Belly Flops

Jelly Belly makes one mean jelly bean. Belly Flops are factory seconds sold by Jelly Belly at Dollar Trees. Cheap and just as delicious, Jelly Belly makes the sweetest mistakes."These special beans taste great, but don't quite meet all of our demanding standards for size, color, shape and flavor."-SweetnessBG

Posted by lamedust 9 years ago


Air Jelly

I can not wait until they come out with air peanut butter.http://www.engadget.com/2008/04/28/festo-airjelly-flies-through-the-air-with-the-greatest-of-ease/

Posted by Tetranitrate 9 years ago


green jelly menace?

Could you please tell me how to get rid of the green jelly on my lawn as it is quite prolific in some areas i have just noticed after sipping in it made more so because i'm on a slope, this year after all the rain we have had it is everywhere more so than other years and i really need to get rid if somebody can help i'd be most grateful. Thanks.  

Asked by greengage 5 years ago


Marbled Jelly Sandals

So, I'm totally in love with these marbled jelly shoes, but they're sold out. Just wondering what's involved in a DIY version... what material would you make the mould out of, what material would you use for the cast, and how do you do the marbling? https://svpply.com/item/1599841/Anntian_Marmored_Shoes

Posted by jarris 4 years ago


Nylon through Jelly question

Hi, I wanted to make some eatable jelly balls and put them dangling from the ceiling on a nylon string that crosses them trough the center. I was thinking about using these double spherical mold for it http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001AS44KI/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B001AS44KI&linkCode=as2&tag=mcme-equipment-20 , but im pretty sure if I put a nylon string inbetween the molds the water would leak through it. If I can't in one consistent cast, what kind of eatable material can I use to glue the two half spheres?

Posted by JoaoM86 1 year ago


What would you do with this blackberry pulp? Answered

I like preserves, but my husband doesn't like the seeds in wild blackberries. So I made preserves yesterday and jelly today. What would you do with this disgusting mass of blackberry pulp? It tastes pretty good, but bless its heart, it's ugly.

Asked by Dr. P 6 years ago


Salt Water + PVC + Time = Jellly? Answered

A while back I had made a HHO generator or electrolysis device.  I had run it a little bit and then left it for about two months in a bucket because it had a small leak.  Salt crystallized on the outside some and when I opened it, there was a large glob of some milky white jelly like substance, any ideas?

Asked by jj.inc 6 years ago


How do you make jellied alcohol? Answered

You know sterno?Its jellied alcohol.How do you turn regular alcohol into jellied alcohol?

Asked by bylerfamily 9 years ago


Where is the recipe for pie in a jelly jar?

I can't find this recipe, but maybe I'm just not using the correct search words.

Asked by davidsona 8 years ago


Peanut Butter & Jelly Beer!

Short's Brewery has a Peanut Butter and Jelly Beer.  My favorite sandwich of all time is the PB&J.  And, why not? Beer = Liquid Bread. I'm thinking of making my own. I've been homebrewing for about 5 years now, thanks to this instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Make-Beer/  (check it out). Maybe an American Rye with peanut powder and some sort of fruit added. Blackberry? Strawberry? Thoughts? Suggestions? Does this make you say "mmmm" or "blegh!!!"? P.S. Yes, I know Peanut Butter and Jelly is an American idea. Marmite Beer is not appealing to me in the slightest.

Posted by marcward86 6 years ago


What thickener gives a gel-consistency, and not jelly-consistency?

Hey people! I have a liquid I would like to thicken to the consistency where it can be spread on bread. I just don't want to blend in too many calories, so I just want to use some thickener. But what thickener gives a gel-like consistency, and not a jelly-like? The difference (in my head) is that if you poke the surface of a gel, your finger sinks into it, and if you do the same with a jelly, the surface bends. So jelly is the wobbly stuff like jell-o, while gel is more like hairgel. Problem is just that I don't know which thickener to use... I have these in consideration: Cornstarch, tried, worked kind of, but not when cooled down in the fridge. Went from almost tolerably jelly, to very jelly Tapioca, should be like cornstarch, but more fridge-tolerant. Any thoughts? Flour, not very powerful, and gives a bad taste in those quantities Agar agar, less wobbly than gelatine, but still kind of jelly. Pectin, still haven't tried it, but know it is used for jam, and jam can be spread, but can also be kind of wobbly, any thoughts? Also, any other suggestions?

