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Topic by susantr | last reply
Six days cruising Cabo and crafting 24/7? Sign me up! Crafty Chica Cruise 2010 includes food, drinks, art swaps, workshops, prizes, demos, and even a private art fair where you can sell your wares. Oh, and did I mention Cabo?? With a mere $50 deposit and early-sign up payment-plan, spots on this dream cruise are sure to go fast, so snatch yours up now. For more details, check out Diary of a Crafty Chica and check out her new line of products while you're there! On a side note, I am currently taking donations to the Send Scooch on a Craft Cruise for the Betterment of the Entire Instructables Community fund. PM me for details on how to make a contribution. . .
Topic by scoochmaroo | last reply
I recently stumbled upon the site Etsy, Im sure you have heard of it but if not here is the link: www.etsy.com Is there some trick to selling. I feel as though most of the people who go there are creative people or fellow instructable members who can make their own things. So, what product would you want to purchase online that is handmade? Also I just opened my account: http://www.etsy.com/shop/AlfredoSG
Topic by AlfredoSG | last reply
I have this mirror that I like but it came with these huge overly sized lamps attached to it which I didn't particularly like and removed, which has left it with two large gaps in the frame. Is there a way to fill in these holes where I could possibly just paint over it so everything looks even or some sort of creative way to fill them in? here is what it looks like. front http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a152/Meghan_l_d/DIY/DSCN1239.jpg?t=1275868085 close up of gap http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a152/Meghan_l_d/DIY/DSCN1241.jpg?t=1275868112 back http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a152/Meghan_l_d/DIY/DSCN1242.jpg?t=1275868112
Topic by meghan20089 | last reply
As a new mom (of six months) to a beautiful baby girl, Madeline Ann, I LOVE how I can merge my passion of creating and parenting together! Right now, I create big girl things for myself still mostly & cute things for my tiny tot. I love checking other creative momma's ideas out. (or creative people's creations', period) I started a blog www.kreativekatiekonnect.blogspot.com and I've learned that blogging as a new mom is HARD! I just can't find the time to be as consistent as I like and haven't really gotten the knack of documenting all of my projects, photographing each step, editing, writing, posting & then SHARING hoping for followers. Maybe, folks in this group who have a little blogging experience can help me out with this. This group is made by Me for You creative folks who love to make/create almost anything & everything. (From drawing potraits, photography, any cool crafting, sewing, mod podging, refurbishing & the list could keep going to infinity, really!) I have been refurbishing old furniture lately, painting & personalizing mailboxes, creating really cool stuff for my little one & TRYING to sew a few things here and there for her (and would love to for myself). I am hoping I can share some of my ideas with you and vice versa! I love new ideas & I really hope you will join up with me and share yours along with enjoying one's that I share with you! Please excuse my POOR grammatical errors and lack of good writing/typing. It's difficult to type while holding a baby, rocking, ect. LOL So, bare with me & excuse my writing, but appreciate my creativity because I CAN'T WAIT to see your creations. (or anything you share) Xoxo Katie Let's link up EVERYWHERE: Yay =-) : *Follow me on twitter @TheKatiePett *Like me on Facebook www.facebook.com/KreativeKatieKonnect *Check my blog out and pls share your thoughts: www.kreativekatiekonnect.blogspot.com Also, if you have a blog, twitter, or facebook page- please share w/ me and I will totally follow you and keep up with you! I'm a devoted fan once I meet ya! :) #FanOFcreativity
Topic by thekatiepett | last reply
I am the crafty one and have no idea what to do/go/make. Not a lot of $ and no babysitters. Thanks!
Question by tukas | last reply
Mukluks are expensive and I'm pretty crafty so I figured I might be able to make them myself and have the mukluks I've always wanted!
