I am going to teach you how to solder copper! Copper is in all sorts of homes and is found in almost every commercial application. I am soldering regular copper plumbing joints. For more basic information, watch my other video on soldering basics. Link is below. This application should only be used in low pressure H2O projects. If you are looking to solder copper for air conditioning or refrigeration, you will need to silver solder or braze the joints. Check my videos to see silver soldering/brazing. Please rate comment and SUBSCRIBE. All music in this project by Dexterboy124. Go to http://www.PLUMBOOGLE.com for a material list for all the products you are going to need to solder.
Join Lori Allred (http://allreddesign.net) as she shows you how to take crafting with vinyl to the next level. She'll share creative ways to glitter and bling out vinyl for home decor and gift giving....
Another "pinteresting" episode with Lori Allred as she shares her takes on how to incorporated "frames" into creating wreaths and other door decor ideas from pins found on Pinterest. #frames #wreaths #doordecor For other inspiring ideas visit Lori's blog at http://allreddesign.net
Thank you for watching this video! Etsy Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/benefitandbless Blog: http://www.melaniehamdesigns.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melaniehamdesigns Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/melanieham Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/melanieham/ Instagram: http://followgram.me/melaniekham/ Materials: Glass Jars Glue - I used Elmers Foam Brush Water Glitter Paper Plate Paper Towel Battery Powered Twinkle lights (optional) Polycrylic Spray Paint Coating (optional) Instructions Glitter inside the jar: Mix the glue and water, about 50/50 ratio, but you don't want it too runny so add more glue if that's the case Pour some of the glue inside the jar and twirl it around getting a good coating. Use a foam brush to get the bottom if needed. Pour in the glitter of your choice Tap the sides and twirl the jar around to get the glitter to stick to the glue, add more glitter if needed. If you have too much excess glue, dump some out onto a paper plate, just wipe the side of the jar with a paper towel. Let the glue dry Spray with the Polycrylic coating if desired. Glitter outside the jar: Use the glue mixture you made and with the foam brush make sure the outside is coated how you desire. Use painters tape or masking tape if you would like a straight line. Sprinkle the glitter onto the glue over a paper plate to catch the extra. Give the jar a good shake once the glue is covered and set aside to dry. Spray with the Polycrylic coating if desired. Add the battery powered twinkle lights to the inside of the jar for a fun decoration. Thank You for Watching!