Fill Me In Party Poster 'Demo'
Fill-Me-In party posters are great fun to share with friends and family at parties. Moose has drawn the outlines, the rest is up to you! Weddings, birthdays, house warmings, hen dos, leaving dos, family get togethers. any celebration, the list is endless. Hang them on the wall in the children's bedroom or put it in the loo for visitors to fill in. Just fill in the central placard with a theme such as 'My New Years Resolutions.', 'Secret to a happy marriage.' or 'Things you should've done by 40.' and let your guests get creative. The posters are printed on good quality heavy paper. They come rolled in a specially designed tube ready to put on the wall. The four sizes fit readily available standard frames. (Pens and pencils are not supplied, we recommend that you
Elegant Wire Jewelry (Paperback)
Boutiques, galleries, and juried fairs everywhere have showcased Kathy Frey's distinctive wire jewelry, accented with stone, glass, and pearls. Now, thanks to her gorgeous guide, even beginners can craft her modern, stylish pieces. Step-by-step photos and easy-to-follow instructions explain the basic techniques, from bending and wrapping to making simple spirals. All the projects use findable, commercially made chain, ribbon, or cording to showcase Frey's unique wire shapes. A Selection of the Crafter's Choice Book Club Chicago-based KATHY FREY has designed jewelry professionally for more than 10 years. Her work is sold...
Making Wire Jewelry: 60 Easy Projects in Silver, Copper & Brass
Inexpensive jewelry-gauge wire is readily available in craft shops. With simple pliers, it can be shaped into intricate shapes. This entry-level book provides complete, step-by-step instructions for 60 different pieces of jewelry anyone can make. 32 pp. color photos. 300 actual size how-to drawings. Size C. 112 pp.
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DIY Music Box Kit
"Music boxes came to prominence in the 19th Century, but their history dates back a few hundred more years. You see, there was this bell ringing dude who got tired of all the hard work. So, he decided to engineer a device to make his life a little more hip. It was a cylinder with metal studs. Each stud (as the cylinder rotated) operated cams which rang the bells. Further research determined that the first song played on this new system was the theme to Super Mario Brothers! And so that's the first song we made when we got our hands on this awesome little kit (albeit with one note wrong to adjust the key). This music box kit is a bit more open source, though. There are no pins, but a strip of paper, which you punch yourself. That's right, you punch all your own songs! No more listening to ""Memory"" - it's time for Koji Kondo's greatest hits (the genius behind many of Mario's and Link's most memorable themes). We'd love to chat more, but it's time for us to compose a lullaby for Princess Peach. Click here to download a PDF blueprint of the Super Mario Brothers theme. 'Cause sharing is caring. DIY Music Box Kit In Action!"