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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Catherine Pulsifer 
 
 Article Title :: Scrapbooking Memories of 25 Years!
 
A simple, inexpensive but meaningful gift! Over the years, I have taken numerous photos of my children probably just like many thousands upon thousands of parents. This past week my son turned 25 years old, and I decided to make him a scrapbook of his first twenty-five years. My first thoughts were to do a page of pictures for each year of his 25 years. Once I started going through the pictures, however, themes started to emerge. Along with these themes, I put motivational quotes on each page. The quotes seemed to fit nicely with the pictures and also had wonderful words of wisdom for his next 25 years. Here are a few examples of the pages: Santa sees Curtis Grow Up   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: John Finney 
 
 Article Title :: Playing Baccarat Online: Free Tips and Rules Before You Play
 
This is a general outline to playing the game of Baccarat online. Some of the features may differ depending on the online casino you choose to play with but this guide should give you a good understanding and provide you with the knowledge needed to get started. To get started click on a chip of desired value to select it, then move your cursor to the middle of the screen and click on any of the three areas on the table (player, banker or tie) to place your bet there. Every click on the area adds one chip to the bet. Select another chip if you wish to increase the bet by some other amount. Right clicking on the area removes one chip. You can place several chips into several areas at the sa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jane Hardenbergh 
 
 Article Title :: Great Gifts - Thanksgiving & Fall Charm Jewelry Ideas
 
Fall is a great time of year. Warm sweaters come out from hiding, the kids are in school and Thanksgiving is just a heart beat away. This year we came up with some great Charm Jewelry Ideas to be given away as gifts or to jazz up your own wardrobe. These are easy to make and look delightful. Fall Leaf Earrings These beautiful enameled charm earrings are great for any outfit this fall. They are simple to make and even easier to wear. Personalize them by adding your own beads. Materials: 1 - Pair of French Earring Hooks 2 - 1 inch eye pins Beads of choice 2 - Fall Leaf Charms 1 - Pair of Round Nose Pliers 1 - Pair of Flat Nosed Pliers Steps Step 1 : Thread beads on  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jane Hardenbergh 
 
 Article Title :: Great Gifts - Beaded Christmas Charm Bracelet
 
Create your own Christmas Charm Bracelet this year! This makes for an easy gifts which looks fantastic and fashionable. What a wonderful treasure to keep or to give away this holiday season! Theme charm bracelets are a growing trend and very popular as gifts because they can be added to slowly. Materials: 10 - 3mm silver-plated fluted beads 11 - 5x 5mm snake tube beads 3 - 6mm Beehive beads 2 - 3mm Beehive beads 5 - 4mm Emerald Glass beads 5 - 8mm Ruby Glass beads 1 - Gingerbread Girl Charm 1 - Gingerbread Boy Charm 1 - Christmas Tree Charm 1 - Christmas Wreath Charm 1 - Santa Face Charm 1 - Toggle Clasp Jewelry Wire - Twice the length of the wrist 2 - Crimp Beads 1 - Pair of Crim  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jake Berlin 
 
 Article Title :: Leather Jacket Care
 
If you own a fine leather jacket then you've probably drawn a few looks here and there because of the style. Unfortunately over time, even a great leather jacket can turn ugly on you if it isn't properly maintained. Prevention is Your Best Option When you first bring your leather jacket home, you want to condition and waterproof it. After that, proper care will keep it looking fabulous for years. In fact, did you know that with proper care, leather out wears denim 20 to 1? I've heard stories where a good quality, well maintained leather jacket can last as long as 50 years! Find out everything you can about your leather jacket, get the right stuff and set aside time for mandatory cleanin  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ashley Barnard 
 
 Article Title :: Weather Vanes - brief history and different types
 
Since the dawn of time, weather has had an impact on humans and how they live, what they do and when. Today, there is an unbelievable array of land-based and satellite-based equipment to help monitor, track and predict the weather, but one primitive tool still used widely is the weather vane. Weather vanes are common fixtures on the tops of buildings large and small. The earliest known weather vane was constructed atop Athens' Tower of the Winds by an astronomer in 48 B.C., but you've probably seen them topping everything from a historical government building to your neighbour's barn. For official purposes, wind is usually measured at a height of 10 metres or 33 feet, making such edifices  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Andrew Ling 
 
 Article Title :: How to Build a Plastic Model Airplane
 
Plastic model airplane building appeals to a wide variety of people and age groups.  The subjects range from early 20th century flying machines to modern day jet airplanes.  The included instructions are a good place to start, but creating a highly-realistic model requires a bit of extra knowledge.  Here are some tips for creating a fantastic model: The parts are made by injection molding, and are covered with a material to help release them from the mold. This release agent will also prevent paint from sticking to the model. Wash the parts in soap and water, then air dry.  Use a hair dryer if you'd like to speed up the process. Assemble and paint the c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jay Stockman 
 
 Article Title :: The Lanyard Legend
 
The lanyard can be traced back to the late 19th century. It was originally a piece of cord, used to secure a jack-knife, used as a weapon in war. The lanyard was worn on the left shoulder with the end containing the knife tucked into the left breast pocket. In 1920 the lanyard was moved to the right shoulder, simply because of the problem of trying to remove the knife from the pocket underneath the bandolier. In 1933, the knife was removed completely, and the lanyard became a straight cord, worn purely as an ornamental item of dress. The basic lanyard was a simple piece of strong cord, but it was gradually turned into something a bit more decorative, smartened up with colors and styles, ult  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Patrick Heathcock 
 
 Article Title :: Flower Pictures - A Mild Obsession #3
 
Yellow daisy, oh yellow daisy - please tell me about fills and flags! How does one use them effectively? Good question sighs my daisy. An answer or two... One can shoot anything straight without flash in good daylight and get okay results. I've read a load of articles in the last few months saying that bright sunshine is bad, bad, really bad, for color saturation when shooting flowers or anything for that matter - true often, but not always so. One needs to consider all sorts of things - purpose, time of day, result required, etc! Dawn and dusk produce warm, shadowy light and if one wants to take a landscape photograph of note, this would be the ideal time to do it...using a tripod of co  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Christine Sutton 
 
 Article Title :: Managing Your Digital Photos
 
Countless people are touting the convenience of digital photography. "It's so easy," they say, "no piles of photographs to deal with." While it's true that the mess may not be as visible, there's no doubt that managing digital photos can be an organizing nightmare! If you're struggling with how to manage your digital images, then following these tips may help you regain control: Choose Only The Best Photos Our first recommendation is always the same, whether you're organizing digital images or physical photographs. You must purge--relentlessly! Immediately delete any photos that are dark, blurry, or otherwise unattractive. If you've got several pictures of the same thing, pick on  (read full article)
 
 
 
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