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Great layering technique. It looks very good!Thanks for sharing your process, and a few pictures. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
You're welcome :)It's such a good looking lamp, how could I leave it out?!
This is genius! Thanks for sharing, enjoy the Pro Membership!
This is a good idea!
This is great! Do you have an Instructable for your creation? You should make one!Thanks for sharing, enjoy the Pro Membership!
It's so frustrating to have all the things roll away from you! :)
Looks like the paint and sand technique. Classic!
Chuck is excellent to smoke. Tasty, inexpensive, and accepts the smoking process wonderfully. Thanks for sharing!
Layering a few techniques is definitely the way to go. Thanks for sharing a picture of your "worm holes" device, I'll have to make one of my own to add to the collection! Enjoy the Pro Membership!
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Ooh, mint is a good idea!
Ooh, I see a jalapeño in your last picture. Yum!Glad you liked it, and you can never have too much heat :) Thanks for sharing pictures, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Looking tasty, I'm sure your father will love it!Thanks for sharing pictures of your ginger beer, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Looking good! How was your first game?Thanks for sharing a picture of your yard dice, enjoy the Pro Membership!
I never have and they come out just fine :)
A rasp is a great way to get different tooling onto wood, good suggestion.Thanks for sharing a picture, enjoy the Pro Membership!
I didn't think of using a wood burning tool, good idea!Thanks for sharing a picture, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Thanks for sharing. Such a neat idea!
This is a very unique way to age oak, and one I'm not familiar with. Great idea! Do you have a picture of the before and after to compare? Thanks for sharing a picture, enjoy the Pro Membership!
This is the ULTIMATE way to make a large batch, good idea! I'd have some of the syrup ready just in case someone like me shows up to your party and wants it a little more potent :)Thanks for sharing, I hope your 4th party is a blast! Enjoy the Pro Membership!
Love your spice additions. Thanks for sharing a picture, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Shhhh. That's the secret a lot of us use :) Let's hope she doesn't wise up!
What a novel application to this lesson :)
Looks very sharp! Thanks for shaing!
This is just the prank I've been looking for :) I wonder how well it mails
3 years old, and yet still an amazing and simple project! Can't wait to see your open when it's done! :)
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If you don't use too much, the wax will impregnate the cotton and won't be sticky at all.
For my shop apron I only clean it once a year and reapply the wax. For a food apron I think the same could apply, but your mileage may vary.Try light applications of wax and washing with cold water by hand. The wax should last a few cycles. Good luck!
Great! Please share a picture when you're done.
Now this is a great application for waxing cloth. I had a similar bike, and love the classic look ('83 Shadow 500).Thanks for sharing a picture of your waxed bag, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Glad you liked the recipe! Natural carbonation is another level to this recipe, and is very tasty. I like the idea of dialing in the flavor first before taking it to carbonation. Thanks for sharing a picture of your ginger beer, enjoy the Pro Membership!
There's few things as refreshing after a hot hike than ginger beer. Good luck keeping the batches small, since it's always consumed so fast :)Thanks for sharing a picture of your ginger beer, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Ginger beer is my cure-all. Glad it help you, too!Thanks for sharing a picture of your ginger beer, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Chili and peppercorns, 1 tablespoon of each. Prepare for fiery satisfaction :) Thanks for sharing a picture of your ginger beer, enjoy the Pro Membership!
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Love that exotic wood. These make great gifts, I'm sure your friends liked them a lot. Thanks for sharing a picture, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Love it! Thanks for sharing a picture, and your Instructable!Enjoy the Pro Membership!
Wow! That turmeric really gives it a pop of color. I love it!Thanks for sharing your brew, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Less sugar, more spice :) That's how I like it, anyway.Thanks for sharing a picture of your brew, looks tasty. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
This can easily scale up, but I've left some measurements vague since people like different levels of spice (I prefer things very spicy, so didn't want to blast out the taste buds of someone sensitive). Your intuition for scaling will work, doubling ingredients and adding water to dilute until your desired taste is achieved.
That flask is a great container for this ginger beer. Thanks for sharing a picture of your brew, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Regal and refined, your majesty.
Wow, what a striking color!
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WARNING: This beverage can be improved with the addition gin
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I'd love to see your results!
You can use cement. I used concrete with the aggregate removed since that's what I had on hand.
You could add fiberglass reinforecement. However, they will still be fragile as the walls are thin.
Already included, it's in step 1 :)
Glad you like them! I'm doing a live webinar of this project next week, June 1 @ 4pm PT. Check the intro for the link :)
Maybe that's what I intended?Just kidding. Thanks for the edit :)
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Those colors are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!
Love those bold color choices. Thanks for sharing your results.So, what's next to dip? :)
Look at the size of that gaping mouth. Terrifying!Thanks for sharing a picture of your watermelon shark, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Oh, sneaky! I thought it was real bacon at first glance :)
Looking good, and having the grandkids help out is such a good idea.Thanks for sharing a picture of your build. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
Smart use of the router to make the pips, but what I'm really impressed with is the custom bucket to hold your dice. Nicely done!Thanks for sharing pictures of your build. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
That looks great!Thanks for sharing a picture of your build. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
I love the way oak looks in projects. Very nicely done!
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Excellent idea! Thanks for sharing, enjoy the Pro Membership!
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That's a very clever twist on this idea. Nice job!
I'm using 1/8" steel stock, joined in a few areas to prevent racking. There might be some stress, but with the limited load from my weight, and the duration of riding, I think it's fine. If I were to make this as something I race regularly there would be more time given to make a design that used much less material. Also, the tube I bent had a kink in it, instead of a smooth radius, making it the area most likely to fail. Thanks for the feedback!
That is amazing. Needs more horse :)
This is a nice design
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