Best sugru inventions; POST EM'
Topic by robokid96 | last reply
Hey folks! Here's one we've really been looking forward to. The Sugru Contest is set for 9/13 - 10/3! To enter make an Instructable using Sugru, simple as that or as complex and interesting as you like! Check out the Sugru website if you need to get some for the contest!
Topic by Culturespy | last reply
For anyone that has used Sugru in the past, how much grip does it have once completely cured and dry? I was wondering if I could use it on the outside of a 3D printed wheel to get good grip like a rubber tire. If not any suggestions for other materials I could use? Thanks!
Topic by Patrick S | last reply
Until finding this site a couple of weeks ago, I had never heard of sugru. Then when I first saw it mentioned here, I think the name put me off - I kept thinking sugar craft / marzipan. Anyway, after looking around the site a bit more thoroughly, I've since discovered that this product looks extremely interesting and something I definitely want to try. Which leads me to a few questions. Is it available in shops, or do I have to order it online - more specifically, if it is available in shops, where in Australia would I get it? One use I saw for it was to take the place (sometimes) of poly clay in my modeling. One method I use is to make a ball out of foil and cover this with polyclay. Then after cooking, I cut a small area out of the clay (usually while it's still warm and not quite completely cured) and pull the foil out. This leaves me with a hollow vessel. So I'm wondering if I use Sugru, would I be able to cut a piece of the model out (maybe before it hardens completely) and will I be able to remove the foil or will the sugru stick to the foil. Another question. I see that the coloured sugru can be combined to create new colours. Has anybody tried successfully using paint or some sort of pigment to colour the sugru? Thanks Norma
Topic by Twinmum | last reply
If Yes, then by how much of its original volume? I plan to press on the legs of an LED into a dough of sugru and then remove the LED and leave it to cure. Would the holes (created by the legs of the LED) shrink, is what I wanted to know..
Question by Siddharth Jain | last reply
Hi guys... Ok, I was posting this asa comment, then I remembered the "be nice" rule and thougth about setting things in a positive way. AIM: I like instructables a whole lot. I come here EVERY DAY for inspiration and help in many things. So I whant it to remain the nice place I think it is, full of creative people that solves everyday problems and improves lives of other with the power of theyr brain and hands. In order to keep this I thing it is important to keep things "brand free". COMPLAIN: There are too much questionable sugru instructables around, Let's face it. Some of them are real innovative and clever, but much of those are daily and"not that usefull" at all. The point is: aren't those qualifiable as COMMERCIAL ADDS ?? I mean... I like that thing, but are we sure that there is nothing irregular going on? Thanks
Topic by EmcySquare | last reply
At Worthington Libraries, we hosted an "Inventor's Challenge." We let our users knew all about Sugru, what cool stuff it can do, and how it can be used in unique ways. Then we hosted an "Inventor's Fair" where we all shared our inventions, hacks and designs. Take a look at our Sugru-ventions! Tumbler Repair with Sugru Rolled Sugru Beads Sugru Pie Server Fix
Topic by BibliophilicWebrarian | last reply
Can anyone tell me the density of cured Sugru? A specific number would be best (in grams per milliliter preferably), but if I can't get that, does it float in water? (If you don't know what Sugru is, see the Instructables store.) Thanks!
Question by Dr. D | last reply
*************************************************** We have no more Sugru to give out. Thank you everyone who requested some I'm looking forward to seeing all of your projects! *************************************************** We've been spending some time recently chatting with the great people over at Sugru, trying to figure out a good contest to run. However, in talking it over with them, we have come to realize that if we launch a Sugru contest, everyone would have to buy Sugru in order to enter it. No one was fans of this idea, and so we came up with am alternate plan. Before running the contest, they would ship us a box full of Sugru Smart Hacks Super Packs for us to send out to selected authors. We've already given out these packs to a number of authors as a way of saying thank you for the amazing projects they've submitted, but we still have some left. So, here's where you come in! We want to offer these to anyone who wants to create a project using this awesome material! This is first come, first serve. We have under thirty packs to give out, so they might go quick. I'll update this post if and when supplies start running out or are gone. Our only request of you is that you use what we send you to make something awesome and enter that something awesome into the Sugru contest when it finally does launch. Of course, entering the contest will also make you eligible for a number of other prizes. So let me know in the comments if you would like one, and I'll send you a prize notification that you'll need to fill out. Best of luck, and happy creating! Current Count: 000
Topic by StumpChunkman | last reply
Hey everyone! We just launched an awesome Sugru speed contest, Sugru Life Hacks! You can find the contest page here https://www.instructables.com/contest/sugrulifehacks/ Two awesome things about this contest. 1. Your qualifying entries in the Sugru contest will also qualify for the Humana contest. 2. We have one prize in the line up that will go to an entry chosen at random from all qualifying entries that don't win another prize. Yep, no votes or judges, just a random number generator! So get cracking and make something that helps people live life to it's fullest. This contest is open to international entries!
