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Coffee staining

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Primitive or country fabric crafts often have a grungy or antiqued appearance to make them look authentically old and the ingredients to achieve this effect are common staples found in most kitchen cupboards. Mix a coffee stain to make your fabric crafts look old.

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No need to buy a stain for your next woodworking project. It only takes a few common household ingredients: steel wool, coffee grounds, and vinegar.

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Coffee makes a great stain for wood. It’s natural and easy to apply. It's a simple way for anyone to enhance the beauty of wood with a warm, caramel tone.

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I'm sharing How to Stain Flooring with Coffee and Tea! We'll be using a variation of the 2 on our wood flooring throughout the downstairs

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Let me say first off that I LOVE vinegar and tea (or sometimes vinegar and coffee) staining. It is one of my favorite “finishes” and is so fun to make and use. Because it’s not a commercial stain, and reacts with the tannins in each piece of wood differently, you never really know what you’re going to get aside from weathered looking wood. I first found out about it when we were just starting to remodel our house 8 years many eons ago and was dying to try it on our kitchen table when we…

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For this project we will show you how to create a homemade coffee stain and apply it to custom wood bookends.

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We'll show you how to make your own simple, inexpensive, natural wood coffee stain using grounds, as well as a simple, natural beeswax furniture polish. The perfect DIY for low-chemical furniture upcycling such as in a baby nursery.

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Today I wanted to share an easy way to make distressed tags. You can buy your tags or make them. I keep a big box from Staples on hand. You will need: coffee (either brewed or instant granules) a container big enough to submerge tags (I use an empty ice cream bucket) ground cinnamon (optional) water something to stir them with screen or tray to lay them out to dry Let's get started.... Add water to bucket. Pour in coffee granules (I used about 1/2 cup for about 6 cups of water). If you want…

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