The Benefits of Developing a New Hobby

  • Simulating a Cabin Style in Your City Home or Apartment

    2 November 2016

    You love living in the big city but miss the more natural look of your cabin or your old home in the country. Never fear: there are many great ways that you can decorate your city-based home or apartment to make it feel more like a cabin. Faux Wood Is a Great Option False wood or "faux bois" is a powerful way to make your home appear more like a cabin.

  • Creative Display Ideas For Some Of Your Favorite Model Trains

    12 August 2016

    If you are an avid model train collector and would like to display a few of your favorite sets inside of your home, consider the following ideas to showcase each one. Not only will you be able to enjoy watching the trains as they move along the tracks that you have set up, you will also be able to show off your prized possessions when friends stop by to visit.

  • Three Tips For Beginning RC Users

    18 March 2016

    If you've just gotten your first remote-controlled truck or car, you're in for lots of fun. However, learning to use the toy safely can take some time. While some RC toys are simple to operate, others require more control. There are also some basic safety issues you have to consider. Here are three tips to make your new hobby a long-lasting one. Battery Charging When charging the RC toy, do not leave it unattended and do not charge it overnight when you're asleep.

  • Tips For Using And Prolonging The Life Of Your Paint Supplies

    29 July 2015

    Paint supplies are expensive, have a limited shelf life, and require special care to extend their usefulness. Paints can become contaminated with bacteria if not properly stored and can lose their vibrancy over time. Additionally, brushes and canvas can become misshapen if not properly cleaned or stored. To prolong the longevity of your paints, brushes, and canvases, keep these tips in mind. Paints and Mediums Store paints in their original containers in a cool, dry place.