Candle Waste Verses Candle Use by Recycling
Depending on the type of candle you’ve chosen for your home decor, you may find yourself disposing of glass jars and leftover wax more often than you’d prefer. This nuisance can be avoided through the use of oil candles wherein you simply replace the oil as needed, but many prefer the use of soy and paraffin candles instead. Before you throw out your old wax candles, check out a few of these upcycling ideas!Custom Embroidery: Yesterday And Today
The art of custom embroidery has undergone many changes in its long history. Read more about it here.How to Make Russian Nesting Dolls
This is a short article that highlights a few basic tips and tricks on how to paint your own nesting dolls. We discuss the painting styles, paint types and various other important tips that will lead you to success when you paint your own nesting dolls.Soy Vs Paraffin Wax
It’s often noted that Ancient Egyptians were the first to use candles by soaking the pithy core of reeds and animal fats to construct rudimentary torches and rush lights. While these lacked a wick and, thus, were not considered true candles, man has been using what we would consider a wicked candle for at least the last 5,000 years. Since then, the composition of candles has evolved to what we would consider traditional materials such as scented paraffin wax and soy wax with a wick burner in the center. While paraffin and soy wax candles may seem interchangeable, the fact of the matter is that soy candles hold a host of benefits over their paraffin counterparts, ushering in a great debate for those who have traditionally adorned their homes with paraffin candles.3 Tips For Getting Started With Model Trains
Model trains can be an ideal hobby to help you relax at the end of the day or bond with your children. Given the variety of model options, though, it often helps to have a few tips to help you get started.