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Blown Glass: They Do Still Make It Like They Used To

Blown art glass is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing hobbies in North America..

Why You Should Race RC Cars, and Not Just Bash

For those of you who have been racing your RC cars for years, and have a friend or two who you have been trying to get out to the RC tracks, this article is for you. Feel free to forward it to them.

Leather Work Tips

For leather work, consider the basics: an awl and spare point, a retractable X-acto knife and spare blades, a retractable knife with a break-off blade and a rotary punch. In addition, you'll need needles, a lump of beeswax and some waxed linen thread.

Be Your Own Way, but Still Use the Safe Tools

It is so often that people are not aware with the tools they use when doing their home improvement. Sometimes they use wrong tools just because they want something quick to be done.

Why Do You Need to Have Your Tools Blade Sharpen After Work

If you like to do wood carving or making sculpture as your hobby, you surely need tools to make your creation. If you just starting this hobby, knowing your tools and how to treat your carving tools probably the best way to make everything easier for you, thus make efficient time when doing your work.

Marking Tools and Laser Marking Machines for Marking on Metals

Marking tools are used for marking metals and non-metal surfaces. Mark can be a company logo designed with alphabets, numeric pattern or any graphical shape.

Kona Cotton: The Quilters & Embroiderers Dream Fabric

What, Exactly, Is Kona Cotton? Kona (R) cotton is a premium, 100% cotton broadcloth from Robert Kaufman Fabrics in Los Angeles. The company introduced the fabric in the 1980's in response to the then rapidly emerging quilting industry, an interest that continues unabated today.

Starting Your Own Scrapbook Club

Before I discovered the world of scrapbooking, I was inexplicably drawn to my local office supply store. I loved to stand in an aisle surrounded by the different colors of copy paper.

How I Spent My Summer Vacation

The song says it all, "Hot Fun in the Summertime." Our summer was certainly full of fun: outdoor barbeques, neighborhood cookouts, making ice cream, 4th of July parades, a trip to grandpa's house, sleeping late, moving my oldest daughter into her first apartment? It never seems like the season is long enough to do everything we want to do.

More Than A Memory- A Legacy

Everyone has that box of pictures either in a close or in a garage. Even worse yet in a magnetic album.

Scrapbooking Those Memories!

You will find scrapbook supplies for photos and pictures in a craft store or online. Scrapbooks are used to combine photos and pictures to make a picture story album.

Working With Leather

This can be as simple & basic Or advanced & professional. There are many books, booklets, pamphlets, reprints, even articles describing how to assemble a simple article cut from a basic design which is purchased as a kit from a supplier.

The Surprising Popularity of Cigar Smoking

The practice of cigar smoking has been on the rise in the U.S.

Preparing For a Leather Craft Project

Once you've decided on your leather craft project, you'll need the right tools and room to do the work. Being prepared ahead of time will make your task more enjoyable and give you a sense of satisfaction when you're done.

How To Make a Pinata

MATERIALS: A Large Round or Oval Balloon, Newspaper, torn into 1 inch by 6-8" inch strips. White computer paper or paper towels, torn into strips. Flour and water mixture for paper Mache paste, Salt, Vegetable oil, Paint, Tissue paper, Crepe paper, String or yarn for hanging. INSTRUCTIONS: Prepare your work surface with a layer of newspaper you can discard, or an old plastic tablecloth you can wipe clean of goop and spills which are part of this messy project! Tear several pages of newspaper into strips, approximately 1 inch wide by 6-8 inches long. Don't try to be neat and cut them with scissors; the torn edges will adhere more closely and give a smoother overall surface to the finished piņata.

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