To clean silver jewelry Boil water, while waiting for water to boil, slightly crinkle up aluminum foil, place it on bottom of dish. Put jewelry in single layer - make sure silver is touching foil. Sprinkle Baking Soda over everything. Pour in boiling water. Will see bubbling, notice rotten egg odor Using wooden/plastic spoon, gently move silver around, flip over, etc, make sure it touches aluminum foil. Once clean, remove jewelry, rinse under tap water Dry pieces off with soft towel
DIY Jewelry Cleaner-nice foaming action. Worked awesome 1 T salt, 1T baking soda, 1 T dish soap, cup of water (heated 2 min in micro) bowl with tin foil (dont know why but that was what it said). Let sit for 10 min and rinse in cool water.
Great little summer project for kids: The fastest, easiest friendship bracelet - neon pink mason's line is used here, along with dark gold yarn. Just tie the ends together, or make a simple slide closure using the same knot ( http://honestlywtf.com/diy/diy-macrame-bracelet/ ) Adding beads would be interesting. . . . . ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/ . . . . #handmade #jewelry #knotting #macrame
UPPLIES NEEDED Glass bottles (almost any glass bottle will work, just be sure it’s not too thin) 1/2-inch replacement torch wicks 1/2-inch x 3/8-inch copper coupling with stop 1/2-inch copper tube cap 1/2-inch teflon tape 1-2 bags of marbles (I found mine at the dollar store!) Tiki fuel 1/2-inch funnel (optional, but it sure helps!)