Family Fun Time|
By Annmarie Bailey on March 13, 2010
Family. That one word can say so much. It can describe an enormous family who frequently meet, a single child and widowed mother, or a child and adopted parents. It does not matter how we define our family nor how many people it consists of. What matters the most is how we interact with them. The quality time we spend with our family are moments remembered, moments never wasted.
The Art of Intarsia|
By Chris on April 7, 2010
Intarsia is the process of cutting, shaping, fitting and gluing various species of wood onto a wooden background for decorative purposes.
An Introduction to Miniature Gardening|
By Annmarie Bailey on April 7, 2010
Are you an avid gardener who has run out of space to garden, or maybe you live in an apartment with a small cement patio? Miniature gardening is a fun hobby that everyone can enjoy regardless of your yard size. You may chose to create a mini garden that is whimsical complete with fairies and gnomes, maybe you prefer a mini garden with patio table, chairs and a pond, or a grand replication of the formal gardens of Buckingham Palace. No matter what type of mini garden you create, you will need to gather some basic information in order to select appropriate plants that will thrive in your miniature garden.
Creating an "authentic" Period Kitchen|
By Carol on March 17, 2010
Creating something that is right for the period and looks good, without breaking the bank on the way, isn't as difficult as it might seem! If I can do it - anyone can do it - so I have been asked to give you a brief description of how I did it.
Sedum for Miniature Gardens and How to Grow Them.|
By Lynn Smith aka valleylynn on March 18, 2010
Miniature gardens are tiny little garden treasures of the plant world. Choose the right plants and conditions to grow in, and they can last for years with just a little maintenance. Sedum, and some of their companion plants are ideal for such gardens.