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'.
Step one: take some steel wool and put in a jar and cover with vinegar. Let it sit at least 24 hours, the longer the better. (I expected the vinegar mixture to turn black or something but it didn't.) after 24 hours Step two: make a strong cup of tea. I used Chai. brush the tea on the wood and let dry. Step three: brush on the vinegar mixture.
homemade bath paints for kids!
This finger paint was supposed to be eatable but my 1 1/2 year old spit it out and said YUCKY! Let me help you with this recipie because it came out lumpy for me. Take 1cup of cold water and desolve the corn starch THEN add it to the pot. Also I would try adding a packet of invisible Kool-aid next time to help it taste better. I will let you know if that works. -C
You know who will be making this! This Mommy!