How do I age cheap shiny jingle bells?
I have some large, cheap, shiny jingle bells I want to "age". They were inexpensive and I don't want to purchase special chemicals or finishes to make them look old. There must be something I have around the house that can take the "new" off of them, I'm not crafty or clever enough to figure it out. I appreciate any help I can get. Thanks, friends!
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