best yet, it's totally DIYable. A couple of lengths of chain, some hinges and a latch is all we'd need for hardware. I'd shoot the moon and go for ipe for durability, but in covered and semi-covered areas, any species would do.
outdoors? id do this indoors since my dining room is so small... perfect for those dinners with desserts and no place to put them!
Duke blue shoes with matching toenail polish and delicate feminine mehndi designs peaking out of the shoes.