The basement tends to be the most neglected area in the average home. The lack of traffic and time spent down there usually leads to a unsanitary, unorganized space. Here are a few ways to brighten up that dirty, dingy basement.
Be firmly grounded in who you are and what you create. As artists, we create from deep inside ourselves. To offer your creations for sale may feel vulnerable, as if the rejection of your creation feels equal to the rejection of you – your very self. By offering or selling your art, you also may feel that you are opening yourself up to the criticism of it. And so to avoid the pain of being personally rejected, you do not dare offer the work.
Once you are done, thoroughly clean the floor again. You can use a vacuum cleaner to remove the sanding residue and then a damp sponge to wipe down the floor.
If your home’s paint is fading or peeling, or is a bit cheaper, pressure washing can damage it. In this case, a fresh paint by number kits-job just might be a necessity.
Many cross-stitchers prefer to set the mesh into a wooden or plastic frame in order to hold it taut and make it easier to hold as well as see the stitches. Again many craft stores as well as major retail outlets carry special frames that help hold your mesh paint by number kits tightly and give you a clear picture of your project.
Memory flashback. This game is great for moms, grand moms, sisters, and other relatives as well. For this game, everyone gathers around and tells their favorite memories about mom. These can even include childhood memories as well. This game will definitely bring everyone closer and make the day special.
Make hair for the doll out of Spanish moss, yarn, doll hair or even cotton balls. After gluing the hair on the doll is basically finished. You can add a tiny hat, give the doll a scarf instead of a ribbon around her neck, or make other additions and changes. In fact, you can even make the doll a man. Draw on a curled moustache and a tiny amount of hair – or leave him bald by using the wooden bead as-is. Create an assortment of the dolls to sit in a window. Or, make a much larger doll and use it as a table centerpiece. The dolls are perfect for the kitchen, bathroom, a bedroom – even the laundry room! They smell great, it takes little time or money to make them, and they’re always unique. No matter where you place the finished dolls your guests will definitely notice the fabulous aroma in that room!