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Which Were the Last Countries to Stop Using the Telegram?

  • Published on Monday, 22 October 2018 09:03
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Belgian Telegram

Traditional telegrams may be a thing of the past for most countries across the globe. Yet, there are some countries which kept the telegram around a little longer. With one country even sticking it out right up until 2017.

It may come as a surprise that it was, in fact, Belgium who never stopped using the telegram, or should I say “TȄLȄGRAMME”. This meant that one of the world’s oldest telegram operators finally closed their doors after 171 years of service.

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Make a Bell from Clay Pots

  • Published on Friday, 08 December 2017 11:49
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Clay pot crafting is a great way to make home decorations especially for Christmas. You can make clay flowerpots for gardening as a gift or for your own home and garden. The pots can be painted and hung together with rope or cord to create ornamental decorations.

To make a decorative clay bell you will need to get a hold of two different sized pots. Buy a pot that is about five or six inches in diameter and another much smaller. You will use the smaller one as the clapper. You’ll also need some decorative cord, two large wooden beads and some paints in your desired colors. You might also want to have some jewels to decorate the bell, which you can glue on. This can make a nice decoration for a porch or home conservatory.

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Hobby Ideas for Kids

  • Published on Friday, 27 October 2017 21:01
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Hobbies for kids will help keep them active, occupied and entertained for countless hours. Every child needs a hobby to help distract them from screen time and inactivity. A challenging or educational hobby will help in your child’s development and may even help keep them from a bad peer group and stay out of trouble.

A good hobby could be learning to play a musical instrument. The guitar can often be self-taught from a book if a child has the patience and enough interest, but for piano playing or other instruments, you will probably have to invest in lessons. Practice is, of course, an essential part of mastering any musical instrument.

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Tips for great tasting homemade soup

  • Published on Sunday, 12 November 2017 14:01
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With winter setting in it's time indulge with some quality home made soup.

Lean beef, mutton or chicken form the basis of great soup, so try and get good quality fresh meat from your local butcher.

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Money Saving Wedding Craft Ideas

  • Published on Thursday, 12 October 2017 12:26
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Your wedding will be one of the most special days of your life but the costs can put a strain on your financials. With a little creativity and know how to can help reduce the cost of the big day and add a personal touch to your wedding day with some home made craft ideas.

It’s not as hard as you might have thought to create your own wedding veil. To start you’ll need to get hold of a piece of bridal illusion big enough for your desired length. You’ll also need a comb to attach it to your hair and a headpiece to cover the comb. Sew in a line of running stitches about an inch in from the end of the illusion and gather it tightly. Now just sew the veil to the comb and cover with a headpiece.

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