Topic by Culturespy | last reply
El pasado jueves 25 de Julio se llevo acabo la primera Build Nigth en The Inventor´s House patrocinada por Instructables y Sugru Una noche en la que a pesar de la lluvia que cayo en la ciudad hubo varios participantes que dejaron volar su imaginación y crearon cosas geniales. El evento comenzó a las 20:30 debido a la lluvia, se les entrego a todos los participantes un sobre de sugru, varios venían preparados con material extra como cautín, partes de fuentes de computadora, plugs de audifonos, controles de playstation, madera entre otras cosas para hacer sus creaciones. El evento estuvo genial incluso contamos con la presencia varios niños todo en un ambiente colaborativo y de creatividad. Estos son algunos de los inventos realizados en esta Build Night con mostramos el video y algunos instructable. Un cubre polvos para tu celular: Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Cubre-polvo-para-celular-hecho-con-Sugru/ Un Joystick mejorado de control Nintendo 64: Holder para celular con Sugru Base para ventilación de laptop: Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Mejorar-el-enfriamiento-en-Laptop-con-SUGRU-Im/ Un mouse USB/PS2: Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Ratn-PS2USB-con-SUGRU/ Aquí pueden ver mas fotos tomadas en el evento Ya estamos preparando la siguiente BuildNight que será patrocinada por Jameco. Con mejoras como "Mini taller para realizar correctamente un instructable" Sin mas, gracias a sugru e instructable por la experiencia, saludos desde Aguascalientes, México. P.D. Por fin pude publicar mi post, sin caracteres especiales xD
Topic by sabas1080 | last reply
El pasado jueves 18 de Julio se llevo acabo la primera Build Nigth en The Inventor´s House patrocinada por Instructables y Sugru Una noche en la que a pesar de la lluvia que cayo en la ciudad hubo varios participantes que dejaron volar su imaginación y crearon cosas geniales. El evento comenzó a las 20:30 debido a la lluvia, se les entrego a todos los participantes un sobre de sugru, varios venían preparados con material extra como cautín, partes de fuentes de computadora, plugs de audifonos, controles de playstation, madera entre otras cosas para hacer sus creaciones. El evento estuvo genial incluso contamos con la presencia varios niños todo en un ambiente colaborativo y de creatividad. Estos son algunos de los inventos realizados en esta Build Night te mostramos el video y la liga al instructable. Un cubre polvos para tu celular: Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Cubre-polvo-para-celular-hecho-con-Sugru/ Un Joystick mejorado de control Nintendo 64: Un mouse USB/PS2: Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Ratn-PS2USB-con-SUGRU/ Base para ventilación de laptop: Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Mejorar-el-enfriamiento-en-Laptop-con-SUGRU-Im/ Fue una experiencia genial, que nos dejo bastante conocimiento para seguir mejorando el evento, ya estamos organizando la build night de agosto, en esta ocasión primero impartiremos un pequeño curso de como crear un instructable y así mejorar nuestros post. Sin mas nos despedimos desde Aguascalientes, México. Saludos :D
Topic by sabas1080
And just in the nick of time too. I had several more ideas, but didn't have the resources to make them come true. . . Entry #1 Entry #2 Not much I know, but I was once again, a little short on time.
Topic by Goodhart | last reply
MakeICT participated in their first Instructables Build Night in July by making stuff with Sugru! It turned out to be a lot of fun. A couple people showed up with ideas. A couple more people showed up without ideas, but they were quickly inspired by suggestions. One guy who was at our space for the first time had used Sugru before and was willing to share best practices. Sugru seems like a useful tool to keep around the makerspace, so thanks to Instructables for introducing it to us! Here are some of the Sugru projects our members worked on: Eyeglass repair by forming new nose pads DIY multimeter tweezer probes A universal tripod mount that works with any phone or tablet A mustache - for those times when you need to quickly disguise yourself We also had a member repairing a table-top gaming piece by forming a new base out of Sugru. Another member used Sugru and recycled pieces of corrugated plastic (yard signs) to prototype a homeless shelter. Thanks to the Instructables team for the help in organizing these build nights! We look forward to participating in more.
