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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Editor, http://www.colored-bubbles.com 
 Article Title :: Colored Bubbles are a Reality
Bubble solution has always been a strong seller in the toy and hobby markets, and children across the world have been consuming them in droves for many decades. But all this time, despite countless attempts, no one has yet perfected a colored bubbles solution, until now. Toymaker Zubbles has unveiled a line of nearly-opaque colored bubble solutions that leave only temporary stains and are about as harmless to humans and pets as regular bubble solution. These bubble solutions are the result of much blood, sweat, and tears on the part of the founder of Zubbles, who spent much of his life perfecting his chemical pipedream of a colored bubble mix that would meet industry standards. Zubbles ar  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Bruce Bird 
 Article Title :: Where to fly your new RC Model Airplane
RC Model Airplane Flying Locations Choosing a safe location to fly model airplanes is important. There are a lot of possibilities depending on what kind of airplane(s) you have and particularly the laws in your country and any regulations relating to local facilities. Taking these into account, you can check out your local RC flying club, the park down the street, a vacant lot, or even a public sports complex. For varying reasons, not all of these environments are safe for flying your model airplanes. Most RC airplane pilots that are serious about the hobby get a membership at their local flying club. The cost involved with joining a club varies from one club to the next, but the dues   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Saurya Ghosal 
 Article Title :: Thread
The most common size of thread is size 10. The higher the number the thinner the thread. Thinner sizes go down to 100. Thread is generally available down to size 30 or 40. Some thread crochet items need to be a particular size, and therefore you need to use the size of thread recommended in the pattern. Other items such as edgings can be made in the size of thread you prefer. It can take a while to get used to using finer thread. One way is to gradually work downward, rather than switching between a fine thread project and a heavier size. The size of thread you're currently working with comes to feel normal to you. You may have to look around to find good quality thread, but it's worth   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Vera Raposo 
 Article Title :: Personal Journaling - Strategies To Make It Easy
Recently I was watching the Oprah show and it was about doing something really great in someones life. Was it buying them a special gift? Or taking them out? Not really. It was about saying something really special to them. Telling a child how beautiful they are. Telling someone you love how you appreciate their beauty, how you love spending your life with them. Comments like these last for that person and makes an "imprint" on them for the rest of their life. Especially to children. When I was a child my mother had an album for me, you know the magnetic kind. But she did something different.... She wrote words of love on the pages. I remember sitting and looking at my album over   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Vera Raposo 
 Article Title :: Scrapbooking And The Use Of Digital Photography
Digital photography has made scrapbooking easier than ever before. Digital cameras allow you to view your pictures immediately instead of waiting hours or days for film to be developed. You will also know if you have captured the perfect shot as soon as you take it and you can discard unwanted pictures right away instead of wasting time and money having your film developed only to discover that half your pictures did not turn out the way you had intended. Digital photographs can be uploaded to your computer immediately and most photo editing software includes various borders, cropping tools, and the ability to include captions. Digital photos can be stored indefinitely and you may choo  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Blair Stephens 
 Article Title :: Storing and Maintaining Your Ashton Drake So Truly Real Collectibles
If you are an Ashton Drake So Truly Real doll collector, you may have already invested a great deal of money in your collection. With most of these precious baby dolls retailing for around $150.00, you need to make sure to preserve, store and display your collection in a way that maximizes their long term value and minimizes potential damage. Don't think this means that you need to keep all of your beloved So Truly Real friends in a locked, climate controlled closet or storage unit. You should enjoy your dolls and display them, just make sure you display them the smart way. For instance, you should never display your dolls in a sunny location. Just because that window seat in your livin  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Carles Carol Pla 
 Article Title :: Fossils, Rocks and Minerals collecting equipment
THE EQUIPMENT Initially the equipment necessary to begin a mineral collection will have to allow us to identificate and classificate the samples that we find in our excursions. Basically one will be the following equipment: A notepad and a pencil that we will use to write down the date, the place, and commentaries on the excursion and the mineral samples that we have found. It is recommendable to number each of the found samples, as well as to make a card where we will indicate which mineral is and which are their more interesting characteristics. A magnifying glass that we will use to observe those smaller details, facilitating to us therefore the identification of minerals. In order t  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: William 
 Article Title :: Save your memories
The first photographic prints were typically based on high quality linen rag papers. The linen rag paper was coated with liquid containing gelatine, and once the gelatine had stabilized the picture could have a very long life time. To make the image even more stable, sepia or selenium were often used. When sepia was used, the image got a brownish tone. When selenium was used, the tone of the picture would instead be light and silvery. If you want to be able to store your photographs for a long time, you should only use fibre-base paper, such as the old linen rag sheets. Today, there is fibre-based paper available that has been processed in order to meet archival standards. Ordinary paper   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: William Berg 
 Article Title :: The early history of photography
In 1827, a Frenchmen named Joseph Nicéphore Niépce created the first fixed image. Another French citizen experimenting with images during the first half of the 19th century was Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre. He was actually a scene painter, but his hobby involved experimenting with light upon lucid paintings. In 1829, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce and Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre began to work together, trying to improve the process invented by Niépce in 1827. Niépce only a few years later, but Daguerre continued their work and finally managed to create a more practical method of capturing images. The first fixed image created by Niépce had taken 8 hours to finish. With the new technique,  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Richard Schneider 
 Article Title :: Flash Photography Tips and Techniques
Flash photography is the use of a camera flash bulb in a variety of possible situations where there doesn't seem to be enough light. The most common use of flash photography is group portraits at gatherings where there is not enough light to take a satisfactory exposure. But there are many other situations where the flash could be used such as: fill-flash situations when the background is brighter than the subject, using the flash to light up a room and creating better coloring, or using the flash to freeze a moving object in a dark situation. -Indoor Flash Photography In typical indoor situations there will probably not be enough light to take a normal hand-held well-exposed photo. The  (read full article)
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