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Crafts supplies includes the equipment used, the materials and the tools used. In most cases these are very cheap and leading to the production of very beautiful items which are artistic and have a good market value. The supplies can be gotten from our local hardware stores and the retail stores as the supper markets. The most common suppliers include glass, metal, clay, paint, and cement, waste papers as old newspapers, wrappers and many more depending on the intended product. The tools used are just the common home tools as scissors, saw, brushes, pliers, clamps, weighing machines and several others. Our list of crafts supplies is endless and includes; only items which are commonly found within our reach. For the rare ones we have suppliers who can home-deliver them to your house in the shortest time. Many of our members and other participating groups have contributed their experiences and advices that can greatly help you in you endeavor.
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Deciding On N Scale Model TrainsPosted by Philip Redfearn. Published on Oct 20, 2009 When you decide to buy and collect N scale model trains, you need to know that you will be dealing with the smaller type of model trains. The N scale is the smallest of the four possible model scales that you have to choose from. What Exactly Is Decoupage Glue?Posted by Karen Ann Cooper. Published on Sep 07, 2009 Decoupage is a kind of craft that many people do because it is not only inexpensive but fairly easy. Cutting and pasting are the basic skills that you need in order to create really beautiful items that no one would ever have known was something you made… Using Rubber Stampede Or Magenta? Regardless, Here's Ways To Store All Your Rubber Stamping SuppliesPosted by Joan Koeppel. Published on Aug 22, 2009 All you need to make your own personalized greeting card or scrapbook page is a rubber stamp and a few rubber stamping supplies. Sure you can personalize with your computer but is that really personal? Not for me. I love to make everything hand-made. It is the personal touch that I really like. Choosing Wood Types For Your Craft Projects – Craft Supplies Makes All The DifferencePosted by Lance Winslow. Published on Aug 13, 2009 For the creative type that is always doing arts and crafts projects they know that they must choose which type of wood to use carefully when designing their latest project. There are all types of wood that can be used, and different Wood has different types of grain, so the texture, consistency, and the flow makes a big difference. Later on when they add paint or stain things show up that may not have been seen before. Free Printable Graduation Invitation Templates – Save Money On CardsPosted by Kai Lo. Published on Jul 17, 2009 We all know how important a graduation event is. Whether it is for high school or college, what is a better way to invite friends and family to your graduation than to send them an invitation card? Find out how you can get free printable graduation invitation cards… Woad In The Stone AgePosted by Teresinha Roberts. Published on Jul 16, 2009 You will be surprised to find how old the first archaeological record of fibers dyed blue with woad actually is. Today's methods for dyeing with woad look too complex for anybody to have found them by chance but cultures all over the world have discovered the secrets of dyeing fiber blue using a variety of plants. Find out how they made these discoveries and how you can get blues from woad. Needlepoint Canvas – It's Not All The SamePosted by Brenda Stimpson. Published on Jul 12, 2009 Needlepoint canvas is made from woven cotton threads, but it comes in different shapes and sizes. Whether you choose a mono canvas, an interlock canvas or a penelope canvas depends upon what you plan to do with it. And, what do the different sizes mean? Purchasing Embroidery Machines And SoftwarePosted by Anna Poelo. Published on May 14, 2009 With the number of embroidery machines and software being sold today, it will not be that hard to obtain one for your own personal use. You'll only be facing some difficulties in choosing and purchasing them. Even that, though, can be remedied. Jewelry-making Diy Basics – What Is A Jump Ring?Posted by Paul Brandon. Published on Apr 21, 2009 Jump rings are basic components of jewelry design and construction, whether for simple purposes of attaching charms to necklaces and bracelets or for making elaborate chain mail (chain maille) earrings, necklaces and bracelets. What is a jump ring? Jump rings are loops formed of wire. Making Your Own Legos With Wooden Toy Wheels, Axels, And BlocksPosted by Lara Smith. Published on Feb 17, 2009 Every child loves to put things together. They love getting the pieces to a project and assembling themselves. This was the concept of the Lego toys, waffle blocks, and model companies around the world. This desire to assemble things and take things apart can be easily met by creating wooden projects that fit together by interlocking fingers which are easy to put together and easy to take apart. By providing a few simple pieces, a toy wheel, axel, some block pieces, a child can make a car, a train, a wagon, or anything else their minds can come up with. Go to page:
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