Egg Decoration

Author: Susan Byrd

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 48

View: 587

How to select, empty, mark, cut, hinge, paint, sand, and apply decoupage, plus eight progressively more complex projects: Christmas tree ornament, jewel box, musical bell, five more. Full instructions. 80 illustrations.

Ukrainian Egg Decoration

A Holiday Tradition

Author: Ann Stalcup

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 241

Describes pysanky, the traditional folk craft of decorating Easter eggs as carried on by women in Ukraine, a country on the northern edge of the Black Sea.

Decorative Eggs

Author: Candace Ord Manroe

Publisher: Gramercy Books


Category: Egg decoration

Page: 111

View: 636

Covers the history of the egg from traditional and symbolic applications to its role in the decorative arts, including chocolate eggs, Ukrainian pysanky, and jeweled Faberge eggs, and provides instructions for making decorative eggs at home

Egg Science and Technology, Fourth Edition

Author: William J Stadelman

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 591

View: 891

Here is the complete source of information on egg handling, processing, and utilization. Egg Science and Technology, Fourth Edition covers all aspects of grading, packaging, and merchandising of shell eggs. Full of the information necessary to stay current in the field, Egg Science and Technology remains the essential reference for everyone involved in the egg industry. In this updated guide, experts in the field review the egg industry and examine egg production practices, quality identification and control, egg and egg product chemistry, and specialized processes such as freezing, pasteurization, desugarization, and dehydration. This updated edition explores new and recent trends in the industry and new material on the microbiology of shell eggs, and it presents a brand-new chapter on value-added products. Readers can seek out the most current information available in all areas of egg handling and discover totally new material relative to fractionation of egg components for high value, nonfood uses. Contributing authors to Egg Science and Technology present chapters that cover myriad topics, ranging from egg production practices to nonfood uses of eggs. Some of these specific subjects include: handling shell eggs to maintain quality at a level for customer satisfaction trouble shooting problems during handling chemistry of the egg, emphasizing nutritional value and potential nonfood uses merchandising shell eggs to maximize sales in refrigerated dairy sales cases conversion of shell eggs to liquid, frozen, and dried products value added products and opportunities for merchandising egg products as consumers look for greater convenience Egg Science and Technology is a must-have reference for agricultural libraries. It is also an excellent text for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in food science, animal science, and poultry departments and is an ideal guide for professionals in related food industries, regulatory agencies, and research groups.

Hobbies Through Children's Books and Activities

Author: Nancy Allen Jurenka

Publisher: Libraries Unlimited


Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 169

View: 514

This book offers reading and activity suggestions for introducing students to hobbies and potential career interests. Each of 30 chapters focuses on a different hobby, including bird-watching, canine care, drawing and painting, making jewelry, building kites, making masks, puppeteering, and more.

Decorating Eggs

Author: Dana Meachen Rau

Publisher: Cherry Lake


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 684

Learn how to decorate eggs with these fun activities.

The Decorated Egg

An Ethnic Folk Art Tradition

Author: Patricia Bakunas



Category: Decoration and ornament, Rustic

Page: 54

View: 835

Back to Basics

A Complete Guide to Traditional Skills

Author: Abigail R. Gehring

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.


Category: Gardening

Page: 456

View: 800

A lavishly illustrated revision of a top-selling primer invites readers to develop healthier, more environmentally friendly, and self-sufficient living skills that are less reliant on technology, in a resource that shares step-by-step instructions for such capabilities as raising chickens, making cheese, and building a log cabin.

Distributed Creativity

Thinking Outside the Box of the Creative Individual

Author: Vlad Petre Glăveanu

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Psychology

Page: 98

View: 189

This book challenges the standard view that creativity comes only from within an individual by arguing that creativity also exists ‘outside’ of the mind or more precisely, that the human mind extends through the means of action into the world. The notion of ‘distributed creativity’ is not commonly used within the literature and yet it has the potential to revolutionise the way we think about creativity, from how we define and measure it to what we can practically do to foster and develop creativity. Drawing on cultural psychology, ecological psychology and advances in cognitive science, this book offers a basic framework for the study of distributed creativity that considers three main dimensions of creative work: sociality, materiality and temporality. Starting from the premise that creativity is distributed between people, between people and objects and across time, the book reviews theories and empirical examples that help us unpack each of these dimensions and above all, articulate them into a novel and meaningful conception of creativity as a simultaneously psychological and socio-material process. The volume concludes by examining the practical implications in adopting this perspective on creativity.