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"I Made It!" Madness! Answered

Anyone who posts a new "I Made It!" between today (March 13, 2018), and April 15, 2018 will be eligible to receive a new Instructables notebook and carpenter pencil.

For those new to the site, an "I Made It" is a special type of comment that you can post on an instructable to show that you followed the directions and made it yourself. You can find the big orange "I Made It!" link at the end of any instructable.

Post a picture of your brand new "I made it" in the comments below and also a link to the project where you have shared it. On April 16 we will be selecting 20 people at random who shared their "I Made It!" below to receive these gifts.

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randofo (author)2018-04-16

Hello everybody!

It is great to see all of the cool new 'I Made Its' posted below! I'm sure all of the project authors were also thrilled to see you making their projects.

If you posted an "I made it" comment on someone else's Instructable and shared it below, keep an eye on your inbox for the gift claim form which should arrive over the next few days.

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Matlek (author)randofo2018-05-06

Thanks a lot, I've received it! As @chienline said, no pencil inside... But a lot of cool stuff! And the notebook is great, with useful tools! Perfect to write down my next projects!

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chienline (author)randofo2018-05-05

I missed the pencils (T-T)

Instead, I got the cool notebook (with Useful measurement tools inside its cover), a large Robot sticker for my laptop (this is Awesome!), a Robot tattoo sticker (Cool!), and a diecast Robot pin for my backpack (Cooler!). Thank you Instructables. You are Awesome! (^_^) v

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Artuino (author)2018-05-02

Thanks randofo and Intructables community!...just got my parcel today..

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JR Tyner (author)2018-04-10

I can't find my I made it here, so I made a different one too:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Infused-Tea-Egg/

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JR Tyner (author)JR Tyner2018-04-15

I found my original I Made It, I made a second one because I really want to win one of those notebooks!

https://www.instructables.com/id/Pineapple-Upside-Down-Pancakes-Gluten-Free/

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38ren (author)2018-04-15

" It was harder then I thought, cutting out the Chinese characters, but a perfect gift for Father's day coming up, as my dad loves this beer :)

I ended up using pieces of plastic from an old folder instead of corrugated plastic (I couldn't find any) and put the light bulb in the back of the box, to even out the light distribution.

All in all, pretty satisfied with the result! (although you might notice that I had to sharpie some of the characters in lol, no sweat though. After all, this is a cheap material and I can do it all again.)"

"How to Make an Ambient Lamp From a Cardboard Box" by DaveFlynn

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-an-Am...

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ThirdEarthDesign (author)2018-04-13

I've just posted an "I Made It" for the DIY Customized Circuit Board (PCB Making) by ASCAS. A great Instructable that gave me the confidence to try etching my first PCB. Now I'm progressing onto getting my first PCB professionally made!

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Andy_Fuentes22 (author)2018-04-08

I Made It!

I wanted to make something for next Mother's day because my Mom loves music as much as I do, it turned out great and was so much fun to make :)

https://www.instructables.com/id/Treble-Bass-Heart...

Great instructable from Mrballeng:

https://www.instructables.com/member/Mrballeng/

Thanks!

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AdysonP (author)2018-04-05
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2016ume1165 (author)2018-04-04

I Made It !!!

I have a designed a robot named "BRObot" which is a perfect companion as a humanoid robot in house and office.This robot is designed keeping in mind the practical use and its feasibility. BROBOT can help in daily household chores such as cleaning,moping,objects handling etc.It has got a vacuum cleaner in front side. A sliding as well as rotating mop is present at bottom.It's neck has ball joint so as to enable the camera to cover whole area in its vision. It also serves perfectly for entertainment. It has got a T.V.,touch screen laptop and high quality speakers at its front. It has mobile phone holder at left side and can be controlled using smartphone app. On the right side is slide-able cup holder. It's ears are fitted with microphones for voice recognition and security purposes. To avoid obstacles it has sensors present on all sides and on arms too. The camera fitted in eyes can be used to locate object in different areas of house/office on the phone screen. Its hand has rotational joints for flexible working and fingers are made human like for efficient performance. BROBOT can successfully be an integral part of human life in coming future.

https://www.instructables.com/contest/designforrob...

#IMadeIt

#madness

#pencil

#notebook

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LignumMori (author)2018-03-28

I made the joiner's mallet using makendo's instructable:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-wooden-mallet/

I used zebrawood and a square Gabon ebony dowel with teak oil for the head, and lacquered black palm for the handle. This is my first mallet and it was easy with makendo's design!

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UtkarshVerma (author)2018-03-26

I've made a line follower robot based on this instructable:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Line-Follower-Rob...

I've also made plenty of changes to my robot, all of which have been documented here:

https://github.com/TheProtoElectricEffect/LineFoll...

The author has also included my work in his instructable.

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alamtania (author)2018-03-20

Don't know if this counts but I'm super happy that I made it and posted it here :D

Honestly, I never thought I'll be able to do any hairstyle except ponytails and good-to-go normal braids. These hairstyles have always been a mystery to me. When you do something you never thought you would ever be able to do, that actually feeld great :D

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-do-a-Basic...

