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Rogue Engineerfrom Rogue Engineer

Beer Tote

DIY Beer Tote | Free Plans | Rogue Engineer | Pin Me

Write on them to know who's is who's and its like a chalkboard so you can jun take it off for next time.

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21 Ways To Demonstrate Your Passionate Love For Beer

Drink enough different kinds of craft beer that you can decorate your coffee table with the coolest labels.

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How to: Dye Clear Glass ANY Color (A New Technique)

How to: Dye Clear Glass ANY Color (A New Technique).

Who knew!!! Home made glue for printables - 2 TBS water, 1 packet unflavoured gelatin and 3 TBSP whole or 2% milk! Images are secure but will remove easily with water leaving no residue. =D

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How to Remove Wine Labels for Art and Scrapbooking

How to remove wine bottle labels: Heat oven to 100-200 degrees. Bake bottle for 10 minutes. Peel corners up with a sharp knife, peel off label and place on wax paper to cool. Flatten in a big book.

How to cut a bottle without using any cutter --- Alright, this is pretty damn nifty

How To Turn A Beer Bottle Into A Glass - I have always wanted to do this

Cut a glass bottle using Nail Polish Remover - Here is what you do: -wrap the cotton yarn around your bottle 5-6 times, tie and cut ends. -slide yarn off of the bottle -dip in nail polish remover -slide the wet yarn back onto the bottle---NOTE---the bottle will be cut at whatever angle you have the yarn at, so if you are interested in doing a sideways cut just adjust your yarn -light on fire ****please please be careful**** -only the wet yarn will be lit on fire and the flame is very…

best stain remover ever. Even for old stains. - 1 cup hydrogen peroxide, 2 tsp baking soda and 1 squirt dish detergent.

make glasses out of bottles using just nail polish remover, yarn, and a match.

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Milk + Cookie Favor Printables

printable milk carton goodie box.

How to cut glass bottles for your crafts and decorations...for goodness sake, please don't use other tutorials that have you light a string on fire. This is an excellent tutorial.