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  • CorisaF commented on jessyratfink's instructable Unusual Uses for Ice Cubes7 months ago
    Unusual Uses for Ice Cubes

    Ive tried it on gum and you have to have oil too. Or something oily. Penutbutter works. But ice alone does not work for me.

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  • CorisaF commented on geekrex's instructable $10 DIY Dremel /RotaryTool9 months ago
    $10 DIY Dremel /RotaryTool

    Maybe it cost extra but, I don't know a kid that doesn't love to learn how to make something like this. And if you have a group of kids, boy/girl scouts or a family night (I have 6 boys), or a parent child activity, it not only gives everyone a fun new tool, it creates bonding and experience and teaching and learning and all that warm fuzzy stuff. Making a $5 radio was hella better than buying $1 clock radio's. And the faces light up when they did it. And a $5 project normally ran me at least $60. Multiply everything by 8. 6 kids and extra parts.

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  • DIY 5 Life Hacks With Drinking Straw | Simple Tricks

    You could have even said what you were making.

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  • CorisaF commented on mikeasaurus's instructable 11 unusual uses for straws1 year ago
    11 unusual uses for straws

    I would like a visual on that. Sounds good but I'm a bit confused

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  • CorisaF commented on wordsnwood's instructable Epoxy -vs- Tshirt = Artwork1 year ago
    Epoxy -vs- Tshirt = Artwork

    I personally would not use a chemical on a shirt that meant that much to me. Each to their own. I have framed some shirts that my kids wore and I did it with no chemicals. I bought the frame which comes with the backing and I cut a piece of cardboard or cardstock the same size as the backing and I laid the shirt over the stock board and cut about half an inch bigger than the stock board and then laid the shirt down in the frame with the stock board put a little Staple in each corner as the shirt laid out I wanted it to put the backing on it and they have been in frames for years and have not had any problems. We were in the driving pit for race cars at Daytona and all 5 of my kids got their shirt signed by the car drivers yet one of my children was extremely intelligent and got all of ...

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    I personally would not use a chemical on a shirt that meant that much to me. Each to their own. I have framed some shirts that my kids wore and I did it with no chemicals. I bought the frame which comes with the backing and I cut a piece of cardboard or cardstock the same size as the backing and I laid the shirt over the stock board and cut about half an inch bigger than the stock board and then laid the shirt down in the frame with the stock board put a little Staple in each corner as the shirt laid out I wanted it to put the backing on it and they have been in frames for years and have not had any problems. We were in the driving pit for race cars at Daytona and all 5 of my kids got their shirt signed by the car drivers yet one of my children was extremely intelligent and got all of the members of the pit, because each member as is just as important as the other. I have that framed and a picture of my family with the drivers sitting in front and the rest of the team standing behind us that I made space for in the frame. Although I do have a dolly that's falling apart that my great-grandmother made and I do have some epoxy so that might work. Oh! I could put that on YouTube and tag you.

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