In less than five minutes, transform an innocuous lip balm into a precision rocket. And all you need is Chapstick.
The CD bubble trick. So simple, fun, and clever. Learn how to blow a bubble from a blank cd.
Anyone can blow bubbles with that soap formula and a bubble wand, but what about blowing bubbles rings underwater. It surprisingly, isn't too much different from blowing regular bubbles underwater. You'll need to be able to hold your breath for a long time and to be able to stay under the water's surface (the deeper you can go, the longer the bubble ring will last). Watch this video bubble-blowing tutorial and learn how to blow bubble rings underwater.
Follow these tips and learn to make an upside down bookcase. -Get all your games and books out, measure them to a piece of Velcro.
In this tutorial, we learn how to recycle a plastic bottle to make a toy bottle rocket. First, take a large plastic bottle and a sharp knife, then cut it in half. After this, take the side with the cap on it and then paint on the inside of the bottle. You can paint whatever you want on the inside, feel free to use different colors and get as creative as you want! From here, take some bottle caps and poke holes in the center of them. Then, string these together by pushing a string in the middl...
Bubble-smith Sterling Johnson recently took his voluminous bubble art to the shores of Stinson Beach, California. Presented in slow motion, the bubbles resemble spectral whales. Pint-sized Ahabs follow in pursuit. The effect is extraordinarily pacifying.
There is truly no limit to what you can make with Lego blocks. This video is a step-by-step pictorial demonstration of how to make a replica of a Glock 18c pistol (a fully automatic version at that) that will shoot rubber bands. Make sure you already have some freestyle Lego skills, as the video moves pretty fast and has no audio, but the final product looks very polished and should help you annoy your friends and siblings for years to come!
Start with a regular plastic toy gun, like a squirt gun or NERF gun. Then, spray paint it a matte black. Once it dries, take several different colors of rub'n'buff and apply with your fingers. Now, you have your own steampunk style ray gun! Or, High Velocity Electrochemical Propellant Device!
Whenever you are bored this simple recipe can be used to create a quick and fun science experiment that all ages enjoy! The ingredients you need are a box of borax or cornstarch, a couple glasses of hot water, and glue. Also bowls and food coloring for mixing and added color. The first step is to take one cup of hot water and pour it into a bowl. After you pour the water into the bowl you must add two tablespoons of Borax. Then stir these ingredients until they dissolve. Next add in another c...
If your son or daughter is planning on making a diorama for a classroom project or just because, making a cool water feature can be a great idea. Using real water may be fine and all, but if you want to prevent any kind of mess from happening, you can build one using materials that give a water like feel. So in this tutorial, you'll be finding out how to make a diorama waterfall from scratch. It's great for dioramas and is sure to be a much better fit than actual water. So good luck and enjoy!
Just put a bottle upside down in a net and cap it off with a hook.
It stretches, it squishes... it's silly putty! You can make your own toy putty at home, using a simple recipe of school glue (don't get the washable variety), borax, water and food dye to add a bit of color. Mix and then let it dry out a bit. Silly putty!
Most Lego guns use a simple rubber band action, which don't resemble the action on any real weapons other than a crossbow maybe. This video tutorial on making a gun out of Legos stands out from the pack because it features a bolt action, the same type used on rifles since the Civil War. This gives this lego weapon a more professional flair.
Build a log home diorama. Papa Tom shows viewers how to build a log cabin home for a diorama using the Building and Structures Kit. Simple and easy to make a realistic miniature log cabin.
Do you find that ordinary Nerf guns lack power, DIY flair, and intimidating looks? This video can take care of that. It provides instructions for making a sort of Nerf crossbow out of common household materials. It shoots like the dickens, and looks like it could kill a vampire. Very cool.
In this how-to video, you will learn how to design and create four of your own Lego light sabers. All you need is six different pieces as seen in the video for the first design. Now connect them vertically, one at a time. All you need is six different pieces as seen in the video for the second design. Now connect them vertically, one at a time. All you need is seven different pieces as seen in the video for the third design. Now connect them vertically, one at a time. For the last design, you...
Did you play Cat's Cradle as a kid? Well, there's more to string figure art than just Cat's Cradle or Jacob's Ladder. This string art video demonstrates how to make a string figure Crow's Feet. Song: Stuzz (DJ Deep Jr.) - Punk's Life
Papa Tom teaches viewers how to build a beautiful life-like desert oasis using the Desert Oasis Diorama Kit. Building this diorama is a fun, easy, and great experience.
Papa Tom teaches viewers how to build a diorama of a cave, complete with stalagmites and stalactites.
Whether you're doing it for decoration or just for fun, tying certain knots can be a difficult task for any person. It's a difficult hobby that most people could not stand to perform since it requires time and patience. Well if you're looking for help, this tutorial might be of some assistance. In the video, you'll find out how to take 450 nylon paracord and transform it into a lambda knot. Once complete it should look like a clover. So good luck and enjoy!
Ohhhh farting. It's a classic humorous gag that will never stop being funny. This tutorial video will teach you how to make your very own farting goo.
