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Have you ever asked yourself, "Can I tumble marbles or glass in a rock tumbler?" or "Can I use sand or grit?" The answer is YES! I experimented to see which tumbling media - sand (on the left) or stage 1 60/90 grit (on the right) - makes better faux sea glass using marbles and other glass pieces. I used my rock tumbler to transform marbles into pretty frosted glass. One tumbler barrel is filled with sand and the other is filled with grit. Which do you think tumbled better sea glass with the marbles?
Happy tumbling! 😁👍🏻🪨⛏️
I made these for two of the most important people in my life and I like them so much I wanted to share with someone. They have movable glitter inside and I love the idea. I wish I could add video here tp explain.
Sorry the quality is bad, my phone camera sucks lol
I have a patch of a school mascot, but it's the wrong color. I colored it with sharpie and it's perfect. I want to put this iron-on patch on a shirt, but I'm wondering if when I wash it, will the ink color wash out? If I set it with heat, wont that help the ink stay on the patch? Anyone have any experience with this? It's going from yellow to orange, so not a big difference. Thanks to anyone who can help!
I am needing to make the item pictured here. It says that Michael’s should have them, but I just checked with mine and they do not. Does anyone know where else I could get this in a store? Or even something that would work similarly/able to be painted to color. Thanks!
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I have an old birthday card I'd like to frame and in a perfect world I'd like to be able to see both the front and the inside without having to take the card out of the frame. I have no idea if this is even reasonable without taking the card apart. Any ideas or suggestions. Thanks!
So in my head an open me when journal is something that contains letters for future me to open. It has things such as ‘open me when you fall in love’ ‘open me when you turn 18’ ‘open me when you get into college’ and so on. And I need ideas on what to add into the book. If people could give me suggestions, it would be very much appreciated :))