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Magic Pan Organizer
Vellum Paper Wine Glass Shade
Paracord Fence Jumper
Penny Love Token
Pasta Machine with Plastic Plate Embossing
Popsicle Sanding Stick
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way to go, I really like the use of a coconut as a lamp. the patterns you used is very creative.
very nice metal working. thanks for posting
I am glad you can use it. take care
Copper bee die for Wood burning
This is an awesome idea. I do work with Fimo and sculpy clay for jewelry, and its recommended i sand the pieces, so now i can use these to get into tighter spots
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Horse Shoe Nail & Cement Nail Jewelry
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thanks for the metal bar idea
Thank you so much
thanks for the info
I am glad you can use the idea.
Oh my - what a great idea
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really cool :D down here in NC we typically have posts every few feet which would negate most of the functionality of this, but I think if I made it a bit thicker or attached it to a metal bar I could use it to haul my husky butt over the fence in my pasture XD
Incorrect fraudently means doing somthing with deceit... - JeffersonT2
Right, I think that is really enough! - nigel.trewartha
It is ilegal to deface money, but making jewelry or something is not illegal. Such as quarter rings that people make, search it up, do a little research, its not illegal... - JeffersonT2
This is really cool, but I think it might be okay to bend coins, and pennies are worth so little, that it probably won't matter.
no!!!! not at all!!! - DEEJAY642
The word "fraudulently" simply means intentionally, in contrast to "accidentially." - Landroo
sorry. but no. The keywords are "fraudulently alter" ie changing stamped value The other words deface, mutilate, impair, diminish stand on their own. But I read that Museums etc offer Penny Crusher service obviously all is OK.
I think Landroo was just telling you it exists , not that he cares if you do it or not . Just looking up the facts for us . Thanks Landroo :) - xanman12
Apparently landroo doesn't know what "fraudulently alter" means. It applies only if you have criminal intent to profit through forgery or counterfeiting. Has nothing to do with making jewelry from coins. - ctandrews
Key word "fraudulently". - Dr.Z2
Shot & Wine Glass Terrarium / Seed Starter
Hi, I've added your project to the "Awesome Clamp Racks | Organize Your Workshop!" CollectionThis is the link If you are interested:http://www.instructables.com/id/Awesome-Clamp-Rack...
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Diana - would you share what you used to solder the nails together? I am a very beginner when it comes to making jewelry. I have watched a number of videos, and done quite a bit of online research, but haven't found a lot of info on the soldering process - specifically for this type of metal. I found one pretty comprehensive video on YouTube. The gentleman was making horseshoe nail crosses, and soldering them. He was using a butane torch, but he didn't give any specifics on the solder other than it was a 60/40 solder. I'm not getting mine to solder together very well. The solder tends to just bead up and not flow - even when using flux. If it does flow ... (which is rare) - it's not flowing between the joints. I'm wondering if I'm using the incorrect solder, since it tends to just bead up and do nothing.
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