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- Figurine Collecting for Dog Lovers
Dog figurines are the perfect gift for the dog lover, and are great for any occasion. I am certain you won't have a problem finding the dog that goes with the receiver, for example a Shnauzer figurine.
- What Determines Antique Doll Values
Purchase some good books on doll markings and values that includes good photos. There are many reproduction dolls on the market today that can easily fool a less seasoned doll collector.
- The Miniature Doll House Fascination
Much more than a child's plaything, building doll houses, and ultimately decorating and furnishing them in a theme of your choice, has become an adult hobby.
- Ashton Drake Marketplace
Where did it all go wrong? Today's market on these older Ashton Drake Dolls, is so soft I would not dream of selling.
- Doll Collecting Changes and Trends
The past 25 years have seen tremendous changes in the collectible doll industry. Until that time, collectors only had antique dolls, or newer children's dolls to add to their collections.
- How to Make Great Gifts with Crochet Afghan Patterns
First of all, creating an afghan based on crochet patterns is simple. There are numerous crochet patterns for afghan blankets that can be huge as gifts or furnishings at home. Basic afghan covers can even possess a central theme.
- Soap Making Can Be Fun And Profitable
Soap making can be a hobby for people, but it can also turn out to be a very profitable business. Before you go rushing into thinking that you are going to just create this beautiful and profitable soap making business, you had better look at some the important features regarding this business.
- Electric RC Cars for Fun and Excitement
Electric RC cars and trucks are generally considered best for beginners. Although easier to get started and maintain, they hold just as much fun and excitement as their gas powered counterparts.
- Old-Time Favorites: Plants for Your Garden Worth Remembering
Many old-time favorite plants are worth remembering so why not rediscover the past by incorporating some old-fashioned beauties into your own garden.
- Sewing Thread
What kind of should I use? This is one of the most common questions we hear. The answer is simple, and difficult, at the same time.
- How Do You Know What an Autograph is Worth?
Have you recently started to become interested in autograph collecting and would like to know the present day market value of an autograph that you are interested in purchasing? Or have you inherited an estate from a family member and was surprised to find an abundance of autographed photos, items, cards, posters that you have no idea how to find the value much less who to sell them too?
- Making a Splash with Water Features in the Garden
No matter what size or type of garden you have, there are a number of water features that will fit into any design or space, as well as any budget. A garden pond can add special qualities to nearly any landscape.
- Creating a Memory Book through Scrapbooking
You can begin making your memory scrapbook, sure to become a treasure to be shared from generation to generation with basic materials like patterned paper, rubber stamps, patterns, stencils, stickers, serrated- scissors, and the photos you already have.
- What You Need to Know to Make a Scrapbook
The first thing you need to know about making a scrapbook is that it isn't a complicated process at all. Scrapbooking isn't just for the 'crafty' person among us either. In fact, you don't need to have any 'crafting' skills at all, in order to create a scrapbook of memories that will last for generations to come.
- How to Find Rare Music Box Collectibles
Learn how to find rare music box collectibles including inlaind music boxes, wooden keepsake boxes, ballerina music boxes, children's music jewerly boxes and more.
- Building Wood Stairs
Guide to help you layout and build a set of wood stairs.
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- Building a Wood Ladder
Easy instruction on how to build your own 12' wood ladder.