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Dishfunctional Designs: Window of Opportunity: Old Salvaged Windows Get New Life As Unique Decor

Dishfunctional Designs: Window of Opportunity: Old Salvaged Windows Get New Life As Unique Decor

Smashed Vase Keychains: Use Broken Pottery Pieces to Create DIY Keepsake Key Holders

Smashed Vase Keychains

Smashed Vase Keychains: Use Broken Pottery Pieces to Create DIY Keepsake Key Holders

Easy way to smooth broken china. This is really good. Sometimes I find pieces of sea pottery that have a chip or rough edge on them, this will solve the problem of what to do with it as with rough edges or chips it can't be used in my jewellery making.

Easy way to smooth broken china. This is really good. Sometimes I find pieces of sea pottery that have a chip or rough edge on them, this will solve the problem of what to do with it as with rough edges or chips it can't be used in my jewellery making.

My dad showed me how to do this & I wear mine with my wedding band. It's cool, because the wording on the edge of the coin ends up in the middle of the ring! Do you have a quarter from 1964 or before? If you do, it is made of silver. You can turn that coin into a nice silver band using a spoon, a drill, and a metal file. (And no, it's not illegal.)

Make a Silver Ring for 25 Cents

My dad showed me how to do this & I wear mine with my wedding band. It's cool, because the wording on the edge of the coin ends up in the middle of the ring! Do you have a quarter from 1964 or before? If you do, it is made of silver. You can turn that coin into a nice silver band using a spoon, a drill, and a metal file. (And no, it's not illegal.)

Cold Porcelain:  What you'll need:  3/4 cup white glue  1/2 cup water  1 teaspoon cold cream (such as Pond's)  1 teaspoon glycerin  1 cup cornstarch, plus additional for dusting your hands

How to Make Cold Porcelain

Cold Porcelain: What you'll need: 3/4 cup white glue 1/2 cup water 1 teaspoon cold cream (such as Pond's) 1 teaspoon glycerin 1 cup cornstarch, plus additional for dusting your hands

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