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Jack A Lopez (author)2018-03-19

Alright, just to play along: I made the same thing described in this instructable,

https://www.instructables.com/id/Drawing-a-Pentago...

titled, "Drawing a Pentagon", by Netherstar.

Yeah. I know. It's one of these geometric constuctions made with compass and straight edge, so maybe you think it is too easy, but I think I did a nice job with it.

Moreover my drawing has labels (O for the center of the circle, plus other points labeled A through J) for the various points and lines that make up this construction, so I think this is an improvement over the one Netherstar made, which has no labeled points.

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Hey! Does anyone know how long I have to wait for a i-made-it-post to materialize on a particular instructable? The reason why I ask, is because I still do not see my i-made-it example showing up on Netherstar's instructable,

https://www.instructables.com/id/Drawing-a-Pentago...

and I am wondering: Is this because what I wrote is still being moderated, pending, like approval, from the site's censors? Or is it because the site is broken, and the comment I wrote for that got posted to the nowhere file?

If that is the case, please let me know, and I will try uploading my "i-made-it" comment as many times as I have to, for to get it to stick without falling off.

By the way, I think the full url I was looking at when I pushed the "i-made-it" button was not the straight url that ends with a slash. It was one that had a slash, then question mark, then some args. Actually it was this one,

https://www.instructables.com/id/Drawing-a-Pentago...

You cannot see it, because the editor truncated the end, but there is an arg that says, "

commentId=CL1J9ULJEST6L9K"

I mean that was the URL I was looking at, because I noticed that someone had written a cryptic, "question",

https://www.instructables.com/topics/?type=questio...

about this instructable, with that question containing only the words, "The distance"

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Matlek (author)2018-03-19

I made it!

With friends, we started playing a Harry Potter tabletop role-playing game, and my character has a wand made out of beech tree and phoenix feather core. So I went into the forest, found a beech tree, and made my own wand! I am still looking for the phoenix though...

I also made the box! And I am very happy with the result!

Here is the original instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Wand-and-Wand-Box/

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dekeros (author)2018-03-19

I really liked the look of this guitar stand - so I had to make it. :-) Here is the Instructable I was inspired by https://www.instructables.com/id/Simple-Elegant-Gu... and my build attached below. And no - this is not made out of pallet wood this time. :-)

I allowed myself some artistic modifications :-)

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IgorF2 (author)2018-03-18

Great tutorial! It worked perfectly!

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ruudcreates (author)2018-03-18

After a couple of times finally thought about posting the 'I made it'. If I remake something on Instructables I always post an I made it, but for some reason never did it before on this one.

https://www.instructables.com/id/Perfect-Oven-Swee...

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After seeing many of Penelope Bulnick's delicious frappuccino recipes, I finally made one, with a twist! Her original recipe contains strawberries, but I used raspberries instead. It tasted great!

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skoo (author)2018-03-17

After several attempts, I made to plant this pea plant. At first I soak the seed in the water until it sprouted after three days I dig a hole in the soil and I put the seed. After few days it grows like this so I Made It! and I'm so happy.

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chienline (author)2018-03-16

The simplest project ever. I made two of this for my sons using popsicle sticks because metal will be hard to shape and kids were standing by my side. I got them to prepare the bolts-nuts and to blend the epoxy glue. I also add propellers stabbed into the center electrode. Technically they are spinnable but stuck at the side electrode :D

NO-WELD SPARK PLUG AEROPLANE by timdekker1825

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iceng (author)2018-03-14

I made it!

So after Tomala pointed out a typo in the text.

https://www.instructables.com/id/WHY-LED-RESISTORS...

I was motivated to create a spread-sheet to verify that pink math !

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iceng (author)iceng2018-03-15

I made it!

So after Tomala pointed out a typo in the text.

https://www.instructables.com/id/WHY-LED-RESISTORS...

I was motivated to create a spread-sheet to verify that pink math !

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iceng (author)iceng2018-03-14
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Artuino (author)iceng2018-03-14

try logging in using your smart phone..I've got same issue using a desktop computer.

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iceng (author)Artuino2018-03-14

Your very kind.. I've been a member since 2006 and have had 4 smart phones that lost me my password and same with Facebook... I can just lump it :-/

Best regards,

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Eric T (author)2018-03-14

I made it. A forged knife, a free standing pile of hedge posts (osage orange), forged decoritave iron knot,

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randofo (author)Eric T2018-03-14

Do you have a link to the project that you are remaking?

If this happens to be a new project, I highly encourage you to try posting a new Instructable.

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Eric T (author)2018-03-14

I made it: A forged camping tripod.see prevous poasted picture.

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random_builder (author)2018-03-14

On any ible?? YASSS!! I had a project that I wanted to do an "I made it" on, but I never got around to it.

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Matlek (author)2018-03-14

That's great! I'll be back soon with an "I made it" comment then!

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chienline (author)2018-03-14

This is Awesome! Yes, seldom that people use this awesome feature on Instructables. It is time to show off :D

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mjrovai (author)2018-03-13

Hope you also include the makers that create the Instructables! ;-)

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randofo (author)mjrovai2018-03-13

It is open to anyone who wants to try to remake someone else's project.

Perhaps you could swap with someone. You could try making one of theirs, and they can make one of yours.

There will surely be other opportunities on the site for authors to win notebooks.

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