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Handy Tricks: World Traveler Edition
21 Travel Tips and Tricks
3D Scanning Class
Hand Sewing Class
Sewing the Blanket Stitch
Pressing and Finishing Seams
Sewing the Backstitch
Sewing the Running Stitch
Moon Night Light
Knife Block - Warrior
5 Awesome Color Experiments
Great idea. Easy to make (took me about two minutes), lightweight, hit & run ...I used a slightly improved design - it is a bit more stable due to the remaining middle part.
The Utility Magnet
The Spyder-Pod - Your DSLR's New Friend!
Book Safe With Lock
DSLR Ring Light
Precision Soldering for Mortals!
Photography Bokeh Filter Hack DIY
Cheap Ways to Keep a Tiki Torch Burning
How to Install a Webasto Air Top 2000 Heater in a Camper Van Conversion
DIY Slingshot Bow Hybrid (Video With Slomo Demos)
3 Simple STEM Boats
All About Coin Rings! Make Your Own!
How to Make Pencil Case With Bottle | Zipper | Pencil Holder
Bottle Cooking Kit (Upgrades, Mods, and AWESOMNESS!)
Reading your (great) instructable, it just came into my mind: Two bullet heads would make great and impressive cufflinks. Perhaps shotgun shells will be to big, but 9mm should be fine. I just have no plan (yet), how to connect them, perhaps soldering would be an idea.
How to Make a Kit Kat Hot Tub Cake
If you do not yet have a girlfriend (or if she doesn't like chocolate): Wet the fabric and stick it to the window(s) from the outside.
Little Planet Photography
Great idea! You could even fix the vertical rod with nuts on the base plate, without the wood. And if the two rings of the slider are not glued but can rotate (or are wide enough) one could just change the angel by place the nut for the slider on the stand higer or lower. Really good construction!!!
Metal Etching - How to Make a Man's Visiting Card
3 Ft Hanging Counterweight Trebuchet
Good headlight idea - and an excellent flashlight (I have a few of them bought on aliexpress.com for a few $ each, work great!)
Paracord Secret Compartment Keychain
Paracord Projects by Knife Monkey
My Little Paracord Splicing Guide
Good! However, after using chains like this for years - and having negative experiences with scratched surfaces, chain rings coming loose and broken carabiners (made out of zink alloy instead of stainless steel), I now use a length of paracord tied to my Swiss Army knife. It's easy to make knots and loops and fasten it to about anything.
How to Tie a Swiss Seat
Seems to work :-)Watching you compressing the mat I couldn't stop one thought: You could save time by folding your mat and doing other "morning business" if you just drop your pants ... ;-)
Great and easy to make outdoors -- Thanks!
DIY Wood Tarp Clip / Fastener
Celtic Button Knot
Make a Wide Sturdy Handle With The Portuguese Sinnet
Has anybody tried to use walking sticks instead of PVC-poles? These should be able to support peoples weight and you might carry them anyway.
How to fish
How to backpack better with a hammock
A multi tool cheap alternative – Small pouch from trashed inner tube
Army Ranger Beads
Paracord Wrap Bottle
S H E L F Ter
"Gray Man" Style EDC Trauma Kit. This WILL Save Your Life!!!
Getting Started with Glue
Denim micarta (MYcarta) for knife handles
Ballistics and Explosives
I also wondered what a cornhole board is?!? But with GIYF (Google is your friend!) I found out: It's a game throwing bags of corn onto (or better into the hole) of the board ...
Fold Flat Dollar Mini Camp Stove
Although I hate these instructables that consist of just a simple video, especially if used only to gain new subscribers for youtube-channels, this slingshot is a nice and simple project. It's suitable for kids but can be also used to shot salt at flies and other bugs.
Rattler Paracord Bracelet
How to Hang a Bat House (on a Shed)
Disaster preparedness; Medical kit *Photos updated 9/5/15
Collapsable Trekking Poles With a Plus
Hey, I was kidding about the tatoo, of course! ;-)
Good idea! Could you post a photo of how it looks after the wear and tear outside at the festival, i.e. whether it faded out or was washed away?
Way to put up your tarp.
Right, jmadara. And not even a good one. Looking at the convex shape of the blade, I would not be very keen to resharp this in an outdoor/survival situation.
Instead of writing each time on the wrist of your skin - btw: have you ever considered a tatoo? ;-) - you could hang a small badge with your contact details and a photo of your kid around his/her neck.And an additional tip: Buy your kid one of those helium filled balloons (choose a unique one) and place the cord around his/her wrist. This helps you to spot your kid. And in a crowded place it prevents your kid from being overseen by adults who do not look down (I tried this with my little dogs and it helps a lot!).
Great instructable at this time of the year (end of June) ;-)) I really would like to spend a night in a snow fort instead of or overheated bedroom (without airconditioning).
I wonder whether it would work to put the oil directly into the multichopper (instead of using water). That way one would save the step of drying the firelighter and soaking it in oil afterwards.
Punching somebody with paracord is very "friendly" - perhaps too friendly in a situation when you really need a knuckle duster. I feel better prepared with a real climbing carabiner that holds all my keys and other EDC-stuff and that fits perfectly into my hand/fist. If interested, see my instructables for a review of such "tactical" key "chain".
A really practical and nice setup for a camping kitchen. I would just be afraid that the two water tanks on the top might fly right through your car and hit the drivers back/head in case of a car crash.
Measuring angles and distances for outdoor survival.
Diy Simple Soda Bottle Mousetrap
Great! Simple and mouse-friendly!
Upgrade Your Refrigerator Lighting
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