Summer’s almost over, so now’s the time to get in your last minute summertime fun stuff. Perfect example: Make yourself a tasty watermelon smoothie in no time using only a coat hanger and a drill.
The how-to video is available after the break….
T-Rex’s tiny arms haven’t stopped him from becoming the bearer of food at dinner parties – he just uses his neck for the job instead. If you have the time to invest in a DIY project, you too can have a classy dish of this caliber. Check out Three Little Monkeys Studio for a step by step.
You can follow the instructions in the video after the jump to create a pulley system that will draw chips to the top of the cylindrical container, or you could avoid the extra work and just tip the can. The choice is yours.
The age of Beer O’Lanterns has arrived with these DIY bottle lamps from Instructables user “fabulouswailer”.
this instructable (my first ever) is about cutting and drilling glass bottles, wiring a fluorescent bulb into them and sealing them back up again to have a standalone light.
Check out a link below for a step by step.
JacquieLongLegs has parlayed her love of Game of Thrones into DIY dragon Easter eggs that can be made with relatively little effort. If you want to cut to the chase and get right to the tutorial, skip the first 20 seconds of the video after the jump.
Once again, you probably thought that slapping down a few bucks would earn you a unique handmade accessory – in this case a TMNT coffee cup cozy. The good news is that you’re right, as long as you take Etsy out of the equation and send those bucks into the cash registers of craft shops, where you’ll be buying tools to knit, knit, knit your way to wrapping Michelangelo’s mutant face around your cup of Sanka.
You can get the pattern here.
Adafruit Industries kindly provided a detailed video tutorial to create gummy candies that look just like 10 mm LEDs.
The legs are 3D printed in PLA (corn-based plastic) and they function like toothpicks, we inserted them while the gummies we cooling. It should be noted that gummies are a low-temperature candy, do not use 3D printed parts with any high-temp hard candies!
Check it out after the jump.