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Knit One, Bead One

I believe the first thing I ever knitted was a copy of some pieces of a knitted Father Christmas my Mum had made for me. It was whilst playing with him after Christmas that my interest was first captured – about his beard and how it was made, and “Will …

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6 Essential Tools for a DIY Car Wash

It is true that there are many car washes you can take your car to, or even contact mobile car valeting services. Yet, there is also the option of cleaning the vehicle on your own. That is not a bad thing to do, as long as you know how to …

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How to Develop Your Child’s Interest in Art and Craft!

Arts and crafts are great ways to help children develop interest in creative things and also gain the ability to appreciate the finer details of life. From drawing and painting, craft to any other type of project that involves making use of creativity, together with out-of-the-box thinking can help develop …

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Book Review for: Lost Then Found

Book Review for: Lost Then Found Written by: Christina Freeburn Desert Breeze Publishing ISBN: 978-1-61252-095-7 Avail as: an ebook only 5 Stars Reviewed by: S. Burkhart Freeburn crafts a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat with “Lost Then Found.” Jonas Knight is a skip tracer …

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DIY Face Masks – Are They Worth Your Time?

You’ve probably seen it on Pinterest. You may have even tried one or two of the DIY face mask recipes you found online. Egg whites mixed with lemon juice promising to shrink pores and tighten skin. Banana masks promising glowing, clear skin based off of the ingredients it holds within …

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Project Risk Management and Assurance

Why do so many organisations embark on high-risk projects without demanding robust project assurance? Projects fail for many reasons. Recent global studies indicate that inadequate risk management is a common cause. Successful project managers aim to resolve high levels of exposure before they occur, via systematic risk management processes. Many …

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Custom Buttons – Arts and Crafts and a Great Business!

Have you ever thought about starting a small home based business? Many people have, of course. There are a wide variety of options to choose from, and a small (but fun!) option might be to craft custom buttons for friends, family, or nearby businesses! Creating custom buttons is actually fairly …

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Toy Trains vs Model Trains – What’s the Difference?

For people who aren’t involved in the model railroading hobby, there’s really no difference between “toy” trains and “model” trains. After all, both hobbies involve small trains that are controlled by some sort of power pack. There is a significant difference, however, to anyone who is an enthusiast. Calling a …

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Biblical Costumes For a Nativity Play

If you are planning to put on a Christmas play, telling the Christmas nativity story in a Christmas pageant or nativity play, one of the biggest challenges you will face is finding a way to dress the characters in biblical costumes. In earlier times, most stay at home moms would …

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