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Fun & Adventure In Lagos Nigeria
367,80 € *
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You are sure to enjoy and learn about Nigeria her people and her culture from the national museum. Explore nature, spot animals such as monkeys, birds, tortoises, and peacocks and go for a walk on the longest canopy walk in Africa. Play the largest chess gameCompliment the tour with a nice time in Lekki Art Market. You will have the chance to buy local art pieces head to freedom park formal a prison yard for the slave market now turn to a museum and entertainment park.Nike Art Gallery will blow your mind away with a variety of world-class art if you are an art lover you will definitely love it.We also head to National Art Theatre where you will have the chance to look and local handmade crafts also take a walk inside the theater where major Nigerian movies are been stage live.We visit the Ikeja city mall where you have the time to shop for any and all kinds of products then we head for one of the most visited beaches in Lagos Elegushi beach

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Stand: 02.04.2020
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Garden Crafts
22,99 € *
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Garden Crafts ab 22.99 € als epub eBook: 30 Beautiful and Practical Projects for Patio Porch Deck Garden or Yard. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Hobby & Freizeit,

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Stand: 02.04.2020
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Garden Crafts
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Garden Crafts ab 22.99 EURO 30 Beautiful and Practical Projects for Patio Porch Deck Garden or Yard

Anbieter: ebook.de
Stand: 02.04.2020
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Craft: Volume 04: Transforming Traditional Crafts
19,90 CHF *
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CRAFT is the first project-based magazine dedicated to the renaissance happening within the world of crafts. Celebrating the DIY spirit, CRAFT's goal is to unite, inspire, inform and entertain a growing community of highly imaginative people who are transforming traditional art and crafts with unconventional, unexpected, and even renegade techniques, materials and tools. The theme for CRAFT Volume 04 is costumes, and in the Special Section we profile extraordinary costume makers and show you how to make your own Carmen Miranda-style headdress as well as a sweet disguise for your pooch. The fun just starts there, with 29 awesome projects including making custom car seat covers for your ride, a modern, swanky birdhouse for your yard, and a suede macrame beaded curtain for your pad. We'll show you the ins and outs of spray painted graffiti and moss graffiti, how to harvest squid ink, how to make new candles out of old ones, and much more. We'll even get you started on whittling wood and dyeing fibers using nature's bounty.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.04.2020
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Vintage Crafts: 75 Do-It-Yourself Decorating Pr...
17,90 CHF *
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Vintage flair isn’t just classy and cute; it’s fun to create and perfect for any budget! So let your creativity run wild on trips to the flea market, and don’t back down from that deal at the yard sale. With Vintage Crafts, use paper scraps, teacups, and a splash of paint to decorate your house room by room. More than just a craft book, Vintage Crafts features recipes fresh from the countryside, lessons for safe and easy outdoor improvement, and tips for keeping your house eco-friendly. This is the ultimate home decor resource from Sweden’s number one lifestyle blogger, Clara Lidström. Learn to liven up secondhand clothes, turn old fabrics into patchwork projects, and interject some ’50s-era chic into your thrift store finds. Elegant, old-style country projects include: Champagne box bookshelves Wallpapering with maps Silhouette frames Baby shoe flower planters Bark and twig lanterns And so much more to make with your two hands and flea market bargains! So look around: if your house is full of scraps and never-used knickknacks, turn them into something beautiful, useful, and made by you! With Vintage Crafts at your crafting table, your hands will never be idle again!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.04.2020
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England Of Song And Story - A Picture Of Life I...
75,90 CHF *
