Picture Hanger

For an instant picture hanger, pop the tab off a soda can and glue it to the back of the frame of a picture or hanging. It's easy to position it exactly where you want it so the picture hangs perfectly. For light weight pictures, use a straight (stick) pin – put it in the wall at an angle and hang the picture, etc. at the wall end of the pin. If you put it directly next to the wall and the hanger is thin, the pin will support a great deal of weight- some even hang mirrors this way and save making large holes in walls – also save money from not purchasing hangers.

There are many, many entries on this web site. Be sure to scroll back through to the beginning for all the recipes and tips. The “calendar” area has class listings of many types of classes and locations that I teach cooking, homemade pet foods, homemade soap and personal products and many more items. If you would like a class in “home-making”, sewing without a machine or with a machine or any other subject, please contact me and we can arrange a class in my home or any location of your choice. Please contact me for more details. Classes for all ages are available, including children – hands-on or presentational style.
Gift certificates area available for weddings, holidays or “your are special” gifts or any other reason.
Team building with cooking classes is fun. Join co-workers and create recipes or learn about each other while cooking.
I am available to teach cooking classes or food related subjects in your home or give presentations or classes for your organizations or groups. Contact me at the following e-mail address:
Cooking classes currently scheduled can be viewed by clicking on the “Calendar” icon. The schedules will be updated as they change.
Interactive questions, comments, suggestions, etc. can also be posted on this website.

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