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Here's how the girls from FreshWaveTV created beeswax candles!
7 Mar 2007
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The comb foundation mill is used for embossing plain and pure beeswax sheets with the exact cell outlin of the honeycomb for fixing into the frames of a beehive. Such embossed comb foundation sheet from a base for the bees to build up new combs. This helps to conserve the energies of bees to secure drawn-out combs of adequate cell-size duly related to natural body-size of local races of bees for. The main structure of the comb foundation mill consist of two rollers fixed horizontally close together in a cast iron frame. The surface of these rollers has a honeycomb cell design which embosses the comb foundation sheet. Please visit our website http://www.beekeeping-tools.com to know more.
13 Oct 2012
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official video to the single 'sun' - taken from the EP 'kings & idiots' by beeswaxpolish. www.beeswaxpolish.net
4 Sep 2008
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http://www.weightlosssurgerychannel.com None of Your Business! It's inevitable that people are going to talk about you – but what they have to say should be of no real concern to you. In this episode, host Craig Thompson reminds us that your job is to do the right thing, no matter what anyone else thinks, and let other people’s opinions take care of themselves. He encourages viewers to “dance your heart out” without worrying about who is watching.
6 Nov 2009
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6 Aug 2009
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is not usually made of beeswax which is often used for polishing furniture Bikini wax is not really for polishing at all Instead it is applied to the pubic region just outside the bounds of the underwear swimsuit thong or bikini This wax is extremely sticky and when pulled off tends to remove any hair attached to it
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http://ShortWayTo.com/candle-making/ - How To Make Candles Guide Step-by-Step Instructions. Make Your Own Candles From Scratch With Our Easy To Use Make Candles Guide. Candle Making For Beginners And Tips And Tricks For Experts. candle making how to make candles votive candles floating candles scented candles pillar candles soy candles wedding candles yankee candles glass candles birthday candles beeswax candles jar candle gel candle wax candles decorative candles oil candles flameless candles christmas candles
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This video shows my process for making an illustration (non tradigital). I use illustration markers (usually prismacolor) and color pencils (usually prisma once again) and a wax blending stick. I make my illustrations in two steps. Step 1- I observe my reference drawings or photos and try to see what lies beneath. There is no way to blend markers in the same way that one can blend paint (ironically even with a marker blender) so I lie down the base tones with markers (the first layer). Step 2- Is created with color pencils. Color pencils are mixable / blendable and I mix the color pencils directly above my marker drawing. I use the wax stick to finish the surface and tie everything together. Achromatic- Black, white and greys. Artwork that is executed without color. Acrylic- Thicker and stronger than tempera or watercolor paint, Acrylic is a water-based "plastic" paint. Albumen Print- This printing process is used in photography printing processes. Egg whites are used in the emulsion. Alternative Process- This photography term covers approximately 35 different processes for the final unconventional effect. Armature- A structure used beneath something else for support. For example, a sculptor might create a clay sculpture with a wood or wire armature beneath it as support. Think about the frame of a house being constructed before all of the brick or siding is built on top. Artists Proof- A small group of outstanding prints for the artists use which have been set aside from the edition prints. Basic color principles- All color theory is based on the principle that 'color is light'. An object that we see as red contains pigmentation which absorbs all of the colored rays of white light except the red color, which it reflects. White pigment absorbs none of the colored rays, and black absorbs all of the colors of the spectrum. Balance-An art and design principle concerned with the arrangement of one or more elements in a work of art so that they appear symmetrical (even) or asymmetrical (uneven) in design and proportion. Batik- Parrafin or beeswax is used to resist paint or dye on fabric or paper. Designs and patterns are produced on the unwaxed areas. Bisque- When clay has its first firing in a kiln, it is called bisque ware. At this point, the clay has changed composition and can no longer have water added to it and turned back into a useable material. Black- The complete absence of light. Because of impurities, you can not create black with pigments. In most black pigments, the is a slight blue trace. A black surface absorbs all light. Brayer- In printmaking, a Brayer is a roller which is used to apply ink to printing surfaces. Brushes- Brush styles are designated by a letter following a series number. Some basic brushes to meet your needs: F- Flats, square edge, long bristle B- Brights, flat, square-edged, long sable R - Rounds, pointed bristle L- Longs, flat, square-edge, long sable Filberts- Flat, oval edge, long fibre Canvas- Fabrics that are prepared for painting. Available in panels, stretched on frames, or obtained by the yard. Ceramics- Used to describe the shaping, finishing and firing of clay. Charcoal and Conte Crayon- In stick form, both give you a very strong, dark line. A disadvantage to these crayons is that they break easily and tend to smudge. Can be found is stick form as well. Chop- An impression made by the artist, or by the printer seal. Chroma- This is the intensity, or strength, or purity of a color. Squeezing paint directly from the tube to the palette is 'full chroma'. Cibachrome- A process where a photographic print can be made directly from a color transparency. Coil method in clay- As one of the oldest methods used in the formation of pottery, long strands of clay are laid on top of one another, joined by blending the coils together. Collage- Collage is from the French meaning "paste up". The combination of pieces of cloth, magazines and other found objects to create artwork. Collograph- This name is derived from the word 'collage'. It is an image built up with glue and other materials. Color- When light is reflected off an object, color is what the eye sees. The primary colors are red, yellow and blue. The secondary colors are orange, purple and green. Complementary Colors- Complementary colors are those which appear opposite to one another on a color wheel. The complimentary colors are red and green, blue and orange, and yellow and purple. Composition The arrangement of lines, colors and form. Conte The modern pencil lead invented by Nicolas Conte. It is a black, red or brown chalk.
14 Nov 2010
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Our Railroad Spike Bottle Openers are eye-catching, unique, and make fabulous gifts for your beer-drinking friends. Each bottle opener is hand-forged from an old railroad spike which was collected from an abandoned railroad line. http://www.vat19.com/dvds/railroad-spike-bottle-opener.cfm?adid=youtube The forging process requires heating the steel spike to 2400 degrees Fahrenheit. Several custom tools were designed to create the bottle-opening claw as well as the twisted design on the handle. Due to the hand-forging process, there will be slight variations between each opener. A thin coating of pure beeswax is added for protection and a bit of coloring.
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The Cobblestone Manor is a celebrated bed and breakfast and restaurant in Cardston, Alberta. Belgian carpenter Henry Hoet purchased the original log home in 1913, and added round cobblestones from local Lee Creek -- as well as fireplaces using beeswax for the rock work. Learn about Hoet's dedication and the beautiful manor, which is now a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike. Want to plan your trip to Canada? Visit http://www.canada.travel
14 Dec 2009
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Wood turning tips and projects with Carl Jacobson. Wood turning basics on a Lathe with basic wood turning tools. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project with beeswax and mineral oil finish.
24 Mar 2010
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Wood turning tips and projects with Carl Jacobson. Wood turning basics on a Lathe with basic wood turning tools. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project with beeswax and mineral oil finish.
23 Mar 2010
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Wood turning tips and projects with Carl Jacobson. Wood turning basics on a Lathe with basic wood turning tools. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project with beeswax and mineral oil for a superb finish.
23 Mar 2010
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Wood turning tips and projects with Carl Jacobson. Wood turning basics on a Lathe with basic wood turning tools. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project with beeswax and mineral oil for a superb finish.
23 Mar 2010
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Wood turning tips and projects with Carl Jacobson. Wood turning basics on a Lathe with basic wood turning tools. Taking you from start to finish with a ruff piece of wood to your sanded and finished project with beeswax and mineral oil for a superb finish. Making a stand for a turned box
26 Mar 2010
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