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  • TorontoSEO 9:55 AM on May 6, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , , Decorating for Christmas Using What You Already Have Inside Your Home, , , paper, , , , ,   

    Decorating for Christmas Using What You Already Have Inside Your Home

    Are you planning on becoming one the millions of Americans who decorate their homes for Christmas? If so, where do you plan on getting your Christmas decorations from? When it comes to Christmas decorations, there are many individuals who choose to buy new Christmas decorations each year. While it is nice to have new Christmas decorations each year, you may not have or want to spend the extra money. If so, you are lucky because there are a number of different ways that you can go about decorating your home for Christmas by using the things that can already be found inside your home.

    When it comes to using the items that you already have inside your home, to create Christmas decorations, you will, in a way, be creating your own decorations. You can do this by taking items that you already have, such as a bowl, and adding other items that you may already have inside your home, such as artificial flowers or something similar, to create a Christmas decoration. One of the many benefits to doing this is the fact that you can save yourself a fairly large amount of money. While it is possible to purchase Christmas decorations for an affordable price, it can get quite expensive. That is why you may want to think about decorating your home for Christmas with the items that can already be found inside of it.

    Above, a bowl and artificial flowers was used as an example of how you can create your own Christmas decorations. That example was just a few of the many that exist. You can also use candleholders to create your own Christmas themed centerpieces. In addition to table centerpieces, Christmas pictures and drawings are also commonly used as Christmas decorations. If you have paper, colored pencils, markers, or even crayons inside your home, you could easily create you own Christmas pictures. If you own a collection of picture frames, you could easily turn your Christmas picture or drawing into a framed work of art; a work of art that may look well displayed in your bathroom, the living room, or even the entrance to your home.

    While it may be a little bit harder to do, you can also create your own Christmas tree decorations by using the items that you have inside your home. This may be ideal, especially if you have children. With a little bit of construction paper, scissors, tape, or staples, you or your children could create your own Christmas tree decorations. Cutting the construction paper into small strips and then connecting them into circles, in links, is a nice substitute for Christmas lights or garland. You and your children could also make your own Christmas ornaments in a similar fashion.

    In addition to making your own Christmas decorations, there is a good chance that you may already have Christmas decorations inside your home, from previous years. If this is the case, you may want to think about using the same Christmas decorations again. If you would like to spice things up a bit, you can easily rearrange the decorations and how they are displayed in your home to prevent them from looking the same as before. You may also want to alter the decorations that you have. You can easily do this by adding a Christmas bow to a wreath and so on.

    Why spend money on new Christmas decorations if you don’t have to, especially if you do not have the extra money to spend? By keeping the above mentioned points in mind, you could easily save your money for something better, such as your Christmas dinner or Christmas gifts for your friends and family.

     
  • TorontoSEO 12:32 PM on March 4, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: , , Canadian Coin Collecting, Canadian Coin Collecting Pleasures vs Treasures, Canadian coins, , , paper, , , , , ,   

    Canadian Coin Collecting Pleasures vs Treasures

    In Canada where money the popularity of coins has shown significant increase because the value of the “paper money” tends to deflate as much as 25% to 30% in a short period of time.

    For this reason, coin manufacturers in Canada started making different kinds of coins to replace the value that was lost in the depreciation of paper money. Gold continues to thrive in various types of coins and their value continues to increase.

    Coins function as solid emblems of a nation’s history. Canada has gained importance by producing Canadian coins serve as a means of monetary exchange and a source of historical enrichment.

    Many coin collectors are enticed to try Canadian coin collecting. They know that collecting such Canadian treasures not only offer them remarkable diversion but can also provide them with additional value in the future.

    So for those who wanted to start collecting Canadian coins, here is a list of some ways to get you started:

    1. Do your homework

    Like in any venture you must do your homework before you start collecting coins. Try to research how Canada manufactures their coins.

    Learn the history of coins and how they may offer great opportunities to earn a profit and at the same time be an enjoyable hobby.

    2. Finders keepers

    To start the ball rolling, try to get as many coins or tokens as you can obtain without having to spend a great amount of money. Your parents or your grandparents may have some coins that they kept because they did not hold any monetary value at that time.

    3. Use some guides

    Coin collecting is not a complicated activity but it is not that easy either. You would likely need some references that will guide you in choosing the kinds of Canadian coins to collect.

    You can refer to “Haxby’s Coins of Canada” or other brochures that will provide you with adequate information regarding Canadian coin collecting.

    4. Enjoy and have fun

    The idea of coin collecting is not to get the most expensive and the rarest coins that you can find. What matters most is that you enjoy what you do and that you are amazed by the kinds of coins that you are able to obtain.

