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Very Butterfield-ish! It looks fantastic, how did you attach the driftwood to the frame, with screws? Nice work!
I'm guessing your friend does not plan on cutting food on this counter because urathane is not food safe. And it will get cuts in it that will probably start to chip away over time. Why not finish with a good beeswax and food grade mineral oil combo? Tho I also wonder about staining a surface that will be used for cutting...Otherwise I like your video, especially where you talk about mistakes and how you remedy them.
I've made it with water and sugar and baking soda, do a search for "honeycomb" and you'll see different recipes.Yum.
Just did! I had to wait until it published, took a few hours. Not sure it compares at all with the other entries, but I'm hoping it's simplicity carries some weight.Thanks for your comment!
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YOur scarves are beautiful. I've been trying to dye silk according to your instructions and am wondering if the KIND of leaf is important. I've been experimenting with ferns and grapeleaves and some others that grow in the yard, but I'm not getting good results, the leaves hardly show. Is there something about maples and sumac that works better than the stuff I'm trying?I'm frustrated because I don't know which variable is not working in the process. I'll not give up tho, I have ideas about what to try, but thought I'd ask--maybe you have a suggestion for me.Thanks!
I used to make doormats from bike innertubes and got them by the bagload from the local bike shops. They'd save up all the flat tire repair tubes and I'd collect once a week. I still have innertubes! Useful for many things-like tying around saplings when staking them out.
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I made this yesterday, I love it! Thanks for the instructions.
I have a wall hanging out on the back porch, similar idea but I didn't fuss with the different heights of the ends. It was very easy to do and it feels rustic. Pieces did crack over time, but I like that look too! Wood was probably still a bit green when I made it.
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