Topic by makeict | last reply
Here at ENTS (Edmonton New Technology Society) we have weekly hacker nights on Tuesday. So last Tuesday we decided to turn our weekly hacker night into Sugru night. We had a modest turn out but it gave those interested a chance to play around with Sugru. We had a few people fixing some items around the space, to modifying some existing items, even some impromptu shoe repair. Someone was working on a toy dog and was going to make the lights blink. Big thanks to James Chaulk for helping out! Here is a few photos of our majestic space on that night:
Topic by neosamuri | last reply
Hey Makers and Breakers, Tinkerers and... uh, Thinkerers! Tyler here, from the Makers Local 256 hackerspace in Huntsville, Alabama! I just wanted to share some of the projects and ideas we toyed around with on our monthly build night for July. Our theme was Sugru, thanks to some kind gifts from Carley and the rest of the folks at Instructables; you guys rock! We had a few different projects that were worked on, so I'll start with the ones with Instructables attached first! My project was to modify an AppleTV remote so that it would stop sliding between the cushions of the couch, but decided to allow it to stand up on its own as well. The mod was quick and simple and is described in my Instructable here. Another member grabbed a couple of those spinny whirlygig handcopter toys and set out to combine them into a single, more powerful, machine! Those of you who knit know the annoyance of losing stitches when transporting your works in progress. DeathRogue decided that enough was enough and fashioned some knitting needle endcaps out of Sugru! We also had other little projects, including adding a Sugru kickstand to a Galaxy Note 2 for watching Netflix, building a wooden spindle using Sugru for the kickwheel, creating rubber Sugru feet for a Raspberry Pi case, and even practicing the ancient Japanese art of breaking and mending pottery pieces: Kintsugi! Check out our pictures of the event, and if you're ever in the North Alabama region, come check us out!
Topic by tylercrumpton | last reply
I saw an instructable on using sugru to make "bumpers" on the corners of an iPhone to protect it from shock and the like. This looks like a good idea, but I don't really want to have a bunch of silicone on my phone all the time--just when it has a higher risk of taking a bad drop (hiking, for instance). The instructable says that the sugru can be removed, but it does not say whether or not the molded corners can be removed and put back on as needed. Does anybody know if this is possible? Thanks!
Question by mad magoo | last reply
I won some sugru from a contest on another website and it has a best before or use by date on it. How strictly do i have to stick to this? Will it still be good after that? I ask because i have only used one small sachet and the date is next month. Does anybody know how it performs after the stated date? Thanks mdog93
Question by mdog93 | last reply
I won the photo editing contest (runner up prize). The only reason I ever entered the contest was to win the sugru (haha) so that I can repair a few things around my house. My prize came today, and I received the SD card, TShirt, and a patch. But my sugru wasn't included. :( After looking back at the official rules to make sure Sugru was listed as a prize, I copied and pasted it here. Prize(s). The prize(s) to be awarded in the Contest is/are as follows: 1.(2) Two Grand Prize winner will be awarded a 16GB Apple iPad 2, a one-year Pro membership to Instructables.com, a t-shirt, and a pack of Sugru. One Grand Prize winner will be selected for the best Instructable with an image of a spooky scene (people are small or incidental if present), and one grand prize winner will be selected for best Instructable with a creepy image featuring people. Total retail value: $549.99. 2.(10) Ten First Prize winners will be awarded an Eye-Fi wireless 4GB memory card , a one-year Pro membership to Instructables.com, a t-shirt, and a pack of Sugru. Total retail value: $99.95 How can I claim my Sugru now? D:
Question by trandolph | last reply
Hello, I could not find a cheap case for an ipod touch that has a solar panel and a battery in it, so I want to put my ipod in an iphone case. I have a ipod touch 4g, and I am hoping that I can just use some sugru to fill in the extra space. Does this seem like it will work well with the case in the link? http://dx.com/p/1500mah-usb-solar-rechargeable-external-battery-with-silicone-case-for-iphone-4-3g-3gs-black-94466
Question by jbaker22 | last reply
125 SPACES AVAILABLE Deadline to sign up: Monday, August 4. Accepted spaces will be notified by August 6. SEPTEMBER BUILD NIGHT We are partnering with Sugru, the amazing self setting rubber, for our September 2014 build night. This is our 2nd build night with Sugru and we couldn’t be more excited! Sign up and we will ship you a package that includes: (8) packs of sugru (1 pack = 8 mini packs) HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Host a Build Night: pick a night in September (any night) to host a project build night using Sugru. You can host multiple build nights during September and October to work on your projects. Post 3 Instructables: post 3 Instructables using Sugru. We are looking for these projects to showcase unique uses for Sugru. (Not posting these Instructables will affect your chances to participate in future build nights). Check here for some inspiration. 