Asked by ELF 7 years ago


Silicone or petroleum jelly for my rubiks cube

I need to lubricate my rubiks cube should i use petroleum jelly or silicone

Posted by sk8master 9 years ago


Any techniques for preshrinking a "Jelly Roll?" (pre cut fabric strips for quilting)?

 It seems like it could be a big tangled mess if I put them in the washer/drier ---  This is for a quilt that combines a few different fabrics of variable provenance/manufacture - and similarly variable shrink rates.  Jelly roll in question is "Deer Valley" brand.

Asked by haptotrope 8 years ago


I'm the New President of the United States of America

Vote JellyWoo for the president of the United States of America! this website lets you enter in your name and then it will create a video for you. See my video as an example.

Posted by JellyWoo 9 years ago


$ to build and ship a project

Greetings, everyone! I am in a bit of a bind. I love the idea behind the "Awesomest Jelly Bean Dispenser" project, but lack the tools and time to craft it myself. Would anyone be willing to build one and ship it? I am located in Modesto, California. Pride in your work is a must. I am willing to pay the (reasonable) price you name. Thank you.

Posted by andrewrivera314 5 years ago


My New TR Dooooods

Commence the jelly fest. http://knexinnovation.net/showthread.php?666-Completed-Projects-thread&p=15198&viewfull=1#post15198

Posted by Knarez 6 years ago



For Custom-Design Everything

Check out this site for practical products with awesome designs! Updated regularly. http://www.cafepress.com/jellynjam

Posted by grooooovy 6 years ago


Android on Raspberry Pi???

Hey Instructablers! I was wondering if it is possible to put Android software on a Raspberry Pi? if not could you put ubuntu on it??? just wondering... Thanks to anyone who responds!!!!!!

Posted by jackjackboom 5 years ago


Monster Jellyfish Crop Circle

Check out this giant crop circle that was made/created on farmland in Oxfordshire.This jelly fish is about 600 feet (or 250m) check it out!link to vid:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/8081771.stm

Posted by Shadowmang 8 years ago


ok, can you veiw your own things in the search area?

K, say i created something, then can i search for it in the reguler search bar? plz help ... and also check out "bread clip stinger" very populer

Posted by Black Jelly 11 years ago



hi, can anyone help with a laminating steel or brass with a thin film of silicon? Answered

Im buildng a mould for casing pcl (polymorf) there are issuse with using petroleum jelly as a release agent due to it clogging the pores, im building a highly porus biological scaffold for tissue engineering

Asked by randomhand 8 years ago



(newsletter) Chalkboard Table, Dead PC Aquarium, iPhone Macro Photography

  Chalkboard Table Dead PC Aquarium iPhone Macro Photography Fakeaccino Hybrid Pipe Bed LED Jellies Hard Drive Light Switches Free Motion Cycling Rollers Reuse Nespresso Capsules Hard Drive Instrument Steampunk Shutter Shades Modify a Mandrel Guides Solar Panels Desserts Arduino

Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago


The Pulse Jet Bicycle that Goes up to 75 mph

Pulse jets are fun to watch and you can get an intro to making one with a jam jar. Make a big one and it can be incredibly freakin' loud. Mount it onto a bicycle like Robert Maddox did and you'll get speeds up to 75 mph as you blast your ears into loose bits of jelly. Link

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


Drinking water safe foot pump?

I am trying to make a dishwashing station for camping, and I havn't been able to find a design for a pump that seems food-safe. The designs that I have found for DIY use petrolium jelly for a seal. I would prefer a foot pump, as most of the people that I camp with are young, short, or both. :-) Help for the DIY and physics impaired, please.

Asked by lucysdad 6 years ago


Question: How Big is Instructables?