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ENGLAND OF SONG AND STORY A PICTURE OF LIFE IN ENGLAND AND A BACKGROUND FOR ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE 16TH, 17TH, AND 18TH CENTURIES BY MARY I. CURTIS ALLYN AND BACON BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA SAN FRANCISCO DALLAS WARWICK CASTLE PREFACE England of Song and Story is a picture a series of pictures of life as it was lived in England during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries. The book may be considered as a stage setting, giving reality and interest to the life and happenings of the people of these centuries. And just as any drama upon the modern stage is more readily enjoyed and comprehended when it is set forth with appropriate costuming, properties, and stage settings, so the history and literature of these interesting times can be read with greater understanding and enjoyment against a background picturing the people at work and at play telling us what they looked like, how they felt, and how they acted showing us their brilliant festivals so eagerly enjoyed, the ruthless punishments of criminals, the hardships and the pleasures in the daily life of all classes in the city, in the country, at court. Much interest and pleasure is often lost by the reader, especially the young reader, if he does not understand the customs, the point of view, and the feelings of the people about whom he reads in Shakespeare and the other English classics. Without some friendly acquaintanceship the characters may seem stilted and unnatural. In England of Song and Story the author hopes to make these people of past days seem alive and real to the reader. In order to make the picture more complete it has been necessary to dip back occasionally into medieval days, and in some instances to touch on times somewhat later than the eighteenth century. In the use of quotations, especially quotations from authors such as Chaucer and Robert Burns, the spelling and dialect have been altered to a simpler form, or modernized sufficiently to make the words easier of understanding to modern eyes and ears. Quotations from contemporary documents and literature have been freely used to illustrate this story of the past, for in many cases nothing else shows so well the atmosphere of the period. M. I. C. CONTENTS CHAPTER I How LONDON STEEETS GOT THEIR STRANGE NAMES The story of London told by the names of its streets - Meaning of Llyndin Roman London The Tower Names dating from the Roman City wall Aldgate Hounds ditch Bishopsgate Blackfriars Streets within the old City Cheapside Streets named for crafts and trades Bread Street Ironmongers Lane Thread needle Street Smithfield Giltspur Street Bunhill Fields Pudding Lane, and others Meaning of Lombard Reason for the signs of English coinage Old Jewry Nightingale Lane St. Andrew Undershaft Names around St. Pauls Cathedral Amen Court, and others Bow bells The Cockney Dick Whittington Noises and smells of City in old days Stinking Lane Picturesque processions Love of people for London Southwark Fleet Street The Strand Charing Cross Westminster Scotland Yard Haymarket Picca dilly Pall Mall Rotten Row 1 CHAPTER II How PEOPLE LIVED IN THESE OLD STREETS AND LANES Why people spent so much time in the streets Daily life in England in Shakespeares day In periods leading up to and following this great age Shakespeares characters typical English men and women Relative importance of London to the rest of England Thames River as a general highway Condition of the streets Beau traps Keeping the wall Shops The Fortunes of Nigel Apprentice lads cry of Clubs Noises of the streets Method of advertising goods for sale The cries of London trades men The City watchmen Linkboys Fountains and water supply Cheapside The Lord Mayors procession Crowds in the streets Sights to be seen Types of houses Red roofs Windows No houses numbered Reason for this Picturesque signs to distinguish houses Interior of houses Wall hangings Standard of comfort ...

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.04.2020
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Create a Bewitched Fall-o-ween
14,90 CHF *
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Serving a cauldron full of creepy autumn crafts, this project book features a new recipe for Halloween fun. Projects use step-by-step instructions to help crafters adorn every part of their home and yard with festive creations. From a Fun Fur Spider crawling up a living room wall, to a Mummy wreath decorating the front door to a 'Not So Grim' Reaper to watch over the backyard garden, readers will create a boo-tiful display! Gorgeous photography is set in such historic homes as the Victorian Rose Bed & Breakfast in Ventura, CA, and silent film star Francis Lederer's estate.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.04.2020
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Craft: Volume 04: Transforming Traditional Crafts
14,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