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A new submission was entered in the new crafty contest on Greenwala's Choose to Reuse that blew me away!Its a dress made from 100% recycled plastic bags! The designer made it as a statement to show how much plastic we waste every year. Check it out!https://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/pages/Instructables/37681991912
Topic by ModrnHippe | last reply
Hi all, Well my girlfriend has just joined -ibles, you can find her here,https://www.instructables.com/member/Rainbow_Han/So everyone say hi!She is a crafty type, and has made all sorts from bags to corsets. Thanks,gmjhowe.
Topic by gmjhowe | last reply
I want to make a crossbow, not a proper one one, just a toy one so that I can have some fun. However, I'm not sure which wood would be best for the bendy bow bit. I'm located in England, and I would like an easily accessible wood to make it.
Question by Crafty Dragon | last reply
I also have to keep them away from a small dog. So it has to be something where it can be placed high enough the dog cannot reach. thanks.
Question by Lallegra | last reply
I'm not much of a crafty person and I haven't really ever made anything before so I'm not sure how I'd go about making this tutu. I found it on ebay, but it's expensive and it won't be done and shipped by the time I need it; April 6th. Needless to say I'm in a bit of a hurry (today is March 26th). Please help!
Topic by Hillarybp | last reply
Antibiotic resistance is becoming a real problem, and I figured that the crafty and scientific community could help. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/help-fund-and-add-incentive-drug-companies-create-new-and-better-antibiotics-fight-rising-super/nwTTbVX3 I started this petition on the white house website. Note: This is at no benefit to me, I am just trying to bring awareness to this issue.
Topic by airsofter1 | last reply
I am in charge of a not for profit and don't want to pay the $50 set-up fee for getting our logo onto 30-40 travel mugs. I'm kind of crafty and wouldn't mind doing it myself if I could find out how.
Question by ahuntress | last reply
My husband wants purple led lights on his bike. They are hard to find however when i do find them they are expensive. anyone have a crafty idea on how i could do this myself if i had white led strip???
Question by k_linker8577 | last reply
Hey guys! I searched for something like this, but got no hits. I have an old snowboard in the basement that isn't even worth selling. I'd love to do something with it, but I'm not too crafty. Can anyone direct me to, or create, an instructable on how to make a shelf out of a snowboard? I think it would be tacky in a pretty cool way. Thanks a lot.
Topic by DELETED_murl3y | last reply
I'm the founder of the Lammily line of dolls which promote realistic beauty standards. I'm looking for a creative person who can make doll crafting videos like in the example below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdVSXVtDoaA If you're crafty, creative, and think you can make videos like this, please let me know! My email is email@example.com. The videos can be very wild, such as "How to Make a Doll Moon Landing".
Topic by NickolayL
I'm interested in selling italian iceys but don't have the money to purchase one, not even a used cart comes in cheap. I'm kind of crafty so my wife suggested build one and we don't need refrigeration so a simple one will do. I know i can have loew's cut my pieces but what about the stainless steal inside and out, how do tackle that?
Question by scottiex | last reply
Hi all I am skint, having to make pressies for everyone this year, doing okay until i came to my two nephews, ones 10 and ones 12, does anyone have any ideas ? I am very crafty and have lots of stash, just dont have the money to go and buy a pressies, any help at all would be brilliant, thanks a lot Judie
Question by ijustlovecraftymess | last reply
Www.greenwala.com (an online green social network) is looking for crafty DIYers to share their repurposed project ideas with them for a future article. Might be a great way for people here to gain exposure -- here's the article link -- http://www.greenwala.com/community/blogs/all/1344-Creative-Crafters-Share-Details-About-Your-Repurposed-Fashion-Projects'''ALSO, www.greenwala.com has a few new crafty contests running, but one in particular is called "Choose To Reuse".It asks participants to photograph an original repurposed design of their own creation.Here are some examples of what other contestants have already submitted:1) vinyl record garden planters2) shower curtain turned into wearable "hoodie"3) old sink turned "hand-tiled bird bath"Take a look at the rest of the entries here and then gear yourself up to submit your own cool, repurposed design -- http://www.greenwala.com/greenwala_contests'''The most creative reuse will win a new HP Mini 110 XP Notebook and a Deskjet D2660 printer!Good luck and have fun!!