Check out this video to learn how to make a light out of a straw and two LED lights.
Ever wanted to have your own window into the infinite? By using this tutorial by Shooting Eggs, you can create an infinity mirror that will show rows of colored lights that seem to recede into the distance forever. It's a trippy illusion you can create with simple and inexpensive materials you'll find in many craft and hobby stores.
This video will show you how to create wheels for a fingerboard using a lathe. First, you should take a plastic tube and insert it into your lathe, using various drill pieces to cut down the plastic tube to the correct size. After this has been done, a drill which is attached to the lathe and adjusted to go straight through the tube can be made to create a hole through the center of the tube. You can then insert a small piece of metal into the tube in order to create the holder which will att...
By following this tutorial, you can learn how to easily make a train whistle sound using only your hands. By simply folding your hands and adjusting for the air flow as you blow on your thumb knuckles, you can replicate the sound of a train whistle. This is a very easy trick to learn so with just a little practice, you can use the train whistle to play with your kids, call them to dinner, etc. A great trick for somebody who has difficulty with conventional whistling.
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It may a couple of painful tries, but this instructional video can teach you how to perform the infamous, "Jonas Snap." If you are a dedicated fan of the Jonas Brothers, the pain will be worth the effort. Let them know how much you care.
Unscrew the trucks from the bottom of your board.On the deck of your fingerboard you will see two groups of screws. These screws attach the trucks to the board. To unscrew the screws use a mini screw and wrench used to change trucks and wheels on finger boards.Unbolt.The trucks consists of two parts - one is the part that holds the wheels, and the other connects the trucks to the board. The only thing connecting the two is a tiny bolt. Unscrew the tiny bolt and the pieces should fall apart. Y...
This video is not for Knex noobs. It moves very fast, and requires a whole mess of pieces. If you have the skills and the selection of pieces, however, then this video will teach you how to make a very cool El Diablo assault pistol out of Knex. It is elaborate, and looks like it should launch a Knex piece very, very far.
Blowing bubbles isn't just a way to waste time at the bus stop… It's an art form! In this tutorial, you'll learn how to blow bubbles that will dazzle your friends. There are also various examples of people blowing bubbles, to show you how it's done.
Toshio Iwai's "tenoir-on" is a really cool musical device, but is quite expensive and due to short supply. This version is an unplugged version, the creator has dubbed the "tenori-off." You will need a plastic board, vinyl pipes, and bubble wrap. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to build a tenori inspired tenori-off acoustic musical instrument.
Check out this video to learn how to make a caterpillar with string. It's kind of like the cat's cradle. This video is very accessible and easy to learn from.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a dream catcher. You will need: 1 metal ring, leather, sinew, decorations, scissors, and a clothes pin. First, wrap the leather tightly around the ring. Clip the clothes pin on the top so you don't have to hold it as you go around the circle. After this, remove the clothes pin and cut the leather off. Then, tie it at the bottom with a double knot. Next, measure the sinew to 3 yards, then pull it apart. You will be left with very thin strings. use a folde...
In this tutorial, we learn how to mix Oobleck. First, place some cornstarch into a large plastic bowl, then add in some water. After this, mix the ingredients together with a straw until you have a paste that forms from both of them. Don't add too much water, you want this to be more thick than creamy. Now that you have made this, add in food coloring of your choice to make this more fun, just make sure you don't get it on your clothing. After you have mixed the food coloring in with it, you ...
In this how to video, you will learn how to use the Nerf Gun Long Shot. First, you will need to know about the magazine. These can hold 8 shots and are spring loaded. Do not load 8 shots, as it will jam. Instead, load 6 shots to prevent this. The shots can be used in other guns, but the Long Shot magazine can only use this shots. The holes in the shots make a whistling sound. If you get shot, you will feel it regardless of distance. The gun has a trigger, a mount, a quick grab design, a hidde...
This is a hobbies and toys video tutorial where you will learn how to make flubber with household supplies. Put three fourths cup of warm water into one jar. Measure half a cup of glue. Take food coloring or any other color and pour it into the glue. Stir the glue so that the color mixes well. Now add the glue into the warm water and stir well. For the second mixture, take two teaspoons of borax and half a cup of warm water and stir. Now combine both the mixtures together in a jar. With both ...
Check out this video to learn how to make a tea towel chicken. First, roll your tea towel into the center and eventually--voila, you have a chicken!
Learn how to do an ollie on a Tech Deck minature, toy skateboard.
Learn to do a Backside Lip Bigspin Out on a Tech Deck miniature toy skateboard.
This video shows the viewer how to make a ‘flubber egg’. A flubber egg is essentially an egg which appears to be normal but is actually very rubbery and bouncy. This means that if dropped the egg will not crack – presumably the name relates to the film ‘Flubber’. The egg is made by submerging it in vinegar for around 3 days. The egg should not be disturbed during this process. The egg can then be removed and dried. It should be relatively rubbery and quite bouncy. This can be a great party tr...