CameronSS asked: How big is Instructables? Counting all of the text, images, sounds, videos, etc. that are stored on the site, how much space does it take up? A few gigabytes? A few hundred gigabytes? A few terabytes?How big do you think Instructables is? The About page will tell you how many employees and associates Instructables has, but how big do you think Instructables is, information-wise?This is like a jelly-bean counting contest, except on a much bigger scale and with inedible jellybeans.Guess away!

Posted by joshf 9 years ago


Bug Report

When i login to the instructable app (version:2.0.4) from my android phone of jelly bean version 4.2.1, It shows I haven't published any article, But i have already published 2 articles. And another problem is, in the side bar of the app, it shows both login and logout option. I have attached the screen shot, see it below. It is showing 0 favourites, 0 following only in app. But when I login in browser it shows correctly. I have around 30 favourites and I am following some authors. But in the app it is not showing correctly.

Posted by Invento Guy 2 years ago


learning to create pictures with seed beads

I want to learn to create art using seed beads and I don't know where to begin.  By art, I mean actual pictures that you would hang on your walls like you may have seen done with m&ms or jelly beans lol.  I hope someone can lead me in the right direction.  I don't know if you use fabric or tear away paper or what, I just know I want to learn to do it.  Thank you, Alison

Posted by alison528 5 years ago


PrankDialer

I just found this site and tested it out... And it works!Basically it's a site that you pick out a prank message, enter a phone number, and in a few minutes or more, the site calls the phone and pranks them with the message you picked out. Some of the prank messages on there would be the RickRoll, Peanut Butter Jelly Time, and 7 days (from the movie The Ring). They claim to not share the numbers at all, and lots of people seem to have used it without any problems either, so I'm considering it safe. I'm going to have some fun with this and my friends over the next few weeks... : D

Posted by Aar000n3y 9 years ago


Growing numbers of jellyfish linked to global warming

The growing number of jellyfish in the oceans has scientists worried, as they say it is an indication of how badly the ocean is being treated. They are showing up in places where they have never been seen before, and this is being attributed to a number of causes, including global warming and overfishing of the jellie's natural predators. LinkyI can personally attest to this one. I went to the beach and got stung by these little nasties. There must have been thousands and thousands of them swimming around. When they sting you, it HURTS. I had whip marks on my arms and legs for hours. Stupid jellyfish...

Posted by Lithium Rain 9 years ago


Summer: the time of fresh fruit

Summer is almost here in the Northern Hemisphere, and school is out (at least where I live).  All the beautiful trees will soon be producing wonderfully sweet fruits for human and non-human passers-by to gorge themselves on.  With Pears, Apples, Plums, Peaches, Cherries and more, immeasurable numbers of fruit tree species are out there.  What are all of your favorite fruits, and what do you do with them?  Do you eat them raw and whole, in a pastry, jellied, dried, or some other way? Personally, I think Plums fresh from the tree take the cake, but all fruits are delicious.

Posted by tincanz 6 years ago


Acrylic on acrylic hinge - friction?

I'm building an articulated 'puppet' using 3mm acrylic sheet for the 'skeleton' My hinges will be simple sandwiches of two outer and one inner piece, held together with a snap-together nylon rivet. The flat contact area is about half a square inch (see attached image). The 'puppet' will be controlled by tendons attached to gloves, so will only have the force of single fingers to move them. I need to know how smooth a joint this will be, before I start ordering nylon washers. Anyone got experience of this sort of join? Will it be ok dry, or will a small amount of  lubrication help? (petroleum jelly? liquid silcone?). Or do I need to commit to washers. Needs to be as frictionless as possible!

Posted by Crispy75 7 years ago


Has anyone used Rustguy or zero-rust converter products?

I am looking for a fast and easy product for my volunteers to use on a steam engine that is being restored and wondered if these products are any good and worth the $$$ they charge? These products seem to be an improvement over the gloping on of the Naval Jelly and hundreds of man hours of wire brushing and sanding, priming and painting... Just wanted to know from an outside source if these are good and effective so I can recommend them to the Board of Directors and not end up looking like a jerk... They already think I don't know much because I'm younger and a girl! For example, I am still trying to convince them that the engines on static display would look nicer for longer if they used an epoxy based paint instead of exterior house paint! I appreciate any thoughts you have on the two products listed, if you know anything about them! Thanks!

