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How to Make a Greek Comedy Mask

How to Make a Greek Comedy Mask

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-05-03Views:130

Greek drama masks have been used throughout ancient history to enact plays, skits and musical scores for audiences. These masks were usually made of leather, stone, linen or wood. Human hair, paint and carvings accentuated the emotion or character th[More]

How to Find the Right Shade of Blond

How to Find the Right Shade of Blond

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Blond hair can be light or dark, warm or cool. Certain shades complement different skin tones. Some things to consider when choosing a blond hair colour is the natural undertones of your skin, your natural hair colour and the intensity of blond you a[More]

How to Clean Wallabee Shoes

How to Clean Wallabee Shoes

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-04-29Views:130

Clarks first introduced Wallabee shoes in 1965. The moccasin-style shoes are made of suede or leather, and they have a natural, plantation-crepe outsole that contributes to their overall comfort. Allowing stains and dirt to build up on the suede vers[More]

How to Alter Men's Pants to Fit Women

How to Alter Men's Pants to Fit Women

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-04-28Views:130

Refashioning garments, which is the process of altering clothing for different uses, is gaining in popularity with seamstresses who enjoy making unique fashion statements. Trousers, one of the more expensive and time-consuming articles of clothing to[More]

The best sidecar bikes

The best sidecar bikes

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Motorcycle sidecars are separate seating areas that allow riders to carry an extra passenger without having them ride behind them on the seat. These sidecars have third wheels and typically sit low to the ground alongside the rider. According to the[More]

How to Make Face Stencils

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Face painting is most often seen at carnivals, fairs and children's festivals, but many adults enjoy having their faces painted as well. Face stencils are a tool used by face painters to ensure their designs come out even and attractive. Although you[More]

How to Install Patio Door Screens

How to Install Patio Door Screens

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An ideal solution for a screen for your patio door is a hideaway, rolling screen that rolls up and down like a window shade. The screen is made of fibreglass and rolls up into a two-inch square aluminium casing. It is installed over the top of the do[More]

How to Make Baby Bling Slippers

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Transforming plain baby slippers into bling baby shoes can be simple, fun and inexpensive. Each pair of slippers can be made to coordinate with outfits for a special occasion or for everyday wear. "Bling" can be found at craft or department stor[More]

How to build an external shed door

How to build an external shed door

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Building an external door for a shed requires solid, lightweight material. The best method of completing the project entails creating a figure-eight pattern with 1-inch by 4-inch boards and a thin, plywood surface for the external presence of the doo[More]

How to Curl Bangs With an Outward Flip

How to Curl Bangs With an Outward Flip

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-04-13Views:130

Flipped-out hair looks bouncy and youthful, especially when you blend fringe into the look. People who don't have much natural body or have unruly curls can coax their hair into the shape they want. The right styling products and tools will help you[More]

How to Measure the Density of Solid Water

How to Measure the Density of Solid Water

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Ice appears in nature in familiar forms such as snow, hail, pack ice, glaciers and polar ice caps. Less well known are the remarkable properties of water that derive from intermolecular "hydrogen bonding." Although weak, the hydrogen bond is cru[More]

How to Repair a Husqvarna Chainsaw With a Sheared Flywheel Key

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-04-11Views:130

The flywheel key on a Husqvarna chainsaw helps to time the spark to fire at the precise moment. The flywheel sits on the crankshaft, and the key helps connect the flywheel to the crankshaft. When the key is sheared, the spark will fire incorrectly. Y[More]

How Does Shared Custody Work?

How Does Shared Custody Work?

