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Use Your Talent in Your Own Calligraphy Business

2/10/2015

Calligraphy is a business where you use your skill and artistic talents to apply beautifully styled hand lettering to the customer's paperwork.

The Business of Candle (and Soap) Making

2/10/2015

Create and market your hand-made candles. This business, along with its closely related cousins soap making and plaster craft does not automatically progress from the hobby to business stage without a good deal of planning and effort.

Turning Your Sewing into Marketable Merchandise

2/10/2015

Make, buy and sell needlecraft products such as pillows, crocheted or knitted items, quilts, sweaters and bedspreads. There is a huge market for these items -- and even larger number of people who make them.

$100 an Hour Making Exclusive 3-D Photo-Figures

2/10/2015

This is a creative business in which you can turn your spare time into big money, and all you really need to get started is a few materials and your existing work shop.

How to Create and Market Your Own Special-Interest Video Productions

2/10/2015

The trouble with publishing a book, from a first-time writer's point of view, lies with the slowness of the publishing industry.

How to Transfer Photos to Other Objects

2/10/2015

You can transfer a photo or snapshot from a negative onto wood, cloth, paper, etc. All printing is done from the negative not from the photo. Prepare two simple solutions as follows:

Sachets

2/10/2015

Combine 2 cups of rose leaves with 1-3/4 cups vetiver root, 1-1/2 cups patchonly herb and 3/4 cup mace. Fill little cotton bags with the mixture and tie with a ribbon.

Start a Pet-Sitting Service

2/10/2015

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES. Flexible hours, Promising salary. Holidays negotiable. Be your own boss. No experience necessary.

Ways of Finding Silver Coins

2/9/2015

Only coin collectors know about this; but you can still find 40% silver-clad half dollars in circulation today. Here is how.

The Art of Success: Stained Glass

2/9/2015

Soon they became good friends with their instructor who owned a stained glass studio. By the end of the year, Williams was hired on at the studio as an apprentice.

Money-Making Formulas of Chemical Magic

2/9/2015

SATAN'S BUBBLES: Fill a clay pipe with cotton, keeping the latter in place by inserting a wire screen over the mouth of the bowl. Saturate the cotton with gasoline, then dip the pipe in strong soap suds that contain a small amount of glycerine.

How to Recognize American Coins Worth More Than Their Face Value

2/9/2015

Remember the year 1933 for 1 cent coins

How You Can Preserve and Make Novelties from Leaves

2/9/2015

Place the leaves in a pan and cover them with dry, hot sand. Allow this to cool. Remove the leaves and smooth them with a hot iron. Dip them in colorless varnish and let them dry.

How You Can Dry Flowers and Wax Fresh Flowers

2/9/2015

You can enjoy the freshness of a flower garden throughout the year by cutting and drying your favorite flowers. The two easiest and least expensive methods are sand-drying and air-drying.

How You Can Preserve Cut Flowers

2/9/2015

You can preserve the fresh beauty of flowers for years in their natural vivid colors without a great deal of work or expense.

How to Preserve Old and Brittle Newspaper Clippings

2/9/2015

Dissolve 1 milk of magnesia tablet in 1 quart of club soda.

Egg Writing

2/9/2015

Dissolve 1/2 ounce of alum into 1/2 pint of vinegar. Dip a fine tipped brush into the solution and write your message on the shell of an egg. Let dry completely; then boil for 15 minutes.

How to Change the Coloring of Cut Flowers

2/9/2015

To change white carnation-type petals to green, stand the long-stemmed flowers in water containing a green aniline dye. Other suitable aniline dyes may be used to achieve colored stripes on white flowers.

How to Stop Oil Burning in Your Car, Truck, Boat or Tractor

2/9/2015

Here's the best $3 Investment You Ever Made:

Troubleshooting One-Cylinder Engines

2/9/2015

Living on a farm, homestead, or just a small country estate, we often find much of the repair work falls on us. Home repairs, appliances, and oh Lord, that ever-present one-cylinder engine.

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