5 creative ways to improve your kitchen 5 ideas for sugru in your garden 11 ways to sugruify your keys 8 ways to make your GoPro even more amazing 10 ways to refresh vintage finds 12 musicians get creative with sugru 7 clever ideas sugru + velcro 20 sugru holiday hacks 20 ways sugru can improve your crafting kit Brownie Points (not required): after the build night post a forum topic on Instructables about your event. Include pictures, stories, etc... Here are two examples from past build nights: Noisebridge and Makers Local 256. We may even feature your photos on the homepage. CHALLENGE The two spaces that submit the Instructables with the most unique use of sugru will receive a copy of the Autodesk Product Design Suite Ultimate (first prize) and a Nikon D5200 Digital SLR Camera (second prize). Grand Prize (Autodesk Design Suite): Dynamic Motor Balancing with Sugru and an iPhone by Phoenix Asylum First Prize (DSLR Camera): Poor Mans Fire Works by ShakeTheFuture Honorary Mentions (Instructables t-shirts): Sugru Raspberry Pi Corners by Geekspace Gwinnett Stop Motion Puppetry with Sugru by Hitchin Hackspace SIGN UP - Please only sign up if you are able to complete the requirements listed above This is a 2-step sign up process. YOU MUST COMPLETE BOTH TO FULLY SIGN UP. Fill out this google form. You will then receive a private message in your Instructables inbox by August 6 asking for your shipping information. You cannot receive the Sugru materials without completing this step. Selection Process: This is NOT first come first serve. We look at past build night participation, past project quality, and project proposals for the current build night. If you haven't participated in a build night OR haven't submitted Instructables for build nights you signed up for we suggest your space create Instructables over the next few months and submit them in future applications. RESOURCES: Sugru Website Instructables App (for documentation during the build night): iOS and Android JOIN OUR ANNOUNCEMENT LIST If you are interested in being directly notified about future build nights fill out this form. You will receive an e-mail when new events are announced in the forums. Please only sign up if you are not already on the build night mailing list. ABOUT BUILD NIGHTS Instructables is sponsoring monthly build nights at makerspaces and hackerspaces around the world. Each month we partner with a different company to send you materials and/or tools to run a workshop at your space. In return your space posts Instructables from your build night.
Topic by Carleyy | last reply
NO SPACES AVAILABLE Instructables is sponsoring monthly build nights at makerspaces and hackerspaces around the world. Each month is a different theme and we will send you materials to run a workshop at your space. JULY BUILD NIGHT We are partnering with sugru for our July 2013 build night. Sugru is the exciting new self-setting rubber that can be formed by hand. It molds like play-dough, bonds to almost anything and turns into a strong, flexible silicone rubber overnight. Sign up for the July build night and we will ship you several packages of sugru to experiment with. Details below (please read all the information). HOW TO PARTICIPATE Host a Build Night: pick a night in July (any night) to host the sugru build night. At the event experiment and play with sugru. Post Five Instructables: post 5 Instructables using Sugru. This can include: making products more ergonomic, simple fixes, or more advanced uses. You have 1 week after your build night to post these projects. Anyone from your space is welcome to post an Instructable that counts towards the 5. (Not posting these Instructables may affect your chances to participate in future build nights). Brownie Points (not required): after the build night post a forum topic on Instructables about your event. Include pictures, stories, etc... Here are two examples from the May build night: Noisebridge and Makers Local 256. We may even feature your photo on the homepage. INSTRUCTABLES SPONSORSHIP Use the build night as a launch pad to bring your makerspace towards Instructables sponsorship. Individual projects can be included towards the sponsorship AKA get people to post new Instructables to count towards sponsorship. SIGN UP We have 100 spaces available and it’s first come first serve. Please only sign up if you are able to complete the requirements listed above. You must be associated with a formal makerspace or hackerspace to participate. SIGN UP HERE. RESOURCES Sugru.com Instructables Sugru Projects Instructables App (for documentation during the build night): iOS and Android JOIN OUR ANNOUNCEMENT LIST If you are interested in being directly notified about future build nights fill out this form. You will receive an e-mail when the events are announced in the forums. If you have signed up for a past build night or this build night you are already on our announcement list. Questions? post in the forums if you have any questions
Topic by Carleyy | last reply
Topic by randofo
As you may, or may not, be aware, Sugru have done a bit of a re-launch of their site & community. Guess who was was of sixty or so people asked to help? (Blink, and you'll miss me!) Sugru is a brilliant material for Makers, with hundreds of projects already posted on Instructables, it comes out of the packet like sticky modelling clay, after a few minutes it starts to cure, until it fully sets as a food-safe silicone rubber that will adhere to most surfaces.