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Laws regarding child custody are specific to the state of residence in the U.S., although some similarities exist between the states. Some couples agree on shared custody of the children, which can mean joint legal custody, joint physical custody or[More]

How to Glue Soles on Cheap Work Boots

How to Glue Soles on Cheap Work Boots

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-04-06Views:130

Instead of spending money to buy new work boots, you can resole those old boots and extend their life. You can accomplish this easy task with a repair kit and follow a few simple instructions. Repair kits contain replacement soles and an adhesive to[More]

How to get rid of boils and abscesses in the pubic hair area

How to get rid of boils and abscesses in the pubic hair area

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-04-05Views:130

Skin abscesses occur when oil or sweat glands become infected, hair follicles become inflamed, or from breaks in the skin. Abscesses most often occur in the armpits, in the groin or around vaginal/anus areas, around a tooth, or on the base of the spi[More]

Signature lip colours for the red carpet

Signature lip colours for the red carpet

Category:StyleRelease time:2016-04-01Views:130

Introduction Whether you slick on a bright red lipstick for nights out or stick to a nude pout as a contrast with your smoky eyes, one thing's for certain – the makeup you wear on your lips can become your signature look. These red carpet beauties ha[More]

What were the child crusades in the 1800's to 1900's?

What were the child crusades in the 1800's to 1900's?

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The Industrial Revolution is a historic period from about 1750 to 1880, during which Europe and America experienced a fundamental change from primarily agricultural to industrial economies. In that time, humans harnessed electricity for commercial us[More]

How to Package Cold Pressed Soap

How to Package Cold Pressed Soap

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Soap-making at home is an enjoyable and practical craft. Most homemade soaps are made with one of two processes: hot processing or cold pressed soaps. Cold pressed soaps do not require the use of lye, which can create noxious fumes and require steps[More]

Laser Wood Cutting Tools

Laser Wood Cutting Tools

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Once plausible only in the realm of pulpy science fiction, lasers are becoming a part of our everyday life. Already commonplace in the medical and dental fields, laser tools are quickly moving into other fields as well. Woodworkers and woodcarvers ha[More]

How to tell if a rabbit is pregnant by feeling it?

How to tell if a rabbit is pregnant by feeling it?

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Some rabbits may change their behaviour when they are pregnant. A person can tell the rabbit is pregnant because it will start building a nest with its own fur and act angrily towards male rabbits. For rabbits that do no exhibit these behaviours, the[More]

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Acrobat's built-in options for creating animation in PDFs are quite limited. Acrobat Pro can only create animated page transitions, such as "Wipe" and "Fade," similar to slide transitions in PowerPoint. However, you can use the program's "Flash" and [More]
Aspartame is an artificial sweetener used in a variety of foods and drinks. The FDA has approved the use of aspartame and states that it is a safe food additive. Aspartame contains aspartic acid and phenylalanine, which are both amino acids founds in [More]
Dry rot is a type of fungus that lives in wood. When the fungus attacks the wood, the wood starts to crumble. Some cases of dry rot look similar to termite damage, while others look like the wood is ageing faster than normal. The wood will start to c [More]
Millefiori is closely identified with an old form of Venetian glasswork still produced today. It has the appearance of a profusion of tiny blossoms, giving rise to the term millefiori: a thousand flowers. You can duplicate this effect using polymer c [More]
Oxygen tanks are found among the general public related to the medical use of oxygen and recreational scuba diving. And therefore inevitably a certain number of oxygen tanks end up misplaced, lost or discarded every year. Oxygen tanks are not trash, [More]
Obtaining a passport in the Philippines requires the presentation of several government-issued documents and an in-person appearance. If you collect the appropriate documents, photos and fees, you should receive your passport within 10 to 20 working [More]
Centuries before the invention of the refrigerator, people used natural processes and food items to preserve food. Commodities such as salt and sunlight kept food edible for months after it would otherwise spoil, making it possible for people to surv [More]
Although many spring-blooming bulbs can be forced to bloom early indoors in soil, paperwhite narcissus and hyacinth bulbs can be grown in a clear glass vase partially filled with water. Starting the bulbs in water gives them and you a jump start on s [More]
Growing sugar crystals is a popular project for children and adults both at home or in school. Sugar crystals, or rock candy, are an easy treat to make yourself with a few household items. You can leave the rock candy a traditional white colour or ad [More]
In many ways, nothing says homey or cosy like a vintage styled kitchen. The kitchen is already one of the best rooms in the house for sitting down with a piece of pie and a good book; it becomes even more so with vintage decor. Vintage decor can make [More]