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Trophy (ZOMBIE) Husband
SCREAMIN' GREEN Halloween!
Carriage Style Hearse (aka "The Sin Eater")
Skeleton Hangin' Tree
Dictionary Paper Snowflake
Easy 3D topographical maps
Best. Butterfinger Bites. Ever.
Laser Cutting Class
3D Printing Class
Decorating with Fall Leaves
Backpack + Hoodie = Brilliant!
Using a double boiler or heating pad helps keep the chocolate warm, nice simple recipe though.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Bites
Bits of Brain Matter Appetizers
Create a T-shirt dress in less than an hour!
Say goodbye t-shirt and hello apron (with just a pair of scissors)!
Using an Inkjet Printer to Create a Souvenir Pillow
Create a rustic Picnic Basket with Liner
Really thorough explanation and I would like to attempt this technique for soap molds, using a much smaller object.My question is...can you reuse the mold(s) often or does the silicon seem to break down after a few uses? Also, does one need to use all Part A & B once it is opened? Finally, is it necessary to oil/grease the object I am trying to replicate?Thanks for taking the time to document everything so well!
Jell-O Marshmallow Fondant
Cowboy Boot Purse
Thank you for your comment and for making my Instructables better. I will attempt to edit this page.You are correct...the rule is that you use "an" if the next word begins with a vowel sound. Vowel sound is crucial here because many words that begin with vowel letters do not begin with vowel sounds (e.g. user) and vice versa (e.g. hour).
I love the instructions. They are very simple; even for me. I do have one request. Forgive my pickiness, but your instructions should say, "an F...", not " a F...." I teach English grammar.=)
Become a bag lady
(Bottle) Boot Shapers
Very nice 'ible, here is one I made out of pages from an old damaged atlas I bought at a charity shop, used the pages from Italy so I can give it to my Italian friend. Thank you and Merry Christmas
Garage Storage from the Laundry Room
Stamping a rememberance
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