Asked by ALMOSTATILLSON 8 years ago


Making candy from jam? Answered

Hi! Since I'm not very proficient in food making yet, figured it would be wise to ask for advice. Issue: I have many jars of various jams because grandparents make some every summer-autumn season, yet I only consume it once a week on my binge day and even then there's only so much of it one can eat. Preferred solution: I intend to make some sort of candy from the jam. Most likely something jelly-gummy like, maybe dip that in chocolate/mix some nuts in or do whatever else comes to mind. Basically solidify the jam. So how do I go about doing this? Will adding a lot of gelatine do the trick or should I reduce moisture content too? If so, how? Any other suggestions and bewares welcome too as well as other ways of using jam in bulk! Thanks, Raitis

Asked by Raitis 3 years ago


Chemicals people would want to make?

Basically I want to know what lab chemicals you want to make, if you know how to make any useful chemicals. please post, I am not responsible for and injury's, fatality's, or "bad things" of any sort that come from this thread, all things posted here are to assumed for informational purposes only.

Posted by mr.space 8 years ago


April Fools Speed Contest Winners Announced

Instructables is happy to announce the prizewinners from the April Fools Speed Contest!The entries for this contest made us laugh and giggle and hopefully some prankster will be inspired to try one of them out on a friend. Keep on being creative and surprising people where they least expect it to keep the world an interesting place, everybody.Now, on with the winners! Top Votes and PageviewsThe authors of these Instructables will each receive Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius: 28 Build-It Yourself Projects from ThinkGeek and an Instructables robot t-shirt. Top Votes Pageviews !!GREAT COMPUTER PRANKS !! computer commands using notepad and command prompt by dean-101 How to conduct a social experiment on webcam (or simply play a joke on your friends) by sam noyoun Runners-Up The authors of these Instructables will each receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt. Ye Olde Aprile Fools Prankes! Jelly Doughnut Surprise How To Change Your Fortune A Blast From The Past Random Prize - For being lucky enough to have its name pulled out of a box, the author of this Instructable will receive Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius: 28 Build-It Yourself Projects from ThinkGeek and an Instructables robot t-shirt.and the random winner is...this aging Instructable.

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Ethanol-fueled Hummer - E85 H2

Do you think the people who designed this had some sort of irony-deflecting helmets?Hummer will offer E85-compatible flexfuel engines on both the H2 and H2 SUT starting for model year 2009, and by 2010, all Hummer models will be flexfuel-compatible. We'd have to put a few hundred miles on a test rig to say for certain, but based on our experiences with (a) Hummers and (b) ethanol rigs, we'd wager that the 2009 Hummer H2 E85 may well deliver the absolute worst fuel economy of any vehicle based off a light-duty truck chassis sold in the US in the last 20 years. Our guess: 11 mpg highway, 8 city. Going downhill. With a tailwind.As a special added bonus, E85 Hummer owners will be doing their part to jack up their monthly grocery bills---and everyone else's too--as increased demand for E85 has caused a serious disruption in a major component of America's food supply, which in turn has adversely affected the price of meat and dairy products, sodas and sweets, breads and breakfast cereals, baby formula, jellies and jams, salad dressings, and yes, even our beloved corn dogs. Now you've really ticked us off! But hey, it's clean and it's green. When you put it that way, $7.99 for a bag of tortilla chips doesn't sound so bad after all, now does it?via Fourwheeler

Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago


On diesel and gasoline automobiles.

I will get a new used car soon, and am torn on an old diesel 1973 Mercedes and a gasoline 1985 Volvo sedan. A diesel to me is obviously better: more torque, easier to repair, lasts long, but I live in Vermont. And in Vermont, diesel turns to jelly, but I am prepared to deal with it. A gasoline engine, on the other hand, is faster, not what I need, and has less torque. It also stays good in the cold. I would turn the diesel into a veggie, to me that is a great benefit. The thing that keeps me from the diesel Mercedes is the law, you can't by a new diesel, and I can't find where it says I can't by a used diesel. Also, how hard would it be for me to convert to veggie, to get veggie fuel, clean it, and to heat the fuel for winter? There are many diesel stations just sitting around where I live, so that is always an option. Why do I even ask? Because a gasoline would be so much more convenient for me. A Volvo is a perfect choice if I want an easy to use, get up and go car. A Diesel would make me wait for a couple of minutes before I go anywhere. Of course, the final decision of the car I will buy will be totally remodeled into a newly painted, shnaztastic, car with all the means to repair on the road. When I start this summer, I will keep you posted, every step of the way. Post a comment or email me at Stephendanielalverez@gmail.com

Asked by Stephen D. Alverez 8 years ago


(newsletter) Air Hockey Table, Bacon Candy, Branding Iron...

