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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Laura Kay 
 Article Title :: Tips For Selling at Craft Shows
About the only thing I enjoy more than creating my bead jewelry at home is selling my bead jewelry at local craft shows and fairs! I've attended hundreds of craft shows and partipated in fair number myself. I am always dismayed, however, to see beautiful jewelry and pieces that don't sell at shows simply because the artisan forgot some very basic rules of working at craft shows. Here are some of the helpful pieces of advice and tips I can offer to the beginner bead jewelry artist and anyone else who is just starting out selling to craft shows: 1. Know Your Audience: Try to get a sense of what sort of crowd you are going to encounter at your upcoming craft show and cater your inventory to   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Bill Hirst 
 Article Title :: Give Your Customers More Than Promises
Almost all customers love free stuff. This is a lesson that I learned many years ago. I always try to offer a customer something that is free. Customers remember the free item more than items that they buy. Of all the different types of adds that I have run over the years, its the free offers that people cut out and save. After all think about ccoupons that people save. They don't collect product adds they will collect coupons. That is why I like to always advertise my free items. I even plan days around free give aways. When customers are at nursery I will even make up a free offer on the spot many times such as when I ask the customer, " Do you know what day it is? Do you know its free LI  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Bill Hirst 
 Article Title :: A New E-Commerce.com- Hunting Site For Meteorites
Our family has just started a new web site to promote our Ranches for meteorite hunting. In the next year we will open app. 50,000 acres of private lands to meteorite hunters. We beleive that this hunt is a great way to explore the universe. Find rocks from far away places. Each year ten of thousands of meteorites hit the earth. They are worth big dollars to the finders. In fact they are worth more than gold. You might say they are black gold. This is your chance to find one. You also will be able to say that you have entered the Twilight Zone. Did you ever go on a strange vacation? Well this one is out of this world. When you come to Truth or Consequences to see the new space station th  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Andrea Stephenson 
 Article Title :: Things To Do With Newspaper
Back in my teaching days we were always looking for ways to make education entertaining on a low budget. However, the idea that follows is not just useful for educators but also anybody who is looking for something to pass a rainy day indoors without having your children glued to the television. You will need: As much newspaper as possible Tape Some picture books / magazines showing clothing The first step is to be realistic. Choose a picture of a costume that will present a challenge but is within the abilities of the age range carrying out the project. It may be a supermodel's latest fantastic showpiece from Milan or a historical outfit: a Samurai, a Geisha and a Victorian lady's crino  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Todd Harris 
 Article Title :: Hatching and Cross-Hatching
Hatching and Cross-hatching Hatching is a shading method where lines are in a series of either parallel or radiating. Hatching is making a set of close parallel lines. When hatching, an artist's pencil moves in a rhythmic manner to get the lines evenly spaced, gradually making the lines longer and then shorter in length. Hatching is a skill that requires a lot of practice and still can be difficult in certain situations, even for the skilled artist. Hatching is a little different for right- handed artists, than left- handed ones. For the right- handed artist, hatching is done the easiest by the diagonal running from the lower left to the upper right. Left- handed artists usually the opp  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Todd Harris 
 Article Title :: Shading Made Simple!
Shading Shading is an important skill for every artist to develop. Shading requires certain tools and steps to be developed in order to master. The ability to shade is determined on how well you can see value relationships, along with a basic understanding of how light works. Value, or how light or dark something is, is relative. Like many things artists experience, no single value can exist by itself. Our eye will automatically lighten or darken. A medium grey will look almost white next to black and very dark next to white. When determining value, it is important to squint or open your eyes very wide. This keeps you from focusing in on a single value and look at all of the value rel  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Todd Harris 
 Article Title :: How to Contour Draw and the Benefits
How to Contour Draw and the Benefits... Making a contour drawing may seem a little overwhelming or pointless to you. Let me say there are a great many advantages and lessons learned through doing these drawings. First, let's discuss what a contour drawing is. Before you can draw the human form, or anything else for that matter, you must be able to see it accurately. Contour drawing is a tool that helps artists develop this skill through the sense of sight and sense of touch. The contour is the edge of the model in space, or in more simple terms, it is the outline or horizon of the form. Contour is more than the outline; it shows forms within overlapping other forms and so on. It create  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Robbie Darmona 
 Article Title :: Different Embroidery Frames
There are different types of embroidery frames. Sometimes, the mere choosing of the most proper embroidery frame for your canvas can be as exasperating as the stitching itself. That is why you should be presented with the various opportunities that different embroidery frames offer. The first opportunity is not to pick up any embroidery frame. In some cases frames are not necessary, as in canvas work, like painted canvas kits, tassels and Hapsberg lace samples. Another thing to have in mind is that embroidery frames differ in their price. The inexpensive frames are suitable in some cases, but can be inappropriate in more sophisticated embroidery projects. The inexpensive frames are Ring   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Carmel Baird 
 Article Title :: The More You Sew The More You Collect.
The More You Sew The More You Collect. Don't we collect a lot? The more you sew, the more you collect. There are the threads, before we go any further, while we are on about threads, don't be tempted to buy up cheap threads when they are on special. No use sewing with good fabric and using cheap sewing thread, it has a habit of fuzzing and breaking when you don't want it to. For storing anything to do with your sewing, you need to be able to see what you are looking for. So containers that are clear and zip lock plastic lunch bags can get you organised very quickly. The zip lock bags come in various sizes and you can also get the 'throwaway' storage containers in various sizes too. Chec  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Felix Zhucha 
 Article Title :: What is Macro Photography?
One of the most satisfying forms of photography, and one of the easiest to master is macro photography. A practical way for defining macro photography is by the strength of the lens, or how nearby it can focus. For true macro photography, you'll want to have a lens that focuses down to a 1:1 range. For example,for 35mm film,your camera has to have the ability to focus on an area at least as small as 24×36mm ,because this is the size of the image on the film.After having the film developed,the picture of the subject on the negative or slide will be exactly the same size as the subject photographed. What makes macro photography seductive is the level of detail that you see, sometimes for t  (read full article)
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