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Panther Tattoos Create A Very Bold Statement

31st August 2009
Panther tattoos are not as frequent as they used to be, but if you glimpse one, you can be confident that it has been carefully selected. Owing to their occasionally large size and strong presence, panther tattoos are regularly seen crawling their way up ... Read >
Author: M Hargreaves

Southwest Bedspreads For Your Decorating Theme

06th July 2009
Are you bored with the current look in your bedroom? Try turning it into a southwest haven. Beautiful southwest bedspreads are fun to use and give warmth and color to your room. Buy one of these great bedspreads online at a fantastic price and brighten th... Read >
Author: Craig Chambers

Silver Victorian/Antique Style Filigree Jewelry – excellent keepsake gifts for that special lady

05th May 2009
Victorian and antique style jewelry although very old style is still worn today. Filigree rings, bracelets and pendants look very classy if combined with right kind of clothing. Antique looking jewelry also makes for excellent heirloom gifts that can be p... Read >
Author: bignewsbiz

Turquoise - Some Interesting Facts

09th April 2009
Jewelry from the American Southwest is very popular today, and within this genre of jewelry, one of the most popular item is a silver turquoise pendant. In many ways, turquoise jewelry has become quite synonymous with the arts and crafts of the Native Am... Read >
Author: Dale Arnold

Murals - How To Paint Them and Make Good Money Also

10th March 2009
EXACTLY WHAT IS A MURAL? Murals are usually larger works of art. Anything wall size or ceiling size is classified as a mural. There are interior and exterior murals. Some are painted on the sides of barns as well as buildings, fences, etc. Some are done o... Read >
Author: Lee Cusano

Types Of Salwar Kameez

10th March 2009
Attire that is a complete package of femininity, comfort, elegance and beauty is one and only SALWAR KAMEEZ. Salwar kameez is greatly in fame since times and is a very old outfit. Wide varieties in it make it all the way more earnestly desired. Salwar... Read >
Author: adam0211

How To Turn Rocks Into Gold - A True eBay Success Story!

10th March 2009
How to turn your rocks into gold! A true story of how one young woman followed her passion and became a real-life alchemist, using only rocks and the power of eBay. Hello, my name is Mariah Hunter, and I am a self-taught internet entrepreneur. I have ... Read >
Author: Mariah Hunter

Information on Blacksmith Projects

29th December 2008
What constitutes a blacksmith project? The answer is that just about everything a blacksmith makes is a "project."A hobbyist or amateur blacksmith's project can consist of anything from making simple nails to small tools for use in the house or decorative... Read >
Author: Chris Comstock

Pubic Hair Design Tutorial

16th October 2008
What you'll need: Clear shaving gel so you can see where you are shaving Aftershave astringent with salicylic acid Comb Scissors Razor Stencil pencil Stencils Mirror Introduction Creating works of art with pubic hair is not a new idea. Ar... Read >
Author: Bonnie Jo Davis

Pre Written Speeches Which You Can Turn To In Your Hour Of Need

16th January 2008
So, you've been asked to speak at a wedding. Already you can feel your knees shaking and your throat closing up so tightly that you can barely get a squeak out. This is a normal state of affairs for most people when they learn they have to give a speech o... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

Antique Carousel Horse Reproduction - Create Your Own

13th September 2007
Antique carousel horses can sell for thousands of dollars. Luckily, craftsman have created molds of these works of art. From the molds came reproduction horses. In this article I will show you how to purchase them and briefly show you the process of finis... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Duane Hanson Biography and his Art work

21st May 2007
Duane Hanson was born on 1925 in Alexandria, Minnesota. Duane Hanson's primary interest was in recreating the human form. His first extant sculpture is a three-dimensional wood rendering of the figure in Thomas Gainsborough's famous portrait The Blue Boy ... Read >
Author: Sandeep Tyagi

The philosophy of samurai swords

05th January 2006
Decorating your 21st century interior in a Japanese manner has become very popular. The Japanese artifacts, like the samurai swords, are proof of great taste not only because of their eye catching colors and shapes but because they hold a lot of meaning. ... Read >
Author: Amelie Mag

Pisa - More Than a Leaning Tower

22nd August 2005
Pisa attracts bus after bus of tourists every day of the year to see its most famous attraction. The leaning tower of Pisa has become an Italian symbol, much like Pizza and Pavarotti! The city has put a lot of effort into the tower and it is again safe to... Read >
Author: Andy Heaps
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