Instructables: exploring - outside - snow - outdoors Mon, 27 Mar 2017 02:46:59 PDT BLOX v1.01 DIY Dog Snow Fort
DIY Dog Snow Fort - More DIY How To Projects]]> Navy Wolves It's that time again, being stuck indoors, having your daily commute take two times longer than it usually does and the freezing temperatures which will keep you from going anywhere. For my dog who is a Siberian husky, this was a different story; he was very surprised and joyful to be able to enter ...
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Sun, 11 Dec 2016 14:43:11 PST
Winter Fun - Frozen Bubbles
Winter Fun - Frozen Bubbles - More DIY How To Projects]]> pi526 Fun with bubbles isn't just for long, lazy summer days. Frosty cold winter weather with temperatures dipping below 20 degrees F and 3 simple ingredients are what we used to make beautiful frozen bubbles. Our thermometer dipped to -12 degrees F when I took all of these photos. Important Camera Not...
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Sat, 23 Jan 2016 06:42:57 PST
How to make a SNOWBALL machine!
How to make a SNOWBALL machine! - More DIY How To Projects]]> romanursuhack Who would think that such a simple idea could make a day in the snow so much fun? Snowball Maker is a device that helps you create an entire arsenal of snowball ammunition, up to 60 snowballs a minute, without ever getting your gloves wet or freezing your hands! With ...
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Sun, 13 Dec 2015 07:16:25 PST
Snow Slippers
Snow Slippers - More DIY How To Projects]]> jhoffine This is a quick do-it-yourself instructable to create a Snow Slipper. The Snow Slipper is a modification of a boot that you can conveniently “slip on” to walk outside in adverse conditions without having to change into real snow boots.In this project, we used: · Rain boots· Two Belts, ...
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Thu, 29 Oct 2015 09:19:33 PDT
Ice Spikes for Boots
Ice Spikes for Boots - More DIY How To Projects]]> Chuck The Builder Hey PeopleI live in northern Alberta and it gets icey in the winter. Trying to walk outside on a couple of inches of ice and snow can get slippy, so I decided to make some ice spikes for my boots. The beauty of these is that you an use them on any shoe or boot and they're built to last. You can buy ...
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Tue, 27 Jan 2015 13:54:52 PST
How to make an epic, heated snowfort
How to make an epic, heated snowfort - More DIY How To Projects]]> meeko This instructable will guide and inspire you to make an awesome snow fort in very little time! Tools The only tool really needed for this project is a shovel. Mine looked like this. Its short enough to dig tunnels easily and wide enough to get efficient work done. To make an awesome fort in l...
By: meeko

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Wed, 8 Feb 2012 13:24:34 PST
Inexpensive Skiing / Snowboarding Gloves
Inexpensive Skiing / Snowboarding Gloves - More DIY How To Projects]]> thirtytwoutside It's a widely known fact that snow sports are expensive; with all the gear and equipment, gas to get to the mountain, lift tickets, day lodge food, post-skiing beer... it all adds up very quickly.  Why pay more than you have to? Gloves are an essential component of an enjoyable day on the slopes.  ...
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Tue, 17 Jan 2012 11:04:24 PST
Applying skins to your skis.
Applying skins to your skis. - More DIY How To Projects]]> stewied This is a quick tutorial showing you how to apply skins to your skis. (Skins Make it possible for you to stick to the snow so that you can hike up the mountain with your skis on.) NOTE: Before you begin to apply your skins to your skis, make sure that you have cut your skins to the appropriate leng...
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Thu, 3 Feb 2011 11:25:33 PST
Igloo - More DIY How To Projects]]> fn06afranci An igloo me and my two yonger brothers made this Christmas
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Thu, 6 Jan 2011 10:18:17 PST
Snow Saw, part 2: Midlife crisis on a budget
Snow Saw, part 2: Midlife crisis on a budget - More DIY How To Projects]]> iminthebathroom This is my first carving with the snow saw, it can be found here on instructables.  It took about an hour to cart away the excess snow that I had to dig away with the shovel, then out came the saw.  An hour later and the basic shape was complete.  Then on new years day I added the wheels and some de...
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Sun, 2 Jan 2011 00:22:08 PST
Snow Saw - part 1
Snow Saw - part 1 - More DIY How To Projects]]> iminthebathroom This is part one of the snow sculpture contest for instructables.  I posted this instructable  here early so others could build this simple tool and greatly expand everyone's ability to create something awesome for the contest.  20 minutes in the garage and your out the door with this bad boy. ...
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Thu, 30 Dec 2010 02:56:22 PST
How to Ski Jour with your Dog
How to Ski Jour with your Dog - More DIY How To Projects]]> shortone Have some fun while giving your dog some exercise-have him/her pull you on skis! This instructable will show you how. Prepare Yourself You will need: 1 dog harness 1 bungee cord 1 dog leash 1 fanny pack or belt 1 pair of nordic skis and boots 1 pair of poles 1 dog that's ready to pull! Prepare ...
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Sun, 9 Mar 2008 20:24:37 PDT
How To Make A Snow Lantern
How To Make A Snow Lantern - More DIY How To Projects]]> Jennifer F. Make your garden into a winter wonderland with some snow lanterns! Let it snow!
By: Jennifer F.

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Wed, 27 Feb 2008 13:36:55 PST