Treasure Hunting – Playing Hide & Seek With Gold – Part 2
“Gold is where you find it.” – Unknown OK… that may be true, but that does little to give us clues as to where gold actually is hiding. In part 1 we talked about water, and how water can concentrate gold into “pockets,” and how we can identify the probable location of some of those pockets by imagining where flood stage water would be fast, and where that water would slow down. These are not the only places gold can hide, though. Here are a few other tidbits of gold lore. Once again, I’m going to concentrate on gold that is in waterways and river beds.
Paper Mache, DIY
Paper mache is an inexpensive hobby as any paper is readily available and can be recycled to make any art and crafts projects. Children and adults can participate in this hobby depending on the simplicity or complexity of the project.
Paint by Number Frequently Asked Questions
A Quick Answer to the most frequently asked questions about paint by numbers. We strive to provide the best information for the PBN community.
Quilting Is a Hobby for Everyone
Quilting is very much like working on a picture puzzle. Each square, triangle, circle, or strip is sewn together using a pattern guide which repeats itself until the project is completed. Hand quilting, machine quilting, or a combination of both may be used.
3D Puzzles for Mental and Physical Fitness
Are you a mentally active person? Do you like to solve puzzles but at the same time perform physical movements? 3D puzzles may be the answer for you. These types of puzzles will be beneficial for both mental and physical fitness.
Halloween Costumes – Recycle Ideas for Adults
If you are a very busy person you may wish to recycle last year’s Halloween costume for a new look or to save time. It is not difficult to do so. Here are some suggestions to get you thinking about how to redesign the costume.
How to Use Seashells in Your Craft Projects
Why do people use shells in craft projects? Because the finished products will be memorable, unique, original, and different. There are no limits to using shells for any personal, household, or outdoor project. Anyone can make seashell arts and crafts.
Types of Model Train Tables
The model train needs a strong and sturdy surface to allow tracks to accommodate stationary and moving trains. The surface needs to be level, smooth, and support the weight of a train with its decorator items. The decorator items include buildings. Light poles, scenery, miniature people, people, animals, and other accessories.
Various Types of Model Kits
Do you like assembling model kits? Manufacturers make assorted model styles from paper, wood, plastics, and metal. We may design models with our personal creativity and imagination. Another option is to buy retail kits that need assembly.
Turning the Pen Blanks – Step 4 of My Pen Making
Turning the blanks on the lathe is always fun part of the project. It is a time to bring out the beauty of the timber or acrylic or add small embellishments to make the pens unique.