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Homemade wood stain! Vintage Wood Stain | DiyReal.com
DIY Vintage Wood Stain: Mason jar: 1/4 cup used grounds, fill it up almost to the top with vinegar, approx 3-4 cups of vinegar to 1/4 cup grounds. It is the interaction between the steel wool and vinegar that is really important, grounds just add a brown tinge. Can use tea (strong), white vinegar goes brown, apple cider grey-ish, balsamic greenish. Search "ebonizing wood" steel wool & vinegar
Who came up with this? Amazing!
This freaked me out. This isn't fake. Apparently, if you copy and paste this on ten comments in ten minutes, you will have the best day of your life tomorrow. You will either be kissed or asked out. If you break this chain, you will see a little girl in your room tonight. In the next 53 minutes someone will say I love you or I'm sorry.
Will it ruin your printer?
How to transfer photos onto wood - it doesn't specify but you may have to use a laser printed picture like you do when transferring to canvas.
Rinda Sjarif This method :D
thanks! ooo think i pinned this too
what a wonderful time I had here! thank you !
What is the gel medium used to cover wood?
Driftwood & Acrylics Un sgwarnog, dwy frân, tri physgodyn by Valériane Leblond, via Flickr
how to distress wood....
How to Make New Wood Look Old, Weathered and Rustic
wall shelf reclaimed wood weathered look
Painted and stained tabletop. www.domesticimper...
omigosh, a paisley stencil to apply the white paint, then two coats of walnut stain....I'm ready to go sand down my kitchen table right now!!
That looks Amazing. I'm inspired
How to use Vasoline to distress wood. Interesting idea! From honeybearlane.com.
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would like this floor in root cellar
AMAZING liquid laundry detergent, this stuff works so well and smells amazing!
Looks like orange juice a kid can easily mistaken it for OJ that scary
That's because it's an old orange juice container! I keep mine way up high though, no worries!