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Woodwork Joints ,Cabinet making joinery 1920 FA by LindaBeynon
Great old book...Woodwork Joints ,Cabinet making,Carpentry ,Joinery. Evans Brothers London VGC Essential reference for the cabinet maker ,covers joints I didn't know existed in huge detail with plans etc.! Some headings:- Halved Joints / Bridle Joints / Tongue & groove joints / Dowelling joints /...
March 18th 05 12:05 AM
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MONEY FROM INSTANT MESSAGING by beezeebee
MONEY FROM INSTANT MESSAGING GET THE FACTS FIRST Read about the amazing market you will be able to capitalize on Dear Entrepreneur: What you just read above should be enough to get your entrepreneurial blood pumping! There are no
March 17th 05 08:43 AM
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Help to find a Wall Stencil of Flames by JoeBarrus
My stepson wants to paint his room with flames on the walls. Can anyone direct me to a good wall stencil to draw flames? I have searched all over the web and can't find anything. Thanks Joe
March 16th 05 11:13 PM
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GREAT CRAFTS RESOURCES by beezeebee
Hi everyone. For great resources crafts and more ! Come and visit my website. http://www.clicktozee.1colony.com thank you Ceci
March 16th 05 05:25 AM
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cheap alternative to etching?? by alpha
hello, does anyone have any good tips on cheap alternatives to the materials used in etching glass, mirror, etc?... many thanks in advance.....A
March 15th 05 06:21 PM
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internal lighting supplies???...advice needed by alpha
helo, can anyone advice of a cheap source of lighting to be used inside picture frames?....and also perhaps inside wooden furniture?.....preferably in the uk.....i have no credit card so it needs to be a source which acepts paypal. many thanks in advance........A
March 15th 05 05:44 PM
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badger spray gun advice needed...please help by alpha
hello, i'm thinking of buying a "badger abrasive spray gun kit"....if anyone out there has experience of these kits can anybody tell me how long the 12oz of alliminium oxide lasts if it is continiusly sprayed...does it last long enough to etch a design measureing aproximatly 2 feet square?? many...
March 15th 05 05:37 PM
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OOP Lapidary Journals, Collector's Mags by Karleen/Vibrant Jewels
Hubby was feeling better today and scanned in the Lapidary Journal covers for me, so when you view the auctions, you can see what you are bidding on! Thanks again for all who have been praying and sharing your kind thoughts and hopes for his recovery. Karleen Dear Beady/Crafty Buddies, This...
March 15th 05 06:04 AM
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Hand crochet fun fur, boa, fleece, eyelash and chenille scarves forsale! by Territude
Hand crochet fun fur, boa, fleece, eyelash and chenille scarves for sale! See my ebay site at: http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQfgtpZ1QQfrppZ25QQsassZterritude
March 14th 05 02:44 PM
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AD: OOP Lapidary Journals, Collector's Mags by Karleen/Vibrant Jewels
Dear Beady/Crafty Buddies, This week, in addition to beads and kits, we are offering several Out of Print Lapidary Journals for auction. I tried to make the descriptions as full as possible, as hubby did not feel like doing scans today. Perhaps he will tomorrow. The magazines are in very good...
March 14th 05 05:28 AM
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tin can doll furniture by Kathe
I am trying desperately to find some instructions on making the tin can doll furniture. It's been about 30+ years since I've seen any. This is the type that looks similar to quilling, but made with aluminum cans. I've searched the internet and haven't found anything. If anyone can help point me...
March 14th 05 03:41 AM
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softening plastic by [email protected]
Are there ways to soften plastic by applying a household chemical or other product onto the plastic? i have some plastic that needs stretched. I've tried a blow dryer and the stretching didn't work out. The plastic i need stretched is very thick and heavy. thanks very much for the help.
March 13th 05 05:08 PM
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easy money in 30 days by trip
MAKING MONEY I found this on a bulletin board and decided to try it. A little while back, I was browsing through newsgroups and came across an article similar to this that said you could make thousands of dollars within weeks with only an initial investment of $6.00! So I thought, "Yeah right,...
March 11th 05 04:09 AM
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Paper Boat by Beast
I have a project at school where we are given white glue and two peices of paper. With these two materials we have to cunstruct a boat that can hold as many marbles as possible. What would be the best design?
March 11th 05 02:24 AM
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UCLA retro image source by Sawna Hawley
UCLA has a gallery of funky old magazine illustrations available free for personal use. Great for crafting, but also see the idea on this site about how to use the US Post Office NetPost service to send hand-delivered custom post cards for 83 cents complete! Kind of cool and definitely easy and fun...
March 9th 05 11:48 PM
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Kentucky Whiskey Barrels by kyrustic
We have new and used Kentucky Whiskey Barrels, and Barrel parts. many craft uses. Stop buy our site and take a look. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support American Families, Buy MADE IN USA Kentucky Barrels http://www.KentuckyBarrels.com
March 8th 05 11:07 PM
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TIDBITS 03/06/05 by Benjamin Mark
If any of you want Tidbits emailed directly, let me know and I'll take care of it. Tidbits may be reprinted without charge -- with attribution. Additionally, if you know of anyone who you think would enjoy Tidbits, please make them aware of us. URL (http://www.tyler-adam.com). We encourage you to...
March 8th 05 10:20 AM
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Newbee needs advice by alpha
Hello, i am new to crafts and need advice on a cheap source of mail orer general craft suplies in the london area. I tried the "hobycraft" website already and was wondering if their is a cheaper option? many thanks in advace.....A
March 5th 05 03:22 PM
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B A logo by Rob graham
Anyone know what font BA uses for the words 'British Airways' on its aircraft? I need to paint my model Concorde correctly. Thanks Rob Graham
March 5th 05 07:43 AM
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Public Library image source by Sawna Hawley
N Y Public library has 275,000 images available free for personal use. Great for crafts: http://glikglik.blogspot.com/2005/03/nypl-scrapbook.html
March 5th 05 07:40 AM
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