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  • How To Make Massage Oil

    A massage can be therapeutic, or sensuous, or both. The key to a good massage is both the skill of the massager (the masseur or masseuse) and the ingredients of the...
  • How To Buy Intelligently on eBay

    There are wonderful bargains to be found on eBay, but the novice buyer can wind up overpaying, often paying more than retail for an item, especially when shipping...
  • How To Draw Faces

    Faces hold a special place in human vision. Recognizing familiar faces actually takes place in a different part of the brain than recognizing, say, landmarks or...
  • How To Knit on Double Pointed Needles

    If you're just learning to knit, then I suggest you begin by checking out Knitting Essentials -- you'll learn everything you need to know to get started with this fun...
  • How To Care for Older Cats

    Older cats are more sedentary than younger ones, and usually easier housemates, since they are less 'crazy,' but they have unique health issues that you should be...
  • How To Care for Your House Cat

    Cats are among the easiest house pets to care for, because they are fairly self-sufficient, as long as they are fed and their litter is changed periodically. But there...
  • How To Learn Watercolor Painting

    Watercolor painting--painting in any medium--is one of the most fulfilling hobbies you can have. If you are interested in learning to paint in watercolors, you might...
  • How To Draw Hair

    Drawing hair is fairly easy if you go about it the right way, and do the steps in the correct order. It can be a frustrating back-and-forth if you try to create...
  • Cross Stitching Clothes: Cross Stitch Designs and Patterns

    Cross stitching sayings or motifs on clothing is a great way to personalize your look, or promote your message, whether you want people to know your grandkids are the...
  • How To Cross Stitch

    Cross stitch is a type of embroidery that employs usually only one stitch, the cross stitch, an 'X' stitched across the threads of the underlying fabric. It can be...

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