Games & Past-times

How To make A Rag Rug

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Rag rugs are made from strips of old woollen clothing or blankets. They are simple to make, cost almost nothing but the results can be stunning.

How To Make Play Dough

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If you are looking for something new for the kids in the holidays then this is it. Not only will they enjoy making it with the supervision of an adult but will gain hours of fun playing with it.

How To Play a game of Guess Who

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Guess Who is a fun game for all the family or good for a children's party.

How To make a Children's Memory Game

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Children love this memory game and its guarenteed to keep them happy for a while. It is fun, free and easy, even mum's and dad's will enjoy the challenge.

How To make a Hanging Butterfly

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Young children love art and crafts.

How To make a Personal Poster with your Child

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This idea is a wonderful craft because the finished product, is both satisfiying and personal. Your children will love putting together a poster, all about thieir own hobbies and interests.

How To Make a Miniature Easter or Spring Garden

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This is a lovely project that the smallest child to a creative adult will enjoy. Think tiny and let your imagination run wild.

How to create a quick Easter bonnet

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Easter is the time of all things fluffy. Spring is in the air.

How to make a Pom Pom

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Pom poms are very easy to make and they do not cost very much. They are ideal for children’s craft and can be fashionable for adults, for making into scarves or adding to jackets, hats and bags.

How To Fit Guitar Strap Locks

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All guitars are fitted with standard strap holders.

How to Knit with Double-Pointed Needles

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Many knitting patterns call for double-pointed needles, especially when it comes to hats and mittens.

How To Make Paper Snowflakes

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Making paper snowflakes is a fun and cheap way to decorate your home for Christmas. This an activity you can do with children which they will enjoy and it will definitely keep them busy.

How to play Scissors, Paper, Stone

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The game of Scissor, Paper, Stone is known throughout the world although sometimes under a different name; some say rock instead of stone.

How to play Hangman

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Hangman is a fun game to play especially when there is nothing else to do, perhaps on a journey, waiting for an appointment or just as a rainy day activity

How to become a Bellringer

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You may often hear church bells ring out across the country. Have you ever been interested in learning to ring a bell yourself? Campanology is an unusual and exciting hobby.

How To Make A Fleece Scarf

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A fleece scarf is a really simple item to make for winter. No sewing is required for this scarf and they make great Christmas presents.

How To Make A Child Bandana Dress

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A bandana dress is a really easy and cute outfit to make for your daughter or nieces. They can be used for playing around and bandanas don’t cost much to buy.

How To Make A Pillow from a Bandana

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Making a pillow from a bandana is a cheap and simple way to liven up any dull living space. You only need 2 bandanas to make this stylish pillow.

How To Make A Bandana

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A bandana also spelt bandanna is a square shaped cloth, which is often used as a head or neck covering.

How To Turn Old T-Shirts Into Headbands

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If you have old t-shirts that are piling up in your wardrobe and don’t know what to do with them - well, did you know you can recycle your old t-shirts into headbands?

How To Make A Simple Headband

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If you want a headband that’s different from what is sold at the shops, you can simply make a headband yourself with your own personal touch.

How To Make A Hair Scrunchie Without Sewing

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Making your own scrunchie is simple and fun. You can make them to match an outfit or give them away as presents.

How To Use A Hot Glue Gun

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A hot glue gun is an essential equipment to have if you are a crafting enthusiast. It can widen your crafting possibilities and glue together many surfaces permanently.

How To Make A Hair Scrunchie

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A hair scrunchie (also known as a scrunchy) is a simple hair piece which can be used to tie your hair back. They can be stylish or funky and come in different sizes and designs.

How to knit a mobius scarf

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A mobius or infinity scarf is a fun and fashionable way to keep warm this winter. These cosy scarves are also surprisingly easy to make.

How To Paint A Scary Tiger Face

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The tiger face is one of the most popular designs that people request for face painting. It may look complicated and impossible to replicate.

How To Face Paint

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Learning to face paint is an enjoyable art skill. The good news is that even a complete novice can learn this fun and creative skill. Face painting is nothing new.

How to knit easy fingerless gloves

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As the colder weather approaches, it is the perfect time of year to pick up knitting.

How to play Killer on a Dartboard

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There are many different games you can play on a Dartboard; the standard 501 game, the shorter 301 game, a game of 1-10 doubles, the list is quite endless.

How to score a game of Darts

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It is thought that the game of darts first originated when soldiers threw short arrows at the bottom of tree trunks as the formulating cracks in the wood created natural sections.

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