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
I dont have any liquid starch and I want to make some silly putty. I want to use it as a sugru alternative for the life hacks contest.
Question by Iam4NUru | last reply
Through the Answers section here, I learned of mixing borax, rebake into powder, and then mix alum to create a high polishable cast...and also read discussion of the use of horse hair or fiberglass fibers from insulation for reinforcing the plaster. Unfortunately, I haven't ever found enough details to test either of these methods. The other day at the store, my wife asked if tinsel would work. It never occurred to me, but it sounds like it would make sense. Have you ever tried to pull a strand of that stuff a part? Also, I'm sure right after Christmas, it would be dirt cheap and in vast supply. I have been using the plaster of paris for making mold for some Sugru/Oogoo projects. Anyone ever try this or have any suggestions? Or if anyone knowledge about the fiberglass thing that I can use as basis, that would be cool too. Also, I know there are better materials than plaster of paris, that are stronger and all, but I am trying to at least use what I have on hand first, and I know other people would find it useful too.
Question by vphreeze | last reply
I have a great old Corona ultrasonic humidifier that is 21 or 22 years old. The humidifier works like a dream, but the old rubber gasket around the vibrating plate is going to fail soon. I am thinking that Sugru would be a fix to model around and on top of the existing gasket. Anyone think it would have trouble under water? It's one of the best old humidifiers but has gone out of production. Have kept this sucker clean and in good order. The gasket has eroded considerably, and if it goes it will be a dead machine. I have repaired the broken water tank twice. I used a piece of Sugru to hold an old toilet flapper in place inside the reservoir tank and it hasn't moved in months. Anyone work with Sugru for things underwater? It is my only hope to keep this great old machine working. Sooner or later, it will go, but it is a grand old remnant of the days when we built things to last. My old metal blade fans are still going even after a switch had to be replaced. Good maintenance will keep things running long after they are supposed to fail from use. Appreciate anyone and everyone's help. Thanks! Tess Elliott
Question by tesseliot | last reply
NES Bedding Apple Cider Donuts Metal Casting with Sugru Hand Lights Dr. Who Inspired Watch Green Tomato Chutney Creepy UV Sun Jar Ultimate Parts Storage Bike Part Belt Make a Dragon Skull Networked Sprinkler Controller Bent Wood Rings LED Monitor Backlight Read Credit Cards Wireless Altoids Display
Topic by randofo
All the steps explain how to use the product after purchase... I may be wrong, but, why is that even allowed here? It was also featured in the last Instructables Email that I got.... I just don't get it. Here's the instructable Additional Note: It seems that almost (if not) all, the ibles by that author are showing how to use the same "product" in another way. Doesn't that just open the door to every marketing department out there to get free product advertising??? (Seriously, think about all the ible's with Fitz's giving yet another use for the smart chop...)
Question by canucksgirl | last reply
I've thought of Sugru, but that would cost more than actually buying the key covers. I want suggestions using stuff I can already find around the house. Thank you.
Question by Shadow13! | last reply
I have received half of my 2nd price for the Green Tech Contest in the form of a Cool T-Shirt, stickers, Sugru etc, but have not yet received my Solio® Bolt Solar Charger. does anybody know what is happening, as this is one prize i will really use.
