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DIY Popsicle Stick Mini Guitars

DIY Popsicle Stick Mini Guitars

Cath of The Square to Spare shows off a fun little project for guitar players and anyone who appreciates a good musical instrument. In the first clip, she shows us how to make tiny electric guitars using popsicle clips, and in the second, she crafts a mini acoustic.

DIY All-in-one Arcade Machine

DIY All-in-one Arcade Machine

Instructables member pjnovas built a portable plug-and-play arcade machine where all of the electronics are housed inside the arcade controller. All you need is an HD monitor or TV. It can also be used as a normal arcade controller on other systems.

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How to Screen Print Cheaply

How to Screen Print Cheaply

Screen printing frames or kits are not expensive. But if you’d like an even cheaper option, check out this guide by Shmoxd. They used embroidery hoops, pantyhoses or chiffon fabric, markers and glue. All in all the materials – minus the paint – will set you back only $20.

Best Made Co. Brass Capsule Stitcher

Best Made Co. Brass Capsule Stitcher
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Best Made Company’s brass capsule is packed with everything you need to mend your gear on the go. It contains two pre-loaded bobbins, nylon thread, fabric thread, two stitcher needles, three hand-sewing needles, four buttons, and two patches of Tenacious Tape.

Making a Stone Knife

Making a Stone Knife

Kiwami Japan takes a break from creating knives out of really unusual materials, and makes one out of one of the oldest knifemaking materials. He goes full caveman, handcrafting a blade from a piece of river rock he found. Headphones recommended for optimal ASMR.

Making a Lamp from Nuts

Making a Lamp from Nuts

Looking for a project to put basic welding skills to use? Check out this DIY idea from Ollari’s – a lamp with a shade made by welding a bunch of steel nuts around a curved form, and a base made out of the same. It’s a cool enough design that we’ll forgive his spelling of “baking soda.”

Extracting Iron from Bacteria

Extracting Iron from Bacteria

In his latest attempt to advance to the Iron Age, Primitive Technology tried smelting iron-oxidizing bacteria to collect iron prills, or small spheres of the metal. He made a small furnace and filled it with charcoal and the ore. After 3 hours, he ended up with a handful of cast iron.

Building a Fake Airplane Galley

Building a Fake Airplane Galley

Maker and destroyer of things Giaco Whatever lives up to his name with a truly random project. He recently decided to build himself a replica of the galley from an airplane so he had a place to put his coffee maker in his shop. Of course, it helps that he had all the trolleys and bins.

How to Make a Simple Kayak

How to Make a Simple Kayak

DIY channel The Q shows us how to make a kayak using only three materials: sticks, shrinkwrap and a ton of transparent tape. The question of course is how and why you’d carry the latter two in the wild. But the end result is surprisingly sturdy.

Making a Knife Out of Potatoes

Making a Knife Out of Potatoes

You already know kiwami japan as the Iron Chef of knife making. Today’s secret ingredient is… POTATOES!!! First he turned a potato into a starchy powder, then mixed it with glycerin and vinegar to make a putty. After drying and cutting the putty, he sharpened it into a blade.

2018 Picade Desktop Arcade Kit

2018 Picade Desktop Arcade Kit

Pimoroni’s Picade is a DIY kit that lets you build a sweet desktop arcade machine powered by a Raspberry Pi single board computer. The 2018 release has new artwork, updated electronics, a more user-friendly layout, and instructions and more.

DIY Glass Speaker & Edison Light

DIY Glass Speaker & Edison Light

DIY Perks shows us how to make a beautiful, vintage-looking Bluetooth speaker and LED lamp using cheap parts and electronics. There is a bit of 3D printing and soldering involved though. If you’re up to the task, check out the video’s description for the relevant links.

Recreating Ice Cream Truck Treats

Recreating Ice Cream Truck Treats

Brothers Green Eats had the perfect idea to fight this crazy summer heat. He recreated four of his favorite ice cream treats: chocolate eclair, bomb pop and firecracker popsicles, and of course an ice cream sandwich. Drool.

