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How to Make a Portable Tiny Kitchen

How to Make a Portable Tiny Kitchen

HomeMadeModern shows us how to make a basic kitchen you can set up anywhere. Its main components are its legs, which is actually a foldable and adjustable sawhorse. But the table also has a sink with running water and even a hand sanitizer dispenser.

How to Make an Automatic Dice Roller

How to Make an Automatic Dice Roller

Adafruit shows us how to make an electronic and portable dice roller. It uses a small motor to spin a small platform, which in turn rolls the dice. As others have pointed out, it would be better if you make the platform uneven to shake the dice even more. Full guide here.

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How to Make Fake Neon Lights

How to Make Fake Neon Lights

Neon lights are incredibly hard to make and require specialized equipment. Thankfully, arts and crafts master Shmoxd came up with a way to effectively imitate that neon glow using polycarbonate tubing and electroluminescent wire.

How to Make a Perfect Snowball

How to Make a Perfect Snowball

Do you want to make a snowball? Don’t run outside and start packing the white stuff just yet. Popular Science provides a studied and intellectual method to determining the type of snow you should use for a snowball that holds together, but doesn’t maim its victim.

How to Make Simple Speaker Stands

How to Make Simple Speaker Stands

I Like to Make Stuff points out different ways to make a pair of simple speaker stands that raise your monitors to ear level. He used a handful of power tools, but you can still make the stands with a hand saw and some sandpaper. Get the template here.

Making a Knife out of Dried Fish

Making a Knife out of Dried Fish

Kiwamijapan loves to make DIY weapons and tools. But this one takes the cake. He took katsuobushi – dried and preserved tuna (aka bonito) – which is literally hard as a rock, and turned it into a knife. Get ready for a whole lot of soothing sharpening and filing sounds.

How to Make a Retractable License Plate

How to Make a Retractable License Plate

Prop maker David Guyton takes a break from making badass prop armor to present his take on a retractable license plate. His DIY solution is made from affordable materials and uses a simple scissor mechanism. You’ll have to figure out how to mount it on your car though.

How to Make a Portable Speaker

How to Make a Portable Speaker

VanTourist shows us an easy way of making a portable Bluetooth speaker – no soldering or woodworking required. It even has two USB charging ports and an LED flashlight. All in all it cost him about $100. Photo guide here.

Facehugger Roasted Chicken

Facehugger Roasted Chicken

Hellen Die of The Necro-Nom-Nom-Nomicon shares her recipe for a Halloween-meets-Thanksgiving treat. Hellen’s Facehugger Feast Roasted Chicken adds sausage casing and some crab legs to complete the Alien look.

How to Make Stuffed Pizza Skulls

How to Make Stuffed Pizza Skulls

One of Hungry Happenings‘ Halloween hits. The stuffed pizza skull is easy to make and needs only a handful of ingredients. Once you get the hang of it, you can try different molds, sizes and stuffing. Check out the complete recipe and instructions here.

How to Remove Car Rust Cheaply

How to Remove Car Rust Cheaply

ChrisFix shows you how you can remove surface rust on your vehicle’s body, then patch it up with body filler and paint. It’s a time-consuming task, but it’s worth looking into if you have more elbow grease than money.

Making an iPhone 8 Ring

Making an iPhone 8 Ring

Patrick Adair loves to make rings out of uncommon or unusual materials. For his latest project, he waited hours to be one of the first to get an iPhone 8. Then he promptly destroyed it to make an accessory that would be at right at home in The Ninth World.

DIY Transparent Nintendo Switch

DIY Transparent Nintendo Switch

There are lots of cool third-party housings for the Nintendo Switch, including ones that are transparent. But transferring the console’s guts can be disastrous if you’re not careful. Good thing JerryRigEverything made a comprehensive how-to video.

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How to Make a Bluetooth Speaker

How to Make a Bluetooth Speaker

DIY Perks shares his favorite project yet: a handmade Bluetooth speaker. He says its shell is made of concrete, but the only aggregate he used is sand. Nevertheless, his video, templates and list of materials will save makers a lot of time and headaches.

How to Make a Can Stove in 5 Mins.

How to Make a Can Stove in 5 Mins.

NightHawkInLight shows us how we can make a stove out of a soup can. All you need is a can tapper or can punch to create air vents and feet out of the can’s walls and base. Although in our opinion you should also have a pair of protective gloves.

How to Make a Print of Mars with Rust

How to Make a Print of Mars with Rust

Redditor barryabrams figured out a way to accurately replicate Mars’ rusted red color: with actual rust. He sprayed sheet metal with hydrogen peroxide to instantly induce oxidation. Then he screen printed Mars’ topography in black over the rust.

How to Recharge Your Car’s A/C

How to Recharge Your Car’s A/C

Has your car’s air conditioning lost its cool? You could go to a repair shop, wasting time and money, or buy the A/C Pro Recharge kit, which lets you fix your A/C yourself in less than 10 minutes with no tools. After a few quick steps, your car will have the #1 coldest air.

How to Open a Coconut

How to Open a Coconut

Grant Thompson shows us a surprisingly simple method to crack through the tough outer husk of a coconut, then cleanly through its shell so we won’t starve to death the next time we’re stranded on a desert island.

Opening a Bottle with a Feather

Opening a Bottle with a Feather

A problem with old bottles is that the cork can degrade and fall in while opening. Master sommelier Ronan Sayburn shows off a method which lets him open a bottle with a wet feather. Though you need searing hot port tongs too.

How to Fold a Shirt

How to Fold a Shirt

While you could just ball them up and let them get all wrinkled, we prefer to keep our shirts nicely hung or folded. Here, DaveHax shows us how to do the latter in just two seconds flat. Works on all short-sleeve shirts.

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