A Fun, Rewarding CraftsA Fun, Rewarding Crafts

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A Fun, Rewarding Crafts

Ever since my childhood, I’ve enjoyed traveling. I particularly like to visit historical sites. I have been fortunate enough to see the Alamo, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the White House, and many other interesting historical sites. Whenever I visit one of these important places, I take loads of pictures. I like to enlarge my photos and place them in beautiful, rustic frames. Then, I hang them on the walls of the foyer in my home. Working on my photo walls is a relaxing craft for me to engage in. On this blog, I hope you will discover some fun, craft ideas that will add beauty to your home. Enjoy!



Ideas for a Removable Birthday Party Window Graphic

If you're planning a birthday party for your son or daughter and want to decorate your home or the event venue without making permanent changes, consider using removable widow graphics. They come in a wide range of shapes, colors and themes, and are just as easy to remove as they are to put up.The decorative graphics are made of a vinyl material that clings to glass and stays in place for as long as you want them to. Read More 

4 Care Tips For Peel-And-Stick Window Graphics

Removable window graphics are a great choice for any occasion. You can use them to easily decorate for the holidays, to personalize the exterior of your home, or to decorate the passenger windows of your car. Best of all, these window graphics are reusable. You can purchase a whole collection and change them whenever the mood strikes you. Here are four care tips to help you keep your window graphics in perfect condition. Read More 

Jewel-Toned Pens That Aren’t Red: Get Noticed Without Scaring People

Black and dark blue ink are the standards for general writing. Countless forms have instructions saying to use black or dark blue pens only, and other ink colors seem a bit showy for writing whole letters. However, when you need to write additional notes or create signs that people will see for sure, black and dark blue can be nearly invisible, in a way, because people are so used to seeing those colors. Read More