Friday, August 23, 2013


Have you discovered HometalkHometalk is where ordinary people and home improvement professionals gather to share advice and ideas about home and gardening.  On Hometalk, you can ask and answer questions about home and gardening, share and view helpful and inspiring photos, and search and browse through thousands of previous discussions.

Hometalk Topics include: appliances, architecture, basement & garage, bathroom,  bedroom, cabinets, carpentry & woodworking, carpets & upholstery, closets & pantries, cleaning & organization, crafts, decor, DIY projects, painting, home improvements,  decks, fencing, gardening, wildlife and much much more.  You can browse through all topics, or "follow" specific topics of interest to you, as well as post photos, comments and ask questions about your own projects.

Finding professionals in your own area is easy on Hometalk.  Type a name or industry into the search bar, for instance "plumber" and then choose professionals in the search results page. All of the plumbers in your area who are on Hometalk will appear in the search results. You can view some photos of their work and see how popular they are in the community by how many Likes and Followers they have. Click on their name or photo to view their full profile, or click the "Contact" button to privately request a quote.

Hometalk is a super tool for professionals to make connections and increase exposure in their communities. The three key elements of making Hometalk work for your business are: Filling out a complete profile (including your profile photo or logo); posting pictures of jobs you did; and most importantly, consistently giving helpful answers to users' questions. The more active you are in helping other members, the more you'll be noticed and approached by potential clients in your area.

 Today I found an interesting tutorial and review...I just love this look and it looks like it is super easy to achieve.   Click the following link to read more:
"How To Paint Almost Anything to Look Like Weathered Metal" 

I also found this Topic, "How To Print Images Directly on Fabric" using your favorite image, some fabric, spray adhesive, a sheet of paper and your printer.

I love Mason Jar Projects, and today on Hometalk there is an easy tutorial on  
DIY Mason Jar Solar Lights

Enjoy browsing Hometalk and find lots of inspiration for your own Home Sweet Home.

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