Topic by elizahleigh | last reply
This was put together for my little sister's 8th birthday party :) Just get crafty type foam (like the white type for floral arrangements) and cut circles (or squares or triangles etc.) of decreasing size. Hot glue together....Then, hot glue on those fun sized candies (just a little dab). You know, the kind you discovered to be not so very fun unless you're eight years old :) This makes it easy for people to pull the candies off and keeps the arrangement nice and tidy.Vodka and Cranberry Juice for the adults.... kidding :P
Topic by trebuchet03 | last reply
This is one of those ideas that I came up with yet unfortunately I don't think that I will have the time nor effort to complete it. Yet I would love to see it come into fruition, and that's why I've decided to explain it here. What I would like to see is some crafty individual take the concept of the bristle bot and simply increase the magnitude of the dimensions and make it into a ride-able craft. This also could possibly be entered into the big and small challenge. Any questions that you might come up with I will gladly answer.
Topic by The Cartographer | last reply
Hiiiii! I'm Izzy, and next year ill be living on my own income for the first time. Now I'm a crafty person(duh) and on top of working part-time, I also want to start selling my art. However, I have no idea how to do this. So far I can knit, crochet, draw, paint, sew, and cook. I want to get into doll and squishy customs as well but I also have no idea what I'm doing in that aspect. Any helpful tips or ideas are much appreciated. SALUT!! :)
Question by izzys13 | last reply
I need comments and (constructive)criticism on my kantele instructable, almost 200 views but only one comment, blah... Especially I want to see what kinds of kanteles will be built by you, crazy crafty folks! Hopefully even someone takes notice, gets intrigued and starts building this ancient lore instrument . Link below: https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-traditional-Finnish-5-string-kantele/
Topic by Thermonuklear | last reply
We've got a lot of excellent stuff on the site already, but surely there are more things we could make! I've been pining for Hogwarts in general since the movies came to an end, so I'm rerouting my love in crafty ways. I've been trying to come up with some ideas this week. I made a golden snitch necklace yesterday, and I'll be making another one and posting an instructable soon. :) So what other things from the books/movies would you like to see? :D
Topic by jessyratfink | last reply
Guys, I'm dyin here, this should be such an abvious creation! I need to create a simple mechanism to repeatedly push a button on a Playstation 3 controller. Doesnt have to be quick at all, even every few minutes would work, be it has to be able to repeadedly press a button for a few hours at a time. I figured I would go Homer style and grab myself a trendy little dipping or drinking bird, but figured it would be reliable enough to keep up for a few hours. Seems terribly trivial, but that's whats driving me so crazy to figure out a solution?! Any crafty McGuyver's out there want to take a stab at it?
Topic by hannibalxlecter | last reply
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Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Sign-up for this newsletter: Welcome back!NEW CONTEST: Create something crafty with or for a kid for the SINGER Kids Crafts Contest and win a sweet new serger from SINGER!NEW CONTEST: Make a 30-second how-to video for the Forbes Teach Me Fast Contest and win an awesome Flip MinoHD video camera! Winning videos will be featured on Forbes.com.Build anything using cardboard, and enter the Gorilla Glue Cardboard Contest to win a huge package of Gorilla Glue supplies and gear!Cook up something tasty for the Low & Slow BBQ Contest and win a Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker, and autographed copies of the new Low & Slow BBQ book! Contest Winners! See which awesome projects won the Pocket-Sized Contest and the Get in the Garden Contest! Rubber Hose Chair Drumsticks World's Best Cardboard Chair Open a Pesky Pistachio Nut Share something cool quickly! Get crafty! Make a Cardboard Billfold or Wallet! Music Visualizer (oscilloscope) Udon Noodles in Miso Sauce Make Furniture With Cardboard! Make Paper Beads Build an Analog Vocoder Climbing Cardboard Gorilla Make a Berry Picker with PVC Submit a cardboard creation andwin a prize pack from Gorilla Glue! Cook up something tasty! Cheapy Laser Lighter Burner Urban Artwork Using Bead Plates Bioshock Belt Buckle in Bronze Carve a Shrink Cup Sign-up for this newsletter:
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Hey everyone, was just writing to say that i love this site. Way higher on the web excelling far over the other crafty etsy pinterest type sites...Get all my ideas from here for building cooking, and any other d.i.y. stuff i wanna have a bse idea and build, modify....However ive noticed recently that i really need a way to organize mysaved favorites into sub categories so they are easier to find once i go back looking relentlessly through a list of all favorites just to find that 1 im wantng to do. any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated....or is there an option im overlooking?
