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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Steve Gillman 
 
 Article Title :: Treasure Hunting - Part 2
 
Treasure hunting begins at home. People regularly find famous old books and valuable antiques in their attics, so get up there and look. One couple tore open their walls while remodeling, and found them insulated with thousands of old and valuable movie posters, put there by a theater owner in the thirties. The couple sold $200,000 worth of posters, the last I heard. There are many more ways to go treasure hunting. I used to take the old telegraph pole insulators form along train tracks, to sell for $4 each at an antique store. They were otherwise being shot to pieces by hunters over the years. The colored glass ones are usually the more valuable ones. Panning For Gold For $10 you  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Dori Rose 
 
 Article Title :: How to make a hemp necklace
 
Have you ever thought about making your own hemp necklace but thought it would probably just be too difficult or take too much time? Well have no fear! I am Doris Rose, owner of www.exoticprinc essdesigns.com I am here to guide you step by step through the process of making a beautiful hemp necklace. You will need the following materials: A spool of hemp Beads with large holes in them Elmers glue Really helps to have a project board and T pins but is not mandatory Ok, lets get started. First, you will need to cut one 5-yard length of hemp and one 2-yard le  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jake Berlin 
 
 Article Title :: Leather Care
 
Leather Care When buying leather, the best thing you can do is ask the people who you buy it from, what the manufacturer recommends for leather care and cleaning. Don't forget to ask what other products may work well for leather care too, as there may be something you're more comfortable using. Also ask what the product does to and for the leather. While still alive, leather on the animal, fish, or fowl is maintained in situ. (It's their skin) The oils that keep leather conditioned and help remove dirt and grime from the skin of the animal are produced naturally by their body. Once leather is processed, these “living” components cease to exist although they do retain many of their ph  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Richard Schneider 
 
 Article Title :: Photography - Rules of Composition
 
Composition is defined as the combining of distinct parts or elements to form a whole. In photography that definition is very important in taking quality pictures. The following rules of composition should be learned and considered but not necessarily used in every photo. Once you have learned these rules you will be more observant of the possible photo opportunities that surround you. But keep in mind that the really famous photographers usually find a creative way to stretch or break the rules of composition. RULE OF THIRDS The rule of thirds has been used through the centuries and is probably the most recognized rule. The rule of thirds directs that the frame can be divided into three   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Richard Schneider 
 
 Article Title :: Portrait Photography Tips and Methods
 
Portrait is defined as, “A likeness of a person, especially one showing the face, that is created by a painter or photographer, for example.” In the area of portrait photography there are some guidelines that you should consider when you go to take photos of people. The different types of portraits are: close-ups, facial shots, upper body shots or environmental portraits. Environmental portraits are where you focus on the subject and on their surroundings that provide more character to the subject. When people have a camera in their face it usually makes them nervous and they will try to put on a face that does not portray who they really are. The real skill to portrait photography i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Steve Gillman 
 
 Article Title :: Money Making Hobbies
 
Which ones can be money making hobbies? A friend made a life-sized cow out of plywood once. He painted it, put it in the yard, and people started asing if he would sell it. He soon had a waiting list of customers for his plywood cows. With a profit of about fifty dollars each, he wasn't getting rich, but isn't making money with your hobby more fun than a job? Money Making Hobbies - Two Approaches The first approach is obvious: Look for ways to make money with your existing hobby or hobbies. What do you produce that other people might want? Do you collect dolls? You might produce a newsletter for other doll collectors, or buy and sell doll furniture. The second approach is to think  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ray La Foy 
 
 Article Title :: Choosing the Perfect Horseshoes
 
Horseshoes have become synonymous with good fortune. Having them on your horse’s feet has little to do with attracting good luck, but a lot with answering to your steed’s needs. Horses in the wild do not require shoes unlike domesticated breeds of horse. Those horses that are not worked out and trained regularly on hard ground do not need them. If a horse’s foot is hurt, you will not be able to ride it. In order to maximize a horse’s use, horseshoes are needed in order to protect the horse’s feet. In their absence, the hoof walls can crack. And a horse with sore feet will be of little use. One must check all four of the horse’s feet everyday. You need to pick them out and ensu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Eddie Tobey 
 
 Article Title :: All You Need to Know About Travel Humidors
 
When humidors where first created by Zino Davidoff in the early 20th century, they were large cellar humidors which certainly made for restricted travel. One now had the ability to strive for the perfect cigar, but only from home. Most people would agree that the feasibility of traveling with a large room did not exist, and still does not, even today. A dilemma arose as to how to preserve a moist cigar while traveling. Early models of travel humidors were patterned after air-tight cases in which the cigar aficionado placed cigars already maintained in a cellar humidor. This worked well except that when one opened the travel humidor, since the maintained humidity existed as a result of alre  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Janice Wee 
 
 Article Title :: How to make a simple gemstone necklace
 
With gemstone beads, every bead is precious. Every bead is beautiful. A little more effort is needed when stringing a gemstone necklace together. First, decide on the design. Take a fishing line and string the gemstone beads through it. Hold the string of beads around your neck in front of the mirror to see how the necklace would look. When you are pleased with your design, then start stringing the beads together properly. For that, you need colored thread that matches the beads and some nylon thread to strengthen the necklace and to needles that can go through the beads, 1 at a time. Thread both needles with as much colored string and nylon thread as they can take.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Dion Semeniuk 
 
 Article Title :: Don't let them see you sweat! The art of Performing Magic!
 
The Art of Performing Magic Tricks We’ve all been there. Our hands are sweaty, your heart is racing and your hands are shaking like a leaf. Yes, I am talking about trying to pull off your first magic trick that you just learned. You are excited to show your friends and family your amazing trick but then when the time comes, boom!!! its like you are standing on stage in your underwear and everyone is laughing at you!! Even though you have practiced the trick hundred times or more and in front of the mirror, it’s never the same when you are about to do it to real people. Well, have no fear, as this you’ll be glad to hear it can be conquered and you will pull of your trick like the pro  (read full article)
 
 
 
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