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A Dremel VersaTip soldering iron will cost you R549 from www.tools4wood.co.za and you can use this for wood burning your own decorative projects. Turn branches into secret trinket boxes or burn detailing into wooden chopping boards. - See more at: http://www.home-dzine.co.za/craft/craft-valentine15.html#sthash.3SW1OqsE.dpuf
SATIN TIP ORGANZA MUM. Photo tutorial. Wide satin ribbon is joined to wide organza ribbon. Template for petals is empty retractable razor scraper. Use hot knife fabric cutter to cut arch shaped pieces. Fold tip of satin ribbon back and shape into petal. Fuse at base with a touch of hot knife. Attach petals to a round piece of organza to form base. Fuse succeeding rows of petals to the base, again by touching the hot knife to the organza. The result is gorgeous!
Use low-temp soldering techniques with soft solder wire to create "bezels" for broken china as well as beach glass, pebbles, crystals, found objects & more. - from Broken China Jewelry: Use Low-Temp Soldering Techniques to Make Jewelry with Laura Beth Love - Jewelry Making Daily
Soldering Basics and "The Ten Commandments" For Electronic Soldering These are two sequential pages from the same site. With the Maker phenomenon in full swing, there is a need for helpful tips like these. Kids should not solder without supervision. Adults who have never soldered (and kids) need to know these tips. Going in Life Skills and in Technology.
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How clever is this? Old spoons, forks, a couple of knives and a soldering iron, and you can make these garden ornaments. Discover a world full of free opportunities by viewing our “Recycling” album on our site at http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/recycled-and-repurposed/recycled-a-world-of-free-opportunities/ Trash or Treasure? Let us know in the comments section.