100 year old recipe I found on youtube: A pound of beeswax, cut up to speed melting. Then take it off the flame and add 8oz of boiled linseed oil and 8oz of turpentine. Stir continuously. As it becomes a paste scoop in to a sealable container. For use on canvas, leather, wood and metal. Waterproofs and protects.
Use a blow torch to create a duo-tone effect on wood. Lay the torch at such an angle that the flame licks across the surface as you move horizontally. After that, wipe it down with a wet cloth and start the staining process. Assemble the legs and the shelves, place a glass top over it, and you’re done!
semi-tired me, and very tired bianca- [B]: (with a grin) I love this song! [me]: omg, me too! it's sooo good [B]: (still grinning) I know!! hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!! [me]: haha, yeah [B]: *still laughing* [me]: haha... wait... why are you laughing anyway?
Sensory fun with fire safety theme: we made little flames out of fun foam and wrote numbers on them. Add a little water to your sensory table so they float and give the children a spray bottle with water in it. The children can squirt the " flame" the number of times the number says, or squirt them in numerical order.