Topic by trubbleguy | last reply
I was recently alerted to Fixperts.org. It's a fascinating concept - "real" designers get paired with folk with actual, unsolved problems (typically related to a mobility issue), and produce bespoke solutions, making a nice little video in the process. Introduction to Fixperts from Billo on Vimeo. It's mainly a UK thing at the moment (some of the folk from Sugru are involved, although it's not a Sugru scheme), but there's nothing stopping you, dear reader, starting up something similar through your own school, college or Hackspace. There are even guidelines on the site on how to join in. I've been told of companies that make bespoke prosthetics, or connect problems to solutions, but this is the first voluntary group I've encountered that drags Design out of the showroom or gallery, directly to those who actually need these skills now. I'm going to keep an eye on Fixperts, and I think you ought to as well... @Fixperts
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Hey all I just won the special prize in the bathroom contest a 2 weeks ago and I was asked to fill in a form asking for the address etc, and I filled it in and sent it, but it has been about a week and a half but the prize(Sugru) has not arrived yet(I live in Poland)Does anyone know how long it takes for a prize in instructables to be shipped to Poland Thanks
Question by vishalapr | last reply
Member 'Nepheron' has decided to withdraw from the community, unexpectedly. He deleted most of his instructables and removed information from the rest, rendering them useless. The only one left is Sugru metal casting. It mentions on his profile that he no longer wishes to participate in the community... Has anyone talked with him or have information on why he left?
Topic by nickodemus | last reply
Steampunk Flash Drive USB Sea Monkeys Homemade Toothpaste Soda Pop Tab Jewelry Virtual Exercise Bike Ride Build a Cargo Bike Sugru iPhone Bumper Steampunk Monitor Salvage Rocking Chair Sunburn Alarm PVC Dish Rack Seed Grenade Styrofoam Concrete Illuminated Switch Hack Mushroom Environment Control
Topic by randofo
BP Costume Tweeting Snuggie Tusken Raider 44 Uses for Old Discs Self-Venting Cat Box Make Medicinal Salt Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls Davy Jones Costume Alien Mutant Robot DIY Platform Bed Featured Author: Honus Sugru-Like Rubber Bender Costume Painless Ganglion Removal Liquid Latex Scales
Topic by randofo
I have one of those older flip Chevy fobs. Well the key broke off the fob so it's just a piece a metal and I use the fob to turn the ignition. I am looking for a fix with maybe like sugru or something to make a top portion to make it look like a key again. Any ideas??? or plans of action? don't want to fork out another 100$ a key.
Topic by tunes4x | last reply
Robotic Drink Mixer Camping Hot Tub Delicious Rainbow Cupcakes LED Pinball Table Halo Costume Armor Easy Light-Up Table Scallop Your Fretboard Futuristic 10W LED Lamp Duct Tape Boat Live With Insight Anodizing Titanium Rings Take Great Close-Up Photos Playful Random Light Ball Fix Bent CPU Pins Repair Wire with Sugru
Topic by randofo
Hi all. so I've got this idea, snow stamp, the stamp could be anything, like some figure or text or even an advertise, for small one's sugru would be the way to go, biger's may be laser cuted or something, use your imageination. It would me fun to make snow stamps on your shooes with some text, like joke or poem. I hope you like my idea. If you decide to make one please share your snow stamp pics here.
Topic by batonas | last reply
Tree Speakers Melon Brain Pumpkin Silly String Shooter NES DVD Player Lady Gaga Caution Tape Costume Restoring Old Sneakers Cardboard Costume Helmet Supercapacitor USB Light Lady Gaga Bubble Costume Lady Gaga Baby Suits DIY Christian Louboutin Petal Sandals Sugru Mouse Grip Homemade Wakeboard Winch Gruesome Zombie Makeup Build a Full Tang Knife
Topic by randofo
Kidnapped Mermaid Costume Lady Gaga Cigarette Glasses 1950s Ray Gun Sugru Dashboard Mount Catahedron Costume Quick and Easy Waterproof Flashlight Simple Bookshelf Laser Image Projector Bar Lacing Lady Gaga American Flag Costume Vampire Bunny Plushie Dieselpunk Amplifier Rubber Sensory Ball Unique Costume Ideas Halloween Candy Bark Instructables.com - 82 2nd St. - San Francisco, CA
Topic by randofo
I was one of the winners of the Coffee Challenge (YEAH ME!!!) I have never received "official" notification (I think I read I would need to sign something) I just saw my Instructable (Good Morning Coffee Soap) on the Winner List. I didn't think much about not getting the prizes until my DH asked tonight. What do I need to do, or whom do I need to contact? Now that I'm thinking about it I've never gotten the Sugru from entering a before and after beard picture on the December beard challenge. :-(
Topic by MaryT8M | last reply