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I just had my first baby on Tuesday, and I'm most excited to try the wipe juice!
Toggle Commented Dec 18, 2011 on LuSa Organics Giveaway at Clean.
My current favorite bag is an old(ish) Etienne Agner leather purse that my mom gave me maybe 15 years ago, when I first started taking an interest in purses. It's just the right size to carry everything I need without letting me carry too much, and it has a beautiful weathered look to it after years of use. HOWEVER, I have a feeling it's about to be replaced by a Petunia Picklebottom bag I picked up second-hand in anticipation of the birth of my first baby, due any day now!
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This is crazy but I've been a blog reader without realizing there was a product line! I'm so happy to have found that out, though! Just in time for my first little one to arrive, too. Thanks for the giveaway, hah!
Toggle Commented Sep 24, 2011 on LuSa Organics Coupon Code and Giveaway! at Clean.
Today’s post features a video by Kevin Caron, a self-taught, successful art welder in Arizona. He regularly posts videos to YouTube, and this video was done in response to a question he’d received on a previous video about whether to “push the puddle” or “lead the puddle” while welding. If you’ve done any MIG welding at all, you’ve worked with “the puddle” - whether you knew it or not. The puddle is the melted metal from the wire in your welder - the actual substance of the weld. As you know, in the process of welding, the puddle moves along... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2011 at Welding Resources and Tips
Welding is one of those skills that can have countless practical applications. That, plus a little bit of do-it-yourself spirit, can lead to all sorts of problem-solving abilities that you can put to use in your own home or shop. Odds are that if you’re a regular reader of Weld My World, you’re a welder. But in addition to being a welder, are you what your friends might call a “car person”? If so, don’t miss the books we’re featuring today. We’ve compiled a list of books for welders who are interested in applying their welding skills to motor vehicles.... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2011 at Welding Resources and Tips
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Aug 26, 2011