Earn Good Profits Out of Beeswax Candle Making

Many candle sellers make use of various materials in producing their products. They are no longer confined to paraffin or gel wax. There have been many sources of other candle-related supplies and this includes palm wax and beeswax. Beeswax candle making is in fact, a great way to start your ...

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Goldy the Sunflower Oil and the Birthday Party

It's a new day and a new weekend. Goldy the sunflower oil is ready to take on his new mission. Today is the day that a little child is turning ten and all his many friends have been invited. The food selection for the day is fried finger food – ...

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Bonsai Ochna Serrulata For Your Balcony Garden

The Ochna serrulata makes an interesting outdoor bonsai subject for growers in Zones 14-24, or anywhere with winter protection. Its foliage is attractive as the leaves change color during the seasons, its flowers are striking, and the seed formation is unique. This evergreen shrub from South Africa has a slow-growing, ...

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Enhancing The Entrance of Your Home

Enhancing the entrance of your home is not as expensive or as confusing as you may think. You may want to add light into a dark foyer, or add to your home’s curb appeal. Whatever the reason you may be thinking about enhancing the entrance of your home, there are ...

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The 10 Most Unique Wedding Entrance Songs of All Time

For weddings, you just believe that the bride will be entering to the same, old, traditional, “Bridal March” or “Here Comes the Bride” song. For most couples that are planning their wedding, this is not a song they truly like, however wedding entrance songs are nearly never discussed. Many couples ...

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Easter Basket History

It’s hard to imagine Easter without Easter baskets. Traditionally, these are filled with candy treats such as chocolates and jelly beans, usually in the shape of an egg. There may also be hollow plastic eggs with coins or other treats inside. But did you ever wonder where the whole idea ...

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The Rape of the Lock – Does Pope Portray Belinda as a Goddess?

The Rape of the Lock portrays the fashionable world of the early eighteenth century London, and its title page describes it as a heroic-comical poem. Pope remarks that “the use of pompous language for low actions is the perfection of the mock-epic.” The mock-heroic is singularly effective in exposing the ...

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