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How to Fix Broken Pottery | Kintsugi Repair

How to fix broken pottery into eye-popping decorations that are literally dripping in gold!

INSTRUCTIONS: http://bit.ly/2eTZwqE

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  1. 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😘

  2. your mug looks shit robert

  3. But i want something clean & natural to fix my garden water bowl pottery that the birds & squirrels drink off !!!

  4. This is the clearest, most concise DIY kintsugi I’ve found and achieves the most polished end result! 🎉❤

  5. The speech impediment makes this unwatchable

  6. What is the name of the narrator?

  7. Excellent tutorial. Thank you!

  8. What a wonderful video and lesson! I know of this technique, but never thought about being able to recreate it!

  9. not trying to be a jerk; but that looks like crap. like glue oozing out of cracks. it's not even gold its a weird shade of yellow.

  10. The first bowl you showed, you used way too much epoxy which is why you have the bumps on the bottom of it.

  11. need to practice? Smash all of your most hated dishes, mix, reassemble like Frankenstein

  12. i broke a tea cup from my tea set and was crying till my dad showed me this

  13. I need to do this to a piece I have. Where can I find a kit to do this?

  14. This video really helped me. I have a ceramic jewelry box that my late grandmother had and hand painted. It's one of the very few things left I have of her. She loved unicorns and thus was riddled with them. My little one recently broke the lid on it and I was a little heart broken. But this gave me the idea on how to fix it. And be able to tell a funny story on how it happened later on in his life. And one he can tell his kids when I hand it down to him, so on and so fourth.

  15. This is fine for decorative pieces, but epoxy isn't safe for something you'll be eating out of https://www.wisebond.com/blogs/epoxy-blog/is-epoxy-food-safe

  16. Beautiful, clear, instructional video, thank you for making and sharing it🌷 Also – in my view – regardless, what is the technique for the 'real' kintsugi, this craft with the idea of wabi-sabi behind it speaks volumes to the modern western world obsessed with perfection. Again thank you for making this video.

  17. It freaks me out how infrequently he blinks.

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