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Do-It-Yourself Decoupage

24th November 2009
Decoupage is the fine art of cutting and pasting paper onto ordinary objects in order to create unique items for the home or as gifts. Anyone, from small children to the elderly, can enjoy this fun and creative pastime and nearly any object can serve as a... Read >
Author: PGuthro

A Colonial Style Entertainment Center for Your Period Home

11th November 2009
Colonial Style Entertainment Center A Colonial Style entertainment center is made up of strong, sturdy woods such as walnut, maple or pine and it portrays a traditional look with straight lines, while carved details are for the feet and the edges of th... Read >
Author: Julia Brothers

Is Taking Care of Teak Furniture Complex - Read on to Find Out

11th September 2009
It genuinely isn't all that necessary to protect teak furniture. Teakwood is unique in the aspect that if you leave it in its inherent state it doesn't need anything done to it to stay nice. You can leave teak wood outside all year prolonged you don't hav... Read >
Author: Budman

Installing Turbomag Fuel Saver and Magnetic Fuelsaver that works

27th August 2009
Installing Turbomag 1. Locate the fuel supply line under pressure feeding the engine from the fuel tank. Vehicles with fuel injection engines normally have two lines running parallel between the fuel tank and the engine, a supply line and a return lin... Read >
Author: gt28rs

8 Tips and Tricks When Using paper tole (decoupage) images

19th August 2009
Here's some useful and easy tips for you. Have fun with your decoupaging. 1. Avoid very thin images because they have a tendency to tear. 2. Avoid papers that have images on both sides. Many times after gluing the image on the other side can sho... Read >
Author: Rod Jellison

How to Care For Your Handmade Copper Jewelry

10th August 2009
One of the easiest ways to keep your handmade copper jewelry bright is to place it in Ziploc bags with anti-tarnish pads. Be sure to only store clean and moisture free jewelry, otherwise you will accellerate tarnishing. Higher-end handmade copper jewelry ... Read >
Author: John Brana

The Best Probiotics - How to Pick Them

18th May 2009
Most probiotic products fail to deliver their probiotic strains through the harsh acidity of the stomach (pH 1.5-2.5) into the intestinal tract alive which means these products don't work! It's typical for Lactobacillus probiotic species to lose 4 l... Read >
Author: MikeH

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Pigment Oil Stains

13th May 2009
There are both advantages and disadvantages to using pigment oil stains. While you may enjoy the advantages of this stain over the other two types, you should be aware of the disadvantages before you decide to use this stain for your wood finishing projec... Read >
Author: Allison Ryan

Mortgage Grant Money is easy when you know where to look

06th May 2009
Real Estate Grant Money is definitely something that everyone could use right now. With the United States real estate being torn apart by the worst financial plummet in years, homeowners can use a little more cash. But who would be generous enough to give... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Decorating Tips-How to make paint stick to almost any surface without sanding

15th April 2009
ESP Makes Paint Stick To Shiny Surfaces Without Sanding or Mess.You can now paint your PVC windows, Gutters, Aluminium windows and doors any colour you desire... all by using ESP as your 'gripper coat'. Ideal for the following materials and finishes: * Me... Read >
Author: handymantips.co.uk

Frugal Wall Mural Ideas for any room...

13th March 2009
Learn to paint inexpensive wall murals that glow in the dark too with this easy tutorial! The trend these days is to discover extremely innovative ways to decorate interiors on a budget. The tips provided below are just a few of the many ways one can inex... Read >
Author: rachelpaul

Restoring Oak furniture

07th March 2009
You can restore your furniture and make it look as good as new. Furniture restoration shouldn't be a difficult task, because most of the techniques are easy to learn and apply. For instance, dents are a common feature in most furniture. Dents are generall... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Miami Beach Condo Unit: Decorating Ideas for This Christmas

13th October 2008
Christmas is nearing. And because we want to feel the spell despite the emergency we are all facing, we have to make our Miami Beach condo element complete for this yuletide term. Although decorating your homes can mean additional costs, you can always re... Read >
Author: Allison

Nail Art for Beginners

06th April 2008
Mastering nail art is one of the leading fashion trends. Everyone today is conscious about look and appeal of their nails and hence all wish to master the art. Even the nail technicians or beauticians desire to learn the art in order to increase the clien... Read >
Author: Jennie

Nice to Have for Decoupage but not Always Necessary

30th June 2006
Some tools are essential for decoupage, such as scissors, glue, varnish, cotton swabs, damp rag and various images of all kind of sources. Its also a good idea to have tweezers, craft knife, cutting mat, paint brushes, craft roller, piece of sponge, metal... Read >
Author: Karen Le Blanc
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