Antiques & Arts & Crafts : Home & Garden
Most everybody I know has a ton of old magazines lying around their home. These magazines collect dust and take up valuable space. If you want to clean up, you can recycle them, or you can use them to do some pretty cool crafts with your children.
Vintage handkerchiefs are one of the most inexpensive and effortless collectables to find. Back in the day, women and gentlemen would not step outside without a hat and handkerchief. Collectors today display them in frames, incorporate them in crafts such as quilting, or use them as a decorative ac
These go back a long way and the clue is in the name. Like the feloe, wheelmakers used them. They come in different forms; the most common include some for concave work, some for straight and some for convex. Spokeshaves are essential when doing free-hand curved work and are amazingly versatile.
Downsizing or getting rid of items that could not be incorporated in the new place is always a smart choice. This is stressful for many because it involves parting with prized possessions and family r
Need a hand with knowing how to fly a kite? We've seen plenty of struggling fliers from time to time! If so, the information here should be very helpful. It's all based on our flying experiences with single-liners.
When buying train sets for adults you first have to see if they are railroad enthusiasts as otherwise you are wasting your time. Children including boys and girls of most ages like model trains and can be safely added to their birthday or Christmas present list. However buying for adults is a little
We’re dedicated to bring the top machine embroidery designs and patterns made of quality threads and fabrics. If you’re excited to add beauty to your projects then our latest embroidery designs allures it lot. Browse our online embroidery gallery and find the best collection of embroider
Modern day prayer shawls are the most heartfelt gift you can make for someone. They are made for someone whose life events you care very deeply about. They are knitted during a pregnancy and presented at the infant's birth and during extended illnesses and presented to family members following