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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Dave Markel 
 
 Article Title :: Building a Wood Ladder
 
This is a simple project that should only take a couple of hours to complete. Start by clamping the two 12' - 2x4's. The rungs are notched into the 2x4 upright 1-1/8" so we need to mark out notches. The top and bottom rungs are 8" from the ends. This is the top of the upper rung and the bottom of the lower one. Offset these marks 2-1/2" (the width of the 2x3 rungs). Now measure out for the rest of the rungs. Lay your tape measure on the 8" mark made earlier and measure 16" increments. These marks represent the center of the intermediate rungs. Offset these marks 1-1/4" on either side. Square off the marks you have just made down the face of the 2x4 uprights. Square your marks across the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Eileen Bergen 
 
 Article Title :: How to Create Your Own "Line" of Greeting Cards
 
How to Create Your Own "Line" of Greeting Cards By: Eileen Bergen http://www.theartfulcrafter.com [Illustrations located at http://www.theartfulcrafter.com /cards.html] Do you like to design and print your own greeting cards using any of the popular graphics programs available? Do you want some recognition for your work? Maybe even a backdoor way to supplement your income? Why give the company that made the program all the credit? Make your greeting cards uniquely yours by creating your own logo. Then every card you send or sell will have your personal advertisement attached. You can easily do so using your greeting cards program’s "Back Page Art" or create your own logo from scratc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Candee Stark 
 
 Article Title :: Make Golden Christmas Trees
 
Golden Christmas Tree Several Years ago while I was shopping for Christmas I stopped dead in my tracks when I saw the holiday arrangements at the department store I was in. I was dazzled by the sight, golden branches wrapped in twinkling white lights. The idea was so simple but yet absolutely beautiful. Within a moment I decided I would re-create it at home. Once home, I took a walk in the woods to gather the necessary branches and the other materials were easily found at my local craft store. I created three trees that year and placed them on my front porch; two smaller ones on the left side of the door and a larger one to the right. The effect was just what   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jakob Jelling 
 
 Article Title :: Underwater digital cameras
 
Underwater photography's is primarily focused towards entertaining and informing the people and the users themselves about what is happening in the world of under water with the aid of photography. The advent of digital cameras has opened up new horizons for such ventures. These digital cameras are not only handy and sleek but also they offer a spectral range of features that helps the underwater photographers in their work a lot. In this discussion these special features of underwater digital cameras are necessarily been revealed and done justice to! Looking at the grass root level some of the main features that the users of the underwater digital cameras must necessarily seek are as foll  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Lisa Maliga 
 
 Article Title :: Melt & Pour Glycerin Soapcrafting: What You Need to Know
 
Crafting melt & pour glycerin soap looks effortless and is the perfect gift to give any time of the year. Better yet, why not just start making and selling it? Apparently, some over-enthusiastic people think that because glycerin soap is so easy to craft; it can be sold with little to no preliminary testing. After you’ve made your first batch you might be just beginning your way to rivaling Primal Elements, yet you’re nowhere near ready to sell. Your Soap Base Melt and pour soap base is premade. This means that you can buy a small amount, cut off a piece, and use it to wash your hands. However, most of us see this as just the first step into creating wonderful looking bars, slabs, dom  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Thomas Yoon 
 
 Article Title :: What You Should Know about SMAW!
 
In shielded metal-arc welding, the intense heat from an electric arc is used to melt and fuse metals to form a weld. It is one of the oldest and most widely used welding processes. Although used chiefly for joining iron and mild steels, shielded metal-arc welding is well suited to maintenance tasks because the equipment is relatively inexpensive, simple to operate, and can be used for welding many different kinds of metals. Below, you will find explanations describing the shielded metal-arc welding process and how the welding machines and accessories are set up and used. You will also find information on selecting an electrode. The personal safety equipment and precautions are also descri  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: by Laura Thykeson - Owner of "Ice Originals II" 
 
 Article Title :: SIGNED VS. UNSIGNED-BUYING VINTAGE JEWELRY, ART
 
There is always a large debate between the “real” collectors, and your basic lover of beautiful items...should you buy items that are signed by well known and highly sought after designers and artists, or should you just buy what you love and what appeals to you, whether signed or not? The answer usually lies in how fat your wallet is, and the reason you are buying in the first place. Highly sought after designers, especially in jewelry and art, are both usually very highly over-priced, as well as you often run the risk of getting a “knock-off” either at the ignorance of the seller, or the actual attempt to lead you astray of your hard-earned money. While I am on this subject, it   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Lisa Maliga 
 
 Article Title :: Make Gift Baskets For Fun & Profit
 
Putting together lovely gift baskets is the way to give a memorable gift to anyone at any time of the year. Now you can assemble gift baskets, and at a very low price! Baskets come in a variety of shapes from traditional round to oval, square, heart-shaped, and circular. Some have a couple of handles, others are colored brightly, while still more baskets are as natural as the reeds that make them up. Of course not all baskets are made from reeds; you’ll find those made from plastic, metal, tin, fabric, or combinations thereof. Basic Baskets Decide what item[s] will be going into that gift basket. Group the items together. It is best if the largest items are in the center or at the back,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Gordon Brenzil 
 
 Article Title :: Choosing The Right Digital Camera For You
 
Let's get something straight right out of the box. If you're looking to buy a new digital camera, you don't really have to be an expert in pixels and mega pixels and all that kind of stuff. If you expect to find that kind of deep technical discussion here, you're in the wrong place. Actually, there's a whole lot of stuff you don't really need to know before tackling the daunting task of choosing the right digital camera for you. First of all, forget all the high-tech jargon. It's mostly a lot of sales hype anyway. Choosing a good unit is pretty simple really...pretty much all you have to remember is that the higher the mega pixel rating on the front of the camera, the bigger picture you can  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Darby Higgs 
 
 Article Title :: Australian wine is more than Yellow Tail
 
The [yellow tail] range of wines have taken the world by storm. And so they should. They are excellent Australian wines which are consistently good. They have clearly won the battle for everyday wines at their particular price range. But they are a made from classical French grape varieties, Chardonnay, Riesling, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. As such they represent the successes of Australian winemaking in the 1980s and 1990s. What will be the wines of the new century? As the wine boom of the 1990s in Australia unfolded, a quiet revolution was taking place. The area planted to grapes expanded rapidly to underpin massive increases in production and exports of Australian wine. But a large  (read full article)
 
 
 
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