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DIY Monowheel Cycle

DIY Monowheel Cycle

Make It Extreme lives up to their name with this impressive build – a hula hoop inspired hubless vehicle much like the ones that famously appeared in the closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympics – though in this case, the bike is motorized instead of pedal-driven.

Making an Obsidian Sword from Scratch

Making an Obsidian Sword from Scratch

How to Make Everything has been getting a ton of requests to make a sword out of obsidian, likely in part due to the material’s use in Game of Thrones as the White Walker-slaying dragonglass. Uniting the Seven Kingdoms may have been an easier task.

Turning Firewood into Art

Turning Firewood into Art

Woodworker Ollari’s shows us how – with enough talent and creativity – something as mundane as a hunk of old firewood can be transformed into a beautiful piece of art. We got a little nervous when he started drilling the holes, but it turned out brilliantly.

Adam Savage Kit-bashes a Robot

Adam Savage Kit-bashes a Robot

Tested’s Adam Savage has built some incredibly complex projects, but here he returns to his model-making roots, and shows us how to make a completely unique robot sculpture using parts cobbled together parts from Weta Workshop’s Giant Killer Robots board game.

How to Make Gourmet Oreos

How to Make Gourmet Oreos

Bon Appétit’s pastry chef Claire Saffitz thought she faced a daunting task in trying to recreate the original Oreos. But thanks to another chef’s recipe, she quickly figured out how to make ones that seem to taste even better than the original.

How to Make a Weight Bench

How to Make a Weight Bench

HomeMadeModern shows fitness buffs how they can save a lot of money and a few trips to the gym. He made a weight bench almost entirely out of 2×4 wood. He used kaizen foam to cushion the bench and marine fabric to cover it. You can get the build plans on his website.

Making Sunscreen from Scratch

Making Sunscreen from Scratch

How to Make Everything explains how ultraviolet light can damage our bodies as well as what people used to use to block ultraviolet light. He then attempts to make his own sunscreen. He cheated a bit, but the end result actually works.

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DIY LEGO Brick Vacuum

DIY LEGO Brick Vacuum

The King of Random shows off a build that should be standard-issue for every household with kids. Its a customized vacuum cleaner accessory designed for sucking up and storing the countless LEGO bricks all over your floor. Somebody needs to put these into production.

Primitive Technology: Wood Ash Cement

Primitive Technology: Wood Ash Cement

Primitive Technology could soon be living in a building. He discovered a way to make a cement-like material by burning bark and leaves at a high temperature until he got white ashes. He then turned the ash into paste and fired it into a kiln, then mixed it with clay.

Making a Knife from Underwear

Making a Knife from Underwear

Just when we thought Kiwami Japan had run out of unusual materials to make knives from, he’s come up with another. He ironed then shaped several pairs of boxers into a sharp, functional blade. It helps that they contain synthetics. This wouldn’t work with 100% cotton.

Building a New Old PC

Building a New Old PC

AkBKukU wanted to celebrate Windows 98’s 20th birthday in style. So he dug up unopened computer components and peripherals from 20 years ago and put them together to make a brand new yet instantly obsolete gaming PC.

How to Make Ice Cream at Home

How to Make Ice Cream at Home

Binging with Babish teaches us three ways to make our favorite frozen treat. The first two are easy and require only a handful of ingredients. One uses bananas as the base, while the other uses condensed milk and whipped cream. The third one is the traditional way.

How to Make a Giant Slip N’ Slide

How to Make a Giant Slip N’ Slide

I Like to Make Stuff got envious of a friend who had a large slip n’ slide, so he decided to build one out of off the shelf parts. The build’s main parts are PVC pipes, pool noodles and plastic sheets. The spray bar was made such that it can be disassembled for storage.

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