Topic by jmissavage | last reply
Instructables is in the press again, this time as a recommended website in the UK's Simply Knitting magazine (Issue 39, Spring 2008).Prepare to be amazed, as the craft section of this American site, dubbed "the world's biggest show and tell", includes a host of wacky projects.If you've never tried shadow knitting or would like to knit a "baby space invader" hat ... the site gives you step-by-step instructions on how to do it....It's a good site to visit when you've run out of inspiration - there's sure to be something here that will get you whipping out your needles.Good crafty fun that'll amaze and inspire.From a British journalist, that's practically a request to have Eric's babies...
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
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:
Topic by fungus amungus
I want to glue (or whatever you recommend) buttons and other small knick-knacks onto some type of stud earring base.I'm not sure if this is it (the 2nd from the left): http://www.silverenchantments.com/bezel-cups-sterling-silver.htmlbecause it's a "cup", possibly designed for a gemstone or something? I was looking for a sort of flat surface w/ a post coming out (and a backing of course) to glue vintage buttons on. Seems pretty easy to me, any precaution? I don't have a glue gun... will superglue work, or is there some sticky crafty substance I don't know about that would stand the test of time?
Topic by betl | last reply
Hi, after buying these little trains for my son, I decided to collect them in order to complete the collection, so they need a home on the wall, if not on the wall in some kind of cabinet where they can be easily displayed. I am not very crafty when it comes to these things but if I spend enough time I think I can build something, but I need some ideas to get started. They take up 2" x 1.5" space, and fit perfectly in 32 slot (30 of them) bead storage cases: https://www.michaels.com/10468278.html Thanks in advance.
Topic by tees_deney | last reply
Hi, everyone! I'm Jess.Before joining the team here at Instructables, I was an Elementary STEM and ESE Teacher, and I have loved art and maker/DIY projects pretty much my entire life. Recently, I’ve seen some really awesome and inspiring projects and noticed that the authors were teachers, so I thought it would be cool to connect here and share what we're working on with other teachers who also love to tinker and make. I'm so excited to learn about what you all are up to and celebrate your crafty, techie, maker awesomeness! :DFeel free to say hi and share about the things you love to create or link to your most recent project in the comments below.