    Coin collecting may differ from one place to another but Canadian coin collecting is sure to give a hobbyist great pleasure and not just mere treasures.

     
  • TorontoSEO 6:53 AM on May 24, 2007 Permalink |
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    Can Discount Stores Really offer you a Bargain?

    It seems like dollar stores and other various discount stores are becoming a common retailer in most areas. Can these discount stores really offer you a bargain or do they just sell poor quality items? In my opinion, there are plenty of gear bargains to be found in dollar stores and discount stores if you look for the right items.

    I give lots of cards to people, but they can cost $3 each at most retailers. I can find some great cards at discount stores for about $.50 each. They are still funny or pretty or sentimental in nature and I never feel like I had to settle for less than what I wanted to say.

    Disposable items for a party are a great deal at discount stores. The cost of napkins, paper plates, cups, silverware, invitations, and tablecloths can really add up fast. Wrapping paper and gift bags are another area of party items that can be found for a good price at discount stores.

    I wouldn’t recommend going into discount stores and buying gifts for your family members or friends, but there are some good items in there. I personally enjoy buying picture frames from discount stores because they look just as nice. However, I would feel bad giving picture frames from these stores as gifts. For example I bought a very nice set of three frames from a discount store recently. They look like glass and make a beautiful display on my dresser. Yet when you pick them up you can quickly tell they are made from lightweight plastic.

    Most discount stores have plenty of toys for children, but remember that children are very hard on toys. They will be very disappointed when the head pops off the doll or the tires fall of the car. I wouldn’t recommend buying such toys from a discount store as the quality just isn’t there.

    Yet there are plenty of fun children’s toys you can get from a discount store including cards, marbles, bubbles, sidewalk chalk, and coloring books. These all make great items for stocking stuffers or even for traveling to make the trip go by faster. I like to bring bubbles for when we stop at a rest area as an incentive to get them to treat each other with respect while we are on the road. Simple, but it works well every time!

    There are also plenty of items at discount stores that you can use to decorate your home. I refuse to pay $35 for a shower curtain! It just isn’t going to happen. I always get them at the dollar store for just a couple of dollars. They last a very long time and they were well. I have not problem at all when the time comes to replace it. I have also found neat soap dishes and wall hangings for my bathroom at discount stores.

    Office supplies are something most of us use on a regular basis. You can get them for a very good price at discount stores. Notebooks, paper, pens, glue, rulers, scissors, calculators, and envelopes can all be found for a really good price. I have never had any problems with the quality of such items. They are very comparable to those I buy at other retail stores for much more money.

    I think when it comes to finding bargains at discount stores there are some to be found. It is important that you don’t have too high of expectations when it comes to the quality of the items. Yet in most of the cases relating the different items I have described above, the quality doesn’t have to be exceptional. They will work to serve the purpose without costing you a fortune. This makes party planning much more fun when you know you have the budget to cover it all. If you don’t shop at discount stores you are really missing out on some great bargains!

     
  • TorontoSEO 6:40 AM on May 23, 2007 Permalink |
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    Do you Really Save Money if you Purchase Items in Bulk

    With the continued cost of various items in our society the concept of buying in bulk is getting to be more common that ever. Yet many people question if they are really saving money or not. The answer to this question that yes you will save money when you purchase the right items in bulk. For example you really don’t need to purchase a case of 200 light bulbs as that will last you for many, many years. On the other hand if you have a fairy large family or lots of guests on a regular basis you might consider buying toilet paper and paper towels in bulk.

    Any item that you will use up in a short period of time is a good candidate for being purchased in bulk. There are many membership warehouses that offer bulk items that focus on families and small businesses. Dry ingredients for your home including sugar and flour are good options. Avoid buying bulk items that will result in eating the same thing day after day though as no one wants to have to do this. For example, don’t buy snacks and potato chips in bulk because everyone in your family will quickly tire of the taste.

    If you find that such items like that are a good deal but more than you reasonably need, consider buying bulk items with another family. This way you can share the items and the expense. It is good idea to take the other party shopping with you so that everyone gets a fair say in what items will be purchased. You may need to be willing to try new brands of items to make this work. If the other party already uses that brand ask them to give you a sample. If you want them to consider your brand then offer them a sample of it to try as well.

    Meat is probably the best item you can buy in bulk to save money. This will likely involve investing in a freezer that can be kept in your garage or basement to store the meat in. You can purchase a whole beef, ½ a beef, or even a quarter of beef. Bulk meats of bacon and pork from pigs are also a good option. Once again you may want to consider sharing the products and the cost with a friend or relative.

