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  • Many photos and a summary of what you can see at the Homestead Heritage, Waco, Texas, located a few miles north of Waco on Gholson Road. A map and contact info is included. There are many crafts and excellent craftsmen in this community.

    The Homestead Heritage in Waco, Texas

    The Homestead Heritage in Waco, Texas

    by Randy McLaughlin16

  • We all know Van Gogh's "Starry Night" and Munch's "The Scream," but few are familiar with these artists' lesser-known works. From dogs to owls, read on to discover 11 of the most surprising and amusing animal paintings by famous artists.

    11 Animal Paintings by Famous Artists

    11 Animal Paintings by Famous Artists

    by Skye Robinson0

  • Do you think architectural landmarks are free of copyright? Not so, in some European countries. Here's shocking news of some that are still under copyright! Could you be a "copyright infringer?"

    I Found It On Google! Are You a Copyright Infringer?

    I Found It On Google! Are You a Copyright Infringer?

    by Rachael O'Halloran32

  • If you are looking for a gift that makes a statement (and satisfies a sweet tooth), candy bouquets are sure to hit the spot! Unlike fruit bouquets or floral bouquets, candy bouquets are simple to make and don’t have a quick expiration date. Learn how to whip one together below!

    How to Make a Candy Bouquet

    How to Make a Candy Bouquet

    by Diane Lockridge0

  • I've made a number of displays and bulletin boards in the years I've worked in school libraries. I gleaned good tips from coworkers, online, and my personal experience that have all saved me money, time, or were just plain fun! Learn how to amp up your display with these tips below!

    How to Create Engaging Bulletin Board Displays (With Bonus Tips!)

    How to Create Engaging Bulletin Board Displays (With Bonus Tips!)

    by jenokson7

  • Many cathedrals and churches in Britain have memorial brasses that were set in the stone floors to mark burial places in medieval times. Since Victorian times it has been a popular pastime to make rubbings of these brasses and it can be fun and educational at the same time.

    How to do Brass-Rubbings

    How to do Brass-Rubbings

    by Bronwen Scott-Branagan10

  • It is my goal to save the world, one book repair at a time! In this article I demonstrate how to make a simple book repair to a child's book. The spine cover came loose and it was a very easy repair.

    How to Repair a Spine on a Child's Hardcover Book

    How to Repair a Spine on a Child's Hardcover Book

    by Mickie’s Little Red Wagon2

  • Artist, Linda Wages, acquired a God-inspired talent during her later adult years. Her drawings are examples of how our early experiences generate expressions of beauty later in life.

    The Efflorescence Of A Late Bloomer

    The Efflorescence Of A Late Bloomer

    by Dianna Mendez40

  • This is a quick and fancy way to make things extra hospitable for out-of-town guests. You can find this form of towel origami at hotels, but it's equally nice to do at home.

    A Quick and Easy Origami-Folding Towel Method

    A Quick and Easy Origami-Folding Towel Method

    by Rebecca3

  • It’s easy to feel drawn to the texture and nuance of a Southwestern landscape. Throughout the day and year, the light hits our exaggerated mountains, plateaus and valleys...

    Mary Silverwood: A Love Affair With Landscape

    Mary Silverwood: A Love Affair With Landscape

    by Woflgang Mabry0

  • Robert McGinnis was the king of paperback covers. The golden age of pulps was also the golden age of his art. He was an astute painter. There were many who can draw scantily clothed women. But McGinnis has the gift of composition. His lines were clean and sensual, his anatomical details lifelike.

    Art of Robert McGinnis: Guns, Dolls & Gangsters Molls

    Art of Robert McGinnis: Guns, Dolls & Gangsters Molls

    by Mohan Kumar18

  • The curious art of taxidermy has fascinated societies for centuries, and this macabre past time has gone through many iterations and interpretations, and continues to divide opinion.

    Taxidermy: Life After Death!

    Taxidermy: Life After Death!

    by lateralscript0

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