Topic by WeTeachThemSTEM | last reply
Sign-up for this newsletter: Welcome back! NEW CONTEST: Digital Days Photo Contest - Show us your best photo trick, tip, or homemade gadget to win a new Sony digital camera! Converse Back to School in Style Contest - Make or customize anything school-related and win a gift card so you can make your own custom 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 one of six awesome Flip MinoHD video cameras! Winning videos will be featured on Forbes.com. VOTE NOW: Help pick the finalists in the Gorilla Glue Cardboard Contest! Want faster updates and inside info? Follow Instructables on Twitter and Facebook! Genuine Chainmaille from Pop Tabs Beyond Belief and Back - Optical Illusion One-ingredient Ice Cream Build a Cardboard Kayak for Under $40 Win a digital camera! Get crafty! Make Your Own Sports Drink Build a Photographerâs Zoom Spot Ready, Set, Go! Light How to Get a Great Old Sewing Machine Fuse Plastic Bags into a Laptop Case Bike Panniers from Military Surplus Bags Make Your Own Bra Make a Pencil's Lead Potentiometer Share something cool quickly! Win a pair of custom Converse shoes! Motorized Marble Roller Coaster Rework a UPS with Massive Capacity Table Top Aquarium Living Wall Sign-up for this newsletter:
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Sign-up for this newsletter: Welcome back! NEW CONTEST: 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 August 23: 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! Bike Dog Walker The Wild Pig Smoker Make a Magnetic Fish Tank Cleaner Hidden Cabinet Behind Fake DVDs Make or customize anything school-related! FerretMobile: DIY Ferret Wheelchair Make a Resistor Reference Card Listen to Shortwave on an AM Radio Home Made Tonic Water Concentrate Share something cool quickly! Get crafty! Make a Sekkaboku Rubbing Crayon CIR Sand Casting System Air Pumped Patio Fireplace Homebrew Cold Smoke Generator Submit a cardboard creation and win a prize pack from Gorilla Glue! Cook up something tasty today! Ends August 23 Pulled Pork on a Weber Kettle Grill Smart Power Strip for Your PC Stone Tile Lamp Make a Watermelon Keg Sign-up for this newsletter:
Topic by fungus amungus
I will be talking with Make's Editor-in-Chief, Mark Frauenfelder, about the rise of DIY culture on Minnesota Public Radio's Midmorning call-in talk-show tomorrow, June 25th at 9 AM CT. You can call in at 1-800-224-2828, or submit online questions at MPR News. /**/DIY for lifestyle and livelihood The term "do-it-yourself" used be the purview of home repair gurus or a subculture of crafty trendsetters. But the Internet and the recession have inspired more DIY-ers to make things for entertainment and profit. Guests * Mark Frauenfelder: Editor of Make magazine, his new book is called "Made by Hand: Searching for Meaning in a Throwaway World." He is also the editor-in-chief of the popular blog BoingBoing.net. * Eric Wilhelm: CEO of Instructables.com
Topic by ewilhelm | last reply
I have a dryer with an exhaust vent that could not possible exit my condo as it is in a stack in the very center of my unit; moreover, even with a crafty snaking of ventilation piping couldn't get it near an exterior wall. As you can guess, when I dry my clothes the utility room turns into a sauna and all of my walls develop condensation from the hot air and water vapor the dryer is using and extracting. Does anyone have any good ideas for how I could reduce the condensation build-up or even alleviate the problem? I thought of making some sort of dispersal fan to cool the hot dryer air as it exits the dryer, but I am not sold on this idea.
Question by interested1 | last reply
Scope this cool quilt from Etsy maker CarolinaPatchworks.If you've got the $450 to shell out for this bad boy, you're probably still living in your parent's basement and could use something to keep you warm while you reminisce about saving the princess from the angry monkey 20 years ago on your Nintendo, probably in that same basement.Let's be honest, if you love 80s pop culture and clever, crafty re-creations of your childhood memories ( and obviously I DO ), it doesn't get any better than this.Or does it?Show us what you come up with! Can it beat 5volt's Art Toast?Or spacegirl94's own Mario Quilt?The Challenge is on! Via:GeekyGadgets
Topic by scoochmaroo | last reply
We are compiling a free guide for parents, teachers, administrators, health professionals and so forth to get the word out about germs and better hygiene. We want all types of ideas! They can be complex or simple, cheap or expensive, crafty or basic, etc.! If you want to be on the list to get a free idea then jus message "OUTFOX" or email info@OUTFOXprevention.com
Question by OUTFOX | last reply
Sometime last year I received a brick that is very special to me. It came from the outside of the old technology wing of my school when they were knocking it down to make way for the new building, and I have a lot of great memories from those rooms. The only problem is...well...it's a big red brick. Its only current function is as a doorstop to my bedroom which I stub my toe on each time I enter. I'm growing sick and tired of it but I don't want to get rid of it either. I figured I might do something crafty with it instead, but unfortunately other than the creative application of paint and glue to make it a less-than-charming piece I can put on my shelf, I'm drawing a blank. Does anyone have any ideas?
Topic by NeedleFerret | last reply