Paper Mache Spring Craft: Easter Egg!
What is more fun than getting your hands gooey and slimy with paper mache product? Paper mache paste is used for so many great projects but with spring forging ahead I want to bring to you just one for now: a paper mache Easter egg. This is an easy craft project with multiple steps. The base is a balloon and you can even fill it with candy or use a really big balloon and make it a pinata. This craft is good for all ages, preschoolers and above, in child care centers, elementary schools, and home schools.How to Create the Best Father’s Day Present
Our father is the partner of our mother. Fathers serve as the foundation of a family. They are strong and they love their children dearly. Like mothers do, they sacrifice a lot to provide the basic needs necessitated by their children. Food, water, shelter, and clothing are the reasons why we live. These are provided by our parents without expecting something in return.Threads Are Binding Us Together
The binding of your baby quilt is the last part that keeps those loose threads from showing, but last does not mean least! You should put as much thought into the bind of your baby quilt as you do into the actual baby quilt.Quilting for Beginners – 3 Essential Tools
Quilting beginners will find 3 items that they absolutely have to have on hand as they begin their first quilting expedition. Don’t underestimate the importance of purchasing these three seemingly simple tools correctly!Collecting Wemyss Pottery
Two men laid the foundations of Wemyss’ success – Robert Methven Heron (1833-1906) and Karel Nekola (1857-1915). Heron came from a long line of potters in Kirkcaldy, Fife, made frequent trips to Paris and was said to be ‘well known’ in London society. Robert Heron secured the exclusive English sales of Wemyss ware to London China retailer Thomas Goode and it was also Heron who took the rather unusual step of inviting Bohemian artists to Fife in 1880 to decorate pottery.Love Yard Sales? Tips for a Profitable Yard Sale
With spring on the way, people want to get organized. Time to get rid of all the junk that has accumulated around the house and garage. A yard sale is a good way to get rid of unwanted stuff in the house and garage…Coin Holders Start the Treasure Hunt Out Right
For some people, coins are simply junk with little to no value. They think that they have no use and cannot be traded anymore. But coins contain years of historical worth, which makes them very valuable and in demand. The number of collectors is increasing by the day because of the satisfaction and contentment that collecting brings to one’s mind and soul.How to Make Silver Jewelry
This article is the first in a series of articles which will outline how to make Silver pendants from their inception to how they’re cast through the lost wax casting process. In this segment of the series I’ll summarize my method of sculpting jewelry items in wax and my thoughts on the sculpting/carving process, materials, tools and how to get started if your new to this.Ready To Start A Candle Making Business?
Are you planning to start your own candle making business? Good, because there is money to be made – even today – making candles.Beginners Guide to RC Model Planes – Learn to Fly RC Model Planes
Ever been in a plane crash and survived – I have. Flying RC model planes can be a blast – or it can be, well, not so much fun. Watching your brand new cool looking $500.00 (or more) jet go crashing into the ground – well that’s just not much fun. Here’s 5 simple tips that can help keep you in the air.Where to Find or Buy Old Beer Cans
Are you new to collecting old beer cans? Learn where the pros find their cans for free and how to buy them for the best prices!Cricut Comparisons – Which One To Buy?
There are now 5 Cricut machine models. They are all made by the Provo Craft company. How do you know which one to buy? Should you start small or go big right off the bat? I am going to give you the facts of each one in simple terms so that you can make your own decision on what’s best for you. We are going to talk about the 4 basic machines. There is now a Cricut Cake machine, but it is so similar to the Cricut Expression, that I am not going to cover that one specifically.