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Crafting To Relieve Stress

I am a busy mom, which makes it exceptionally difficult to relax. A few years ago, I realized that I needed a creative outlet for my stress, and so I started crafting. Every week, I would choose a project around the house to fix up. It was fun to add crown molding to my bathroom, to make a wreath for my front door, and to design holiday decorations for my home. I wanted to create a fun-filled blog where other moms could glean inspiration. Check out these articles for ideas that might help you to make something special and truly customized for your home.

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Crafting To Relieve Stress

    Model Airplane Building: What To Do When An Integral Part Breaks

    Serious model builders prefer perfection. It is not uncommon to spend hours sanding pieces, gluing them together, and disassembling everything to try for a better fit. It is part of the process and makes the finished kit that much more enjoyable because the assembler can display it with pride. The most disheartening moment for any of these hobbyists is when an important piece breaks in a way that makes it impossible to repair so the flaw is undetectable.

    5 Fun Handmade Tools For Experimenting With Acrylic Paints

    When it's hard to feel motivated to keep painting as you build your skills with acrylic, experimenting is the best way to break out of a rut. Unusual painting tools create exciting textures and patterns that you wouldn't get during your usual painting practice sessions. Round out your collection of tools from the paint supply store with these five fun ideas you can most likely make with materials already lying around the house.

    Five Quadcopter Mistakes That Could Injure Somebody

    Quadcopters are increasingly popular in the United States, and thousands of enthusiasts now love to fly these amazing drones. Unfortunately, your new quadcopter could injure somebody if you don't use the gadget safely. Make sure you don't have any accidents by avoiding the five following flying mistakes. No pre-flight maintenance checks Regular use could mean that some of your quadcopter's parts start to wear or come loose. In many cases, you can easily fix these problems with a screwdriver or a spanner, but if you don't check the drone before each flight, a simple mechanical problem could cause an accident.