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Glass Craft

By Charles Hopkins | Published 12/8/2013 | Crafts |

Without a murmur from the supposed guardians of Britain's heritage, some of the finest craft glass ever produced there -- in the late 19th century, when, for a while,

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Folk Art in America

By Charles Hopkins | Published 12/8/2013 | Crafts |

In the antiques world, the term folk art is generally used to describe a wide range of 18th- and 19th-century objects from paintings to weather vanes.

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Flower Arranging

By Charles Hopkins | Published 12/8/2013 | Crafts |

One or two tall roses with leaves in a bud vase is about as pretty and simple as a flower arrangement can be. But a centerpiece for a dinner party requires a little more time and attention to detail.

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Pay Per Click (usually just called PPC) is a traffic-generating method that involves paying for each visitor to your site.

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Egg Craft and Decorating

By Charles Hopkins | Published 12/8/2013 | Crafts |

Far from being a recent phenomenon, the idea of egg decorating predates Christianity.

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Dyeing - An Art

By Charles Hopkins | Published 12/8/2013 | Crafts |

Personalized batik designs on T-shirts, sweatshirts or even Christmas stockings are so easy even a child can make them, with a little adult help.

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Dolls, Toys and Teddies

By Charles Hopkins | Published 12/8/2013 | Crafts |

Stringing popped corn, linking paper rings together for garland and making toys, dolls and teddies are still popular today.

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When done correctly, posting to discussion forums is an effective way to generate targeted traffic to your web site.

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Decorative Painting

By Charles Hopkins | Published 12/8/2013 | Crafts |

A wall doesn't have to be ordinary. It can look like a marble masterpiece or feature something whimsical like a couple of lizards clinging to its surface.

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Cross-Stitch & Embroidery

By Charles Hopkins | Published 12/8/2013 | Crafts |

The origins of cross-stitch - like almost every needlecraft form - are lost in antiquity.

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