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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Dani Martin 
 
 Article Title :: The History of Poker Chips
 
Gaming chips have been made from a wide range of materials in an almost infinite variety of styles since the birth of gambling and the need to keep track of winnings. The most common material types used today in the manufacture of modern poker chips are plastic, clay composite, and acrylic composite. Clay chips, the oldest of the bunch, have been manufactured in America since the late 1800s. Back in the 1800s, poker players seemed to use any small valuable object imaginable. Early poker players sometimes used jagged gold pieces as well as chips – primarily made of wood and clay. By the 20th century, poker chip designs began to play a greater prominence, and the smooth edges of older c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Rick Blythe 
 
 Article Title :: Opinion on the Casio Exilim EX-Z750
 
Yesterday I bought my third digital camera, the Casio Exilim EX-Z750. I needed a pocketable camera as the Sony DSC-F717 and the Nikon D70 are a bit large to carry around in certain situations. At least, that's how I spun it to my wife. I thought I'd post a few thoughts I have on the camera here. First of all the size is striking. So much funtionality in such a small package, Casio are masters at this sort of thing. I am also amazed at the battery life from such a teenie battery, again kudos to Casio. There enough Scene modes included in this digicam to cover any situation possible, possibly too many modes. The firmware in this digicam is the best I have seen, ever. I can even tell this ca  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Fion Lim 
 
 Article Title :: Scrapbooking Yourself as an Individual, Homemaker, Worker and More
 
>From age 25 onwards, our grand adventure has just unfolded as we embrace adulthood. Here's where you experienced first-hand the lessons of life and be prodded along to grow up in the face of challenges. By scrapbooking about yourself as an adult, you'll have scrapbook pages reminding you on how far you've come and the important aspects of your life. Not only will your scrapbooks offer clarifying thoughts on where your goals are, you'll also become more certain of yourself as an individual. Then as you flip through these scrapbooks about you, you'll fondly recall once again the journey you've traveled. And these scrapbooks could well offer invaluable insights and lessons to be learned  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Fion Lim 
 
 Article Title :: Scrapbooking Yourself as a Girl, Youth and Your College Days
 
Now that you grasp the importance of scrapbooking yourself and see how it can add value to your life, you've decided to go ahead and do it. The next question would be, "What's there to scrapbook about me? I don't have a fabulous or most interesting life like Rosanne. I didn't live my life as a grand adventure like Judy." If you really didn't, then by all means scrapbook your life as one big adventure. It's a matter of looking for interesting angles under all the trapped layers of self-inhibiting thoughts. There's in fact too many themes you can scrapbook about yourself to cover in one short article like this. So for starters, here's some tips and prompts as you scrapbook about your  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Your Family Legacy 
 
 Article Title :: Heritage Scrapbook Album Themes
 
Creating heritage scrapbook albums, or telling your family story, can seem impossible. Often the difficulty may be in thinking that you have to start at the beginning, and methodically tell the whole chronology of your family. Instead, try thinking of your heritage from a theme standpoint. You can create many albums, with each centered around a specific theme as it pertains to your family. What do we mean by themes? Here are some examples. Military: Create a tribute album of all the men & women in your family who served in the armed forces. This can be especially moving if you have ancestors who served in early wars and family who have served in recent times. Tell a brief history o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Kathy Burns-Millyard 
 
 Article Title :: 4 Steps to an Enjoyable Hike
 
Some people have fought many years of their lives to preserve the rich heritage of the outdoors and nature we now enjoy. That dedication and effort has been rewarded by fantastic hiking opportunities in our local, state, and national park systems. In honor of their efforts, let's break out of our winter hibernation and venture into the crisp, clean outdoor air and hit some of those dirt trails. Let's Go Hiking! Here are 4 steps to having an enjoyable hike, no matter where your feet decide to take you. 1. Know the area you will be hiking in to. Although many states, like California, Colorado, or Wyoming have exceptional hiking hot spots, even your local park will have some k  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Paul Smith 
 
 Article Title :: Macro Photography Inspirations, Tips and Tricks
 
You won’t have to look hr to find close-up ideas – even everyday household objets can make fantastic subjects Once You’ve trained your eye to look for macro photo opportunities, you’ll find them almost anywhere, even in objects such as stamps, coins, paper clips, drawing pins and so on. The fact that you’re capturing them from an unusual viewpoint makes shot of ‘found’ objects interesting in themselves. Macro tips If your camera focuses poorly at close range, use the telephoto setting to increase magnification. However, remember that this will further reduce depth of field. Attach a close up lens that screws   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Fion Lim 
 
 Article Title :: Pump Up Your Life with Scrapbook Pages of Certainty
 
If you can voice enthusiastically that scrapbooking is your passion, could you say the same thing about how you feel towards yourself? Yes, can you tell others without turning all red in the face that you are passionate about yourself and about who you are? Are you thinking what a Weird remark to make to others? Could anyone ever be passionate about themselves? But why not? Do you really want to wait a lifetime for that someone to tell you that they're passionate about you, while you can't say the same thing about yourself? As scrapbookers, you might deliberately or unknowingly be consumed with the business of scrapbooking your kids’ or your loved ones’ lives. And all these tim  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Nigel Patterson 
 
 Article Title :: Scrapbook Photographs -- How A Picture Can Be Worth A Thousand Words
 
For many people, photos are at the heart of their scrapbooks -- and for a very good reason. We all treasure photgraphs of friends and loved ones, and many of us carry some with us wherever we go in a wallet or locket or keep photos on our desk at work. And if disaster were to strike and you had to evacuate your house, many people say they would save their photo albums before any other possessions! So most scrapbooks will contain photographs. Even the most disinterested reader of your scrapbook will look at them. A picture really is worth a thousand words. Therefore, it is important to choose photographs that are of good quality and clearly illustrate your scrapbook theme. Any photograph c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Michelle Steel 
 
 Article Title :: How to run a quilt swap
 
Lots of quilters enjoy participating in a swap. The main aim of a swap is to get more of the particular object that you are swapping. Considering we are talking to quilters here, the things that they like to swap include, charm squares, completed blocks or pieces of fabric. To organise a swap you’ll need participants firstly. These are easily recruited through your own quilt groups. You must have a theme to the swap that entices more people to join. Keep the rules simple so that people understand what they are doing. Rules for swaps include the size, shape, design or colour of the fabric/block to be swapped. For instance, you could organise a swap of blue and white, 6.5" nine patches. You  (read full article)
 
 
 
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