Thanks to Papermau's massive collection of scaled papercraft patterns, you're just a print and scissors away from being able to equip your figs.
Tuesday, Jul 10th 2018 (12:01am)
The weather outside is miserable and you have a bunch of kids over. How to keep them occupied with mostly household items that you have on hand? Make toys for them, of course.
Tuesday, Jun 6th 2017 (12:01am)
The original story…
When my daughter Ellen was four I started teasing her that I was saving all of my boogers in a big booger ball.
I don’t know why I told her that except that it was fun to watch her make that “grossed-out” face that kids make when they smell something bad or see a squished cat on the road. She always begged to see it so finally I told her that she couldn’t see it now but I would give it to her for her eighteenth birthday. Well, guess what – she’s turning eighteen and I’ve got to come through with a booger ball!
Here’s the basic steps to successful Booger Ball manufacturing
Friday, May 5th 2017 (12:01am)
I have perfected altered barbie doll nipples. And it's your lucky day because I am about to give you my nipple knowledge right here in an OOAK Barbie Nipple Tutorial.
Monday, May 30th 2016 (12:00am)
Go to any home improvement or hardware store. What do they give you when you buy some paint? Hey, there's advertising on these worthless wooden sticks, so they'll probably give a bunch of them to you for nothing. Here is what you can do with your newfound stash of gold.
Monday, Apr 11th 2016 (3:59am)
Inspired by the beautiful Babele lamp by Manifattura Italian Design but turned off by the cost, craftsman Mike Warren built the Stacked lamp, a lamp made from wood and a few parts from a hardware store with rotatable, removable, rearrangeable Jenga-esque wood pieces. He thoroughly documented the design and construction process in an Instructable for the lamp as well as a video. Warren even provides the templates he uses and suggests free Tinkercad software for people who would like to design lamp pieces on their own.
Thursday, Jun 11th 2015 (5:40am)
NASCAR drivers and law enforcers use custom wide-angle rearview mirrors to avoid head-swiveling. You can buy a wide-angle mirror that attaches over an existing rearview for $60, but you can make one for about $12 and a few shop scraps.
Sunday, Nov 2nd 2014 (1:57am)
For no practical purpose at all, I wanted to see if I could make a screwdriver into a car key. What fun it would be to impersonate the look of a stolen car with a screwdriver jammed into the ignition! And maybe I could empty my glove box all over the seat so it looks like I was scrounging for spare change and prescription drugs too!
Read on to make your own.
Thursday, May 2nd 2013 (4:42am)
It's a fascinating idea, making squishy electrical circuits with home-made conducting and insulating play-doh... but you probably shouldn't pack your creations in your carry-on luggage.
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