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Sizzix Creates the Paper craft Die Cutting Recipe of Success

Saturday, September 24th, 2011

Sizzix has stood the test of time along with have become the forerunners of the card making market sector. With their particular patent die-cuts, textured impressions, along with machines it is simply no reason that this vendor continues to press forward adding texture to make astounding works of art form along with memories. From the […]

Provo Craft Cuttlebug Might Be a Far Better Bug Than The Cricut

Saturday, September 24th, 2011

As Provo Craft is among the pioneers of the scrapbooking market, many crafters only know of the Cricut Digital machine. But in 2006 they came out with one more bug that was making some various sounds, which was called the Cuttlebug Die Cutter and Embosser. This post takes a look in the other side of […]

Iron Beds of the Craftsman Era

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

As is the situation with many iron beds that came out of the 1800′s, their variations did not always seem appropriate for that period of time. Even though they were being created in the Victorian Era 1837 to 1901, many of the styles coming out of that period could easily be categorized as styles from […]

Business Gains Of Buying Wholesale Ladies Clothing

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

 There are a number of benefits of purchasing wholesale ladies clothing that one may not consider. There is the choice in the latest fashions, savings, and the opportunity to start a business of your own. This article will look at some of these benefits and how it might affect those involved.  Tanya loves to shop […]

Panoramic Paintings of Henri Matisse

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

Henri Matisse was born on December 31, 1869 at Le Cateau-Cambresis, a commune of Nord Pas-de-Calais, France. Matisse was a senior and a friend of the great painter, Pablo Picasso. Earlier Henri wanted to become a lawyer or attorney and so studied law at Paris in 1887. Later though he discovered a love for colors […]