    Canned goods last a very long time so you can purchase them in bulk and not have to worry about them spoiling. Some good choices are soups, canned vegetables, and various sauces that you will use for cooking. Babies are quite expensive as anyone with them can attest to. Buying diapers, baby food, and baby formula in bulk are all good ways to save money on those necessities. And finally, let’s not forget about the expense relating to feeding our pets. If you use dry cat or dog food then buying it in bulk may be a good option for you.

    Most people don’t change the type of laundry detergent or cleaning supplies they use very often. You can purchase these items in bulk and save plenty of money. Most of the time they will come in larger bottles that you can pour into smaller spray bottles. Make sure you have a cool dry place to store the remaining cleaning supplies that are out of the reach of children.

    To ensure you are really getting a good deal on bulk items, take the time to read the information relating to the cost of the item per unit. This way you can compare that price with the overall cost. In most cases you will be able to find some really good deals that save you money. On the other hand don’t be so quick to pick up that big package of what ever you are looking at without finding out how much each item is really costing you. Manufacturers have gotten very good at selling items on concept and package designs rather than pricing.

     
  • TorontoSEO 5:43 AM on December 21, 2006 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , Framed Mirrors, hardboard, How to Design Framed Mirrors in Bathroom Accessories, paper, picture frame, , , , , , , ,   

    How to Design Framed Mirrors in Bathroom Accessories

    Did you know that you could invent your own-framed mirrors? Instead of heading to the store and purchasing pricey mirrors, you can use material around your home, or purchase affordable products to design your own mirror. Need help:

    How to invent your own mirror:
    Designing your own mirrors is the start of creating a completely new bathroom. You can use material around the home, such as photo frames. Try to choose an embellishing prototype. The embellished frame will make a great wall mirror, otherwise you can design tabletop mirrors, using it as a vanity. Vanities make nice displays, especially when you surround it with your favorite items, including perfumes and so on.

    How do I choose textile?
    Again, you will need a picture frame. You want a frame to fit the mirror. It depends on the size you want to accomplish, otherwise try choosing mirror and frames at with the amount of cm you need, which is around one-eighth-inch to a quarter inches. You will need an additional three to six centimeters, which equals around the same measurements.

    How do I add a back?
    You can use hardboard to add your backing. When choosing the board however, make sure that you match the board to the weight of the mirror. Rather, make sure that the cardboard will hold up the frame and mirror weight. Mirrors typically weigh approximately seven hundred fifty-g depending on the dimension. In this instance, you are making the quarter frame, so you will need to consider point zero/thirty two squares per m. If your mirror weighs more than 3-pounds, you will need a board to hold 1.6-kg per square foot. The thickness of the board then should be around one eight-inches. The mirror will fit into your rabbet, which you can have the glass cut at any glass shop, or mirror shop that specializes in glass products. If you want to use fancy material, purchase hardboards of equal size.

    Once you have your materials together, you will need to fit the mirror onto the backing. The backing should slide into the groove cut, or wood joints. (Rabbet) Once you have inserted the parts, you will need to nail your brads mildly to avoid breaking your mirror, nailing it into the picture frame. If you intend to hang the mirror on your wall, you will need hangers, which you want to pivot.

    How to choose mounting materials:
    You will need your mirror, frame, short screws, corner brace, craft paper (Brown), dual-adhesive farmer tape, dust cover, hangers, a couple of mirror hangers, awl, jigsaw, knife, and additional screws to mount your frame.

    Now that you have a basic idea, you can start creating your mirror. In short, it takes ten steps completely to create your framed mirror. To finish your mirror we recommend that you visit your local library and check out books to direct you. Otherwise, I will briefly walk you through the ten steps.

    Your first step is to face your frame on the wrong side and secure your brace corners, fastening it transversely to connect with the milter corners. With your awl, create pilot holes in the back of your frame. Once you have created the holes, insert the screws. If you have purchased hardboard, or using cardboard cut the board so, that it matches the size or your mirror. Facedown, place the mirror inside your wood joints. Now you can place your hardboard/cardboard inside the wood joints and over your mirror. Brads should be inserted at this point, which should measure at two points five-cm at the intervals of your corners.

    Next, use your tape to adhesive the frame, layering the tape at the outer edges of your frame and around three-mm. Do away with the paper cover. Now you are off to a great start of completing your mirror. Use your brown construction paper and cut five-cm, creating a strip extending a considerable distance than your picture frame. Once you have your paper over the backboard, you want to secure it. Use your construction tape. The last steps is to trim, mark, and measure to add your hangers.