CRAFT is the first project-based magazine dedicated to the renaissance happening within the world of crafts. Celebrating the DIY spirit, CRAFT's goal is to unite, inspire, inform and entertain a growing community of highly imaginative people who are transforming traditional art and crafts with unconventional, unexpected, and even renegade techniques, materials and tools. The theme for CRAFT Volume 04 is costumes, and in the Special Section we profile extraordinary costume makers and show you how to make your own Carmen Miranda-style headdress as well as a sweet disguise for your pooch. The fun just starts there, with 29 awesome projects including making custom car seat covers for your ride, a modern, swanky birdhouse for your yard, and a suede macrame beaded curtain for your pad. We'll show you the ins and outs of spray painted graffiti and moss graffiti, how to harvest squid ink, how to make new candles out of old ones, and much more. We'll even get you started on whittling wood and dyeing fibers using nature's bounty.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.04.2020
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England Of Song And Story - A Picture Of Life I...
43,99 € *
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ENGLAND OF SONG AND STORY A PICTURE OF LIFE IN ENGLAND AND A BACKGROUND FOR ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE 16TH, 17TH, AND 18TH CENTURIES BY MARY I. CURTIS ALLYN AND BACON BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA SAN FRANCISCO DALLAS WARWICK CASTLE PREFACE England of Song and Story is a picture a series of pictures of life as it was lived in England during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries. The book may be considered as a stage setting, giving reality and interest to the life and happenings of the people of these centuries. And just as any drama upon the modern stage is more readily enjoyed and comprehended when it is set forth with appropriate costuming, properties, and stage settings, so the history and literature of these interesting times can be read with greater understanding and enjoyment against a background picturing the people at work and at play telling us what they looked like, how they felt, and how they acted showing us their brilliant festivals so eagerly enjoyed, the ruthless punishments of criminals, the hardships and the pleasures in the daily life of all classes in the city, in the country, at court. Much interest and pleasure is often lost by the reader, especially the young reader, if he does not understand the customs, the point of view, and the feelings of the people about whom he reads in Shakespeare and the other English classics. Without some friendly acquaintanceship the characters may seem stilted and unnatural. In England of Song and Story the author hopes to make these people of past days seem alive and real to the reader. In order to make the picture more complete it has been necessary to dip back occasionally into medieval days, and in some instances to touch on times somewhat later than the eighteenth century. In the use of quotations, especially quotations from authors such as Chaucer and Robert Burns, the spelling and dialect have been altered to a simpler form, or modernized sufficiently to make the words easier of understanding to modern eyes and ears. Quotations from contemporary documents and literature have been freely used to illustrate this story of the past, for in many cases nothing else shows so well the atmosphere of the period. M. I. C. CONTENTS CHAPTER I How LONDON STEEETS GOT THEIR STRANGE NAMES The story of London told by the names of its streets - Meaning of Llyndin Roman London The Tower Names dating from the Roman City wall Aldgate Hounds ditch Bishopsgate Blackfriars Streets within the old City Cheapside Streets named for crafts and trades Bread Street Ironmongers Lane Thread needle Street Smithfield Giltspur Street Bunhill Fields Pudding Lane, and others Meaning of Lombard Reason for the signs of English coinage Old Jewry Nightingale Lane St. Andrew Undershaft Names around St. Pauls Cathedral Amen Court, and others Bow bells The Cockney Dick Whittington Noises and smells of City in old days Stinking Lane Picturesque processions Love of people for London Southwark Fleet Street The Strand Charing Cross Westminster Scotland Yard Haymarket Picca dilly Pall Mall Rotten Row 1 CHAPTER II How PEOPLE LIVED IN THESE OLD STREETS AND LANES Why people spent so much time in the streets Daily life in England in Shakespeares day In periods leading up to and following this great age Shakespeares characters typical English men and women Relative importance of London to the rest of England Thames River as a general highway Condition of the streets Beau traps Keeping the wall Shops The Fortunes of Nigel Apprentice lads cry of Clubs Noises of the streets Method of advertising goods for sale The cries of London trades men The City watchmen Linkboys Fountains and water supply Cheapside The Lord Mayors procession Crowds in the streets Sights to be seen Types of houses Red roofs Windows No houses numbered Reason for this Picturesque signs to distinguish houses Interior of houses Wall hangings Standard of comfort ...

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.04.2020
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