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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Patricia A. Ziegler 
 
 Article Title :: Make-it-Yourself Flower Pot Wind Chimes
 
These natural-looking flower pot wind chimes will add a touch of charm to any porch or breezeway. They are simple to make, and can be left out in all weathers. Best of all, they cost you nearly nothing! Here's all you need: Five clay flowerpots in varying sizes, none larger than 4 inches diameter (you may already have a few of these lying around the yard!) Wooden beads (from the crafts store). For a complete set of chimes, you will need five beads of 3/4 inches diameter, and ten beads of 5/8 inch diameter. Two or three plastic salad container covers (from the salad bar). Five one-inch plastic curtain rings (Bates makes these of Luxite, and a package of   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jean Fritz 
 
 Article Title :: Tons of Tomatoes From A Small Space
 
Want to grow a ton of tomatoes, but plagued by evil soil or limited space? The Japanese Tomato Ring allows you to grow 5 lush plants in a space 3" x 3", which should supply any family with tomatoes from summer through frost. Basically, the Japanese Tomato Ring takes advantage of two things - your compost pile, and the tomato plant's propensity to grow roots along its stem. The ring allows your compost pile to provide your plants with support and food while its contents decompose and create soil for next season. The growing plants disguise the compost pile and actually make it attractive. Build your tomato ring with 4’ tall heavy-gage chicken wire and four to six strong bamboo or plastic   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Patricia A. Ziegler 
 
 Article Title :: Make it Tonight! Glowing Glass Jar Party Lights
 
Let these festive glass jar party lights set a magical mood at your next outdoor gathering! They cost very little, last for years, and are so quick and easy to do, you'll want to make several, all in different colors. Here's what you'll need for each: empty glass jar approximately 7 feet of 20-gauge copper or brass wire short length of 22-gauge wire electric drill pliers large cup hook with long shank glass stain paints short, fat candle approx. 1/2 cup of sand How to Do It:Loop the 7-foot length of 20-gauge wire into a circle. Hook the two ends together with pliers. Bend the wire circle in half   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Valerie Goettsch 
 
 Article Title :: ONLINE PHOTO SHARING: NOT JUST FOR FAMILY AND VACATION PHOTOS
 
You may have joined the photo-sharing craze to share your family vacation photos, but have you thought about other uses for photo sharing? Here are just a few ideas: Scrapbooking: Show off your creative projects. You can design scrapbook pages and enhance them with clipart using software like Paint Shop Photo Album or FotoFinish and then upload them to a photo sharing site for everyone to enjoy. Hobbies: Perhaps you belong to a cross-stitching club or the other end of the spectrum, a motorcycle or classic car club. You can share your best cross-stitch projects or pictures of you with your Harley or '57 Chevy with other club members. Class Reunions: What better way to share reunion phot  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: www.Craft-Ideas-Guide.com 
 
 Article Title :: Discover How To Quilt
 
In order to learn how to quilt you must first understand how a quilt is made. Basically a quilt is a sandwich that consists of three layers. The top of the quilt is a decorative layer created from small fabric pieces or 'patches' sewn together in a creative and artistic manner. The second layer is the batting. Batting is a cozy thermal layer of matted cotton, wool, polyester or silk fibers that give the quilt warmth and volume. The third layer is the backing that is made from one continuous piece of fabric. Quilting is the stitching which holds the three layers of the quilt 'sandwich' together while forming a decorative design. Quilting can be done either by hand or machine. The   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Johann Erickson 
 
 Article Title :: Attract birds to your yard with Bird Feeders
 
Bird feeders are a great way to add some visual interest to your yard or patio. Not only do bird feeders add color and a finishing touch to your outdoor decor, but they are a source of relaxing entertainment as well. There are bird feeders available in every style, from elegant to country, from natural to whimsical. A bird feeder is a simple way to set a mood in your yard or to complement an ongoing theme. The variety of bird feeders available is nearly endless. To decide which style of bird feeder is right for you, first consider what type of birds you want to attract, and then what style would complement your yard or patio. For a formal garden you may want to choose   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Johann Erickson 
 
 Article Title :: Decorating with Shabby Chic
 
Are you ready to redecorate but have a limited budget? Do you have some great furniture but nothing matches? Do you love antiques but not stiff formal decor? Then think Shabby Chic, a fun decorating style that solves all these dilemmas and more. Shabby Chic is one of the hottest trends in decorating, and for good reason. It is versatile, easy, and inexpensive. Shabby Chic is based on simplicity -- simple color themes combined with your favorite furniture and art. Shabby Chic can be anything you want it to be, and is a great way to bring your personal style to any room. Most Shabby Chic decor is based on a white-on-white or beige-on-beige theme. Soft pastels are often used as accent colo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Steve Enlow 
 
 Article Title :: Turning yard waste into gold.
 
Turning yard waste into gold. Organic Composting What is Compost? Composting is the transformation of organic material through decomposition into a soil-like material called compost. Insects, earthworms, and bacteria help in transforming the material into humus. Composting is a natural form of recycling, which continually occurs in nature. A compost pile is actually a fast-track method of changing crude organic materials into something resembling soil, called humus. Compost making is a simple process. Done properly it becomes a natural part of your gardening or yard maintenance activities, as much so as mowing the lawn. Making compost does not have to take any more effort than bagging u  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Got-Content - Andrew Constantine 
 
 Article Title :: Finding Boating Items Online is Quick and Easy.
 
Got-Content.com interviews Alex James about the informational website he has created around the topic of inflatable boats and kayaks online. Alex is an average guy that has a small business in ‘small town U.S.A.’ . When looking to create his first informational site, a hobby of his was chosen to build the website around. Got-Content.com:  “Alex, what inspired you to build a site about boats and kayaks?” Alex:  “Mainly it’s a hobby of mine to take off for a few hours on the weekend and hit the water with my inflatable kayak. I have a Sea Eagle 380x and spend as much time as I can on the water, fishing or just paddling the waters of a small pond that I stumble upon. The g  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Elaine Clay 
 
 Article Title :: The Power Of Scrapbook Journaling
 
By journaling your pages you will transform an ordinary collection of photographs into a vibrant and visual storyboard - telling the stories behind the pictures, revealing hidden memories and emotions. It will give your scrapbooks a unique and intimate feel, it is this personal touch that turns your albums into something very special. That is the power of scrapbooking journaling and why it is one of the most important elements of your scrapbooks. What to write… When you are doing your scrapbook journaling think about the people who will read it in the future. Try and remember that they weren't there, give them as many details as you can so that they can relive your memories and stori  (read full article)
 
 
 
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