     
  • TorontoSEO 5:50 AM on December 2, 2006 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , , , paper, , rubber stamps, , , That Bare Wall Benefiting from Bathroom Accessories, , , ,   

    That Bare Wall Benefiting from Bathroom Accessories

    How to fill in the blanks with rubber stamps:
    Is there a bare wall in your bathroom? Is the wall bare so that you cannot find a theme to match? Have you considered wallpaper, yet nothing seems to fit? Why not put your creativeness and ideas to work and make your own wallpaper design. I bet no one else will have one like it.

    Before you get started, decide what you really want to put on a bare wall you are trying to cover. Make sure you are creative and try to use the same theme you are working with, such as birds. This can be done in any room of you house where you have a wall and want to do something different.

    You’ll need to shop around and find some rubber stamps or stencils; you can even draw the design if you want. The rubber stamps, stencils, all of these things can be found in the craft department of most department stores. Be sure to grab the brushes you’ll need; the variety pack of brushes is nice since you have different sizes and styles all in one.

    Usually in the same department you’ll be able to purchase the paints you’ll need, use ceramic paint, it comes in many colors and shades to accommodate your needs. Clean up is a breeze just using warm and soapy water to clean up the paint to change from one color to another is all you need to do.

    Whenever doing a project like this, you should do it twice to be sure you have the right design and colors that you’ll want to use. If you need more stamps or stencils just go to another department store, wherever craft supplies are sold, they all sell different ones. Cover the area that you are going to stamp on with freezer paper. The paper you can buy wherever groceries are sold, usually in the meat department. When putting up the paper just stick a thumbtack on the corner and a few places in the center to hold it in place.

    Now you are ready to make the first copy of your wall project. Go for it and start stamping away.

    It is hard to place everything so they are exactly spaced but don’t worry you can fill in those empty spots later. When going from one color to another, if the colors are going to touch make sure that the first color completely dries? When finished, let dry and look at it for a couple of days to make sure this is what you want. Then go on to the permanent design.

    How to remove the paper?
    Now you’re ready to do your wall, taking down the paper carefully so you don’t forget your color combinations. Keep it for a pattern to work from. Remember no two projects are the same. That’s the fun of the whole project; no one will have one like it.

    Paint your wall in the color of your choice making it a light color to match the colors you are going to stamp on it. Using your pattern, you have set aside; start stamping again on the original wall. Again, make sure each color is completely dry before stamping another color so they do not touch each other. If do not like the pattern you’ve done just fill in the spaces with something else or add a new color somewhere. No matter how many times you use this technique you’ll never be able to do two projects the same. This is the tactic known as creativity.

     
  • TorontoSEO 11:02 AM on March 3, 2006 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , , Gold Coin Collecting, gold coins, , , paper, , , , ,   

    Gold Coin Collecting

    Coin collecting is something that dates back to the when coins were first issued for trade. It was only in the Middle Ages that people turned this into a hobby because of the art work and the historical value.

    Coin collecting today is still a hobby that many people enjoy. One of the most precious and most expensive collections that anyone can ever have are those of gold coins. The most expensive gold coin ever bought was worth around eight million dollars. This was the American 1933 Gold Eagle. This is why the collecting of gold coins deserves to be called the hobby of kings.

    Gold coins were one of the oldest forms of money. This was later followed by silver coins. Gold coins were in circulation in the United States from 1838 to 1933. The design was the Liberty Head bust but this was only made until 1907. The design was then changed to the Indian Head and Saint Gaudens motifs and was used until 1933 when the Great Depression began. This prompted the recall of gold coins which makes them very difficult to find today.

    Since these are no longer in circulation, the price for one of this rare commodity is quite high. Gold is now used for other things such as jewelry or bars that people retain as an investment.

    South Africa minted its first gold coin called the Krugerrand in 1967. This coin has no face value but merely stands as a symbol. It is made of 1 ounce of gold and can be purchased for investment purposes.

    Since then other countries also minted bullion coins. Canada made the Gold Maple Leaf in 1979 and Australia made the Nugget in 1981. These two are much more popular than the South African coin because of its 24 carat purity.

    A lot of people retain gold today as an investment because they speculate that the demand will cause its market value to increase. Others hold it as a form of insurance should the financial situation become worse. There was a point in time when the more paper money that was made, the higher the price of gold which maintained gold and cash as equal value. After this standard ended in 1971, this enabled government to produce more paper currency without increasing the price of gold.

    Since gold coins can longer be used to purchase merchandise most coin collectors just keep them to remember that people once used them.

     
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