Sign-up for this newsletter: Welcome back! Converse Back to School in Style Contest - Make or customize anything school-related and win a gift card so you can make your own Converse shoes! SINGER Kids Crafts Contest - Create something crafty with or for a kid and win a sweet new serger or sewing machine from SINGER! Forbes Teach Me Fast Contest - Make a 30-second how-to video and win an awesome Flip MinoHD video camera! Winning videos will be featured on Forbes.com. Gorilla Glue Cardboard Contest - Build anything using cardboard, and win a huge package of Gorilla Glue supplies and gear! ENDS SUNDAY: Low & Slow BBQ Contest - Cook up something tasty and win a Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker, and autographed copies of the new Low & Slow BBQ book! Contest closes August 23. Winners announced for the Art of Sound Contest. See who won! DIY Air Hockey Table Build Fantastic 3D Art with Cardboard See who won! Bacon Candy Submit a cardboard creation and win a prize pack from Gorilla Glue! Cook up something tasty today! Ends this Sunday! Extreme Fat Tire Bicycle Foam Walkalong Glider Make Wine Jelly Cheap SD card Breadboard Socket Make or customize anything school-related! Improve Your Videos! Automated Cat Feeder Build a 8x8x8 LED Cube Denim iPhone Case Share something cool quickly! Get crafty! Cheapest Wire Holder Branding Iron Make a Cardboard Laptop Stand Panties Sign-up for this newsletter:

Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago


Homemade Holidays Winners Announced

Instructables and CRAFT Magazine are happy to announce the winners of the Homemade Holidays Contest!While most people are out there trying to buy the perfect item, many of you were working to make the perfect gift and we love you for it. The personal touch of a handmade gift shows your creativity, and how much you care.Once again we were delighted by the variety of Instructables that were submitted. The entries just keep getting better and better -- just one look at the winners here shows that! Even though there are first, second, and third prizes, all of these Instructables deserve a look. Be sure to leave comments and pictures so the authors know how much you appreciate their hard work! First Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win a CRAFT Boxed Gift Set, an Instructables robot T-shirt, a CRAFT T-shirt, and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) Flat Zipper Bag and Wallet How to Make a Color-Changing Lighted Faux Fur Scarf Make DIY Vanilla Extract! Second Prize WinnersThe authors of these Instructables win a one-year subscription to CRAFT Magazine, an Instructables robot T-shirt, a CRAFT T-shirt, and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) Crochet a Baby Penguin Amigurumi Fiber Optic and LED Minature Garden Light How to Make a TRON Style Lamp: The MADYLIGHT How to make a unique tile picture for less than $3! Make a Custom Lift-the-Flap Book for a Toddler Third Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win CRAFT: Volume 5 and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. Due to a tie, there are 11 winners instead of 10. (in alphabetical order) Bat-Mobile hanging toy Chinese Dragon Pull Toy Give a real "fallen star" Grow your own Magic Crystal Tree How to make Candles! How to make Pixel Cookies! LoveBox - The box of love make your own cookie cutters Metal Embossing Stylish Santa Hoodie Venezia Napkin Rings Slideshow/Video Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win CRAFT: Volume 5 and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) french market bag Homemade Apple Jelly How to crochet a DS case My Shadow Knit Piano Scarf Jackobs Ladder Optical Illusion Toy The Pirate's Secret Scarf Portable CD Pouch PVC Cello Unisex Neckwarmer Wooden rings Thank you to all the judges: arwen, natalie, ewilhelm, randofo, canida, rachel, reno_dakota, noahw, fungus amungus , and nagutron.

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago