When i saw this im like awsome!!! but then i noticed someone could probaly make this on instructables if some one can figure how this kinda works could you post an instructable on how to make one? heres a pic
Topic by Easy Button | last reply
Well, I know there are a bunch of tuts out there teaching you how to make your own personalized tshirts but what im looking for specifically is how do i make Permanant, Matte finish tshirts? i gave up doing stencils.. there just too hard to make ...i used to buy iron on prints but they give of a glossy finish.. cant find a matte finish :(all i have is a sucky inkjet printer thats 4 years old.. i get the feeling its gonna break soon..soo.. looking for a way to print stuff like this :http://i19.tinypic.com/8ea56hz.jpghttp://i4.tinypic.com/6xjq8hj.jpgwith a matte finish.. and it must be permanant.. with wahtever medium excpet spraypaints...
Topic by xaeroevo
Hi friends....I love this site and do like to win, even if it's just a bunch of positive comments! Recently I won a t-shirt and I didn't realize how small/close the sizes run. (I believe I requested a women's large and in the comments I noted that I wanted the equivalent that would fit a women's chest 36-38". I was disappointed that the Tshirt ran exactly 37" with no room to breath. Unfortunately I didn't realize I was supposed to add a few inches for movement as none was built into the size.) My shirt has not been worn and it still has the manufacturer's paper tag attached. Is it possible to return it to Instructables for a larger size? If so, then I'd like to request something that measures 42" from armpit to armpit - which would be great after shrinking! (I realize the larger size may be considered too large for the female sizes available, and if so, the equivalent man's size would be appreciated over one that doesn't fit) If this isn't an option, perhaps future winners can be asked what size they want their shirt to run "from armpit to armpit". Not only will this make more T-shirt winners be happy, but also, more Instructables advertising will be seen on the streets ;-D mega thanks!
Topic by kcli | last reply
I am starting screenprinting on tshirts and am having a hell of a time getting the registration right for 2 colour. I have made 2 screens but what is the best way to register them on TShirts? Also when I iron the image after it has dried and there is any red that overlaps the white it seems to blend and turn pink. Any tips?
Question by renthevagrant | last reply
Ive painted a tshirt with poster paint, it looks good now but will inevitably run. is there anything i can do to seal it? i only really need it for one night. thanks
Question by scottie110 | last reply
Am I missing something, or have I lost a portion of my mind and we never had one? I thought, at one time, we had a place to go to make our own shirts, but I have since lost the link, and can't find it here either.
Topic by Goodhart | last reply
Am I the only one? I didn't get my instructables prize pack or tshirt yet, though I did get my arduino. anyone else have this problem?
Topic by ajdi123 | last reply
While searching the Internet for someone that has made their own Hot Press for making WPC (wood plastic composite) boards, I stumbled upon a Tshirt forum. A man had posted a topic about how to make his own Tshirt heat press for making Tshirt designs. The other forum members all decided it was a waste of time. He should not bother trying because it's complicated. In the end he would spend way more, and he could buy a used or cheap heat press locally. Is that not the ultimate irony? People who post in a forum about making Tshirts tell another member that do-it-yourself is a bad idea. Like buying a heat press to make your own Tshirts is a much better idea. Do they all think they will be the one with that great design to put on a Tshirt and corner the elusive $100Billion Tshirt market? Or do they just like to make their own Tshirts instead of buying one pre made.
Topic by bsims1 | last reply
Could i. Melt plastic bags onto a tshirt? For simple designs?? What finish would it give? Thnx for any help! :)
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Instructables is happy to announce the prizewinners from the T-Shirt Hacks Speed Contest!The call for some funky t-shirt modifications was answered in a variety of ways. There was cutting, sewing, bleaching, ironing, and much more. stinkymum went above and beyond with five cool Instructables and also grabbed the top spot for votes. A great job was done all around.Now, on with the winners! Top Votes and PageviewsThe authors of these Instructables will each receive an Instructables robot t-shirt. Top Votes Pageviews Transforming a boring old blackt-shirt using bleach! by stinkymum 15-Minute Halter Top by Smexy Dead Runners-Up The authors of these Instructables will each receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt. How to Make an Instructables T-Shirt Buit-in T-Shirt Belt T-shirt to sexy top Stylish Ways to cut your T-shirt Random Prize - For being lucky enough to have its name pulled out of a t-shirt, the author of this Instructable will receive an Instructables robot t-shirt.and the random winner is...this totally rad entry.
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
I have this great olive green where the wild things are shirt that i wanted to get fitted.. in an easy no sew way that i can do myself. i thought there was a way to make the knots on the back look like a skeleton, but maybe i'm wrong. any suggestions or ideas?
Topic by mikeasaurus
I found this how-to on a different website, and I really wanna try it, it's just that the instructions are kinda confusing. It's about how to resew a tshirt. I start to get lost around step 4, and then I'm completely lost thru the end. Could someone reword it for me? Thanks!http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/t_shirt_reconstruction_she_shirt
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Hello fellow instructablers! I started my first ever teespring.com crowd funded run of tshirts about a week ago, and I'm SO CLOSE to hitting my goal! I figured Mad Science (being the best science) might be of interest to the rest of the instructables community. This is my own design, and I'm pretty proud of it. Perhaps you'd like to share your own love of Mad Science by sporting one of these awesome shirts, or giving one as a gift to the Mad Scientist in your life! As of this posting (December 4, 2013 at 9:00 pm) there's just 3 days and 19 hours to go! If I get just 10 people to preorder they get printed (I'm at 9 now), and if I get more than that then I make a little scratch to fund future projects. http://teespring.com/bestscience
Topic by depotdevoid | last reply
Http://www.instructablestore.com/instructables-tshirt.htmlHere is the link to the Instructables store. I never knew that there was an actual store for this where you could buy Instructables prizes, tshirts, etc etcIs this a legit. site? Or is it a phony?ty-brennn10
Topic by Brennn10 | last reply
I think people buy those panels attach them to tshirts and sell me for their own price :D
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Topic by scoochmaroo | last reply
The Instructables Robot loves wheeling around all day at home, but it yearns to see more of the world! It's been to a couple of interesting places in the past, but that's not enough.Our challenge to you: what's the coolest place you can bring the Instructables Robot? We want you to take a picture of the Robot in these locations and post them here. Instructables at the top of a tower? Instructables around the world? You decide!If you've ever seen the movie Amelie or heard of the travelling gnome prank, think of the various places the gnomes are photographed. The Robot could take those gnomes any day.The Robot could be a print out (see hi-res Robot images), an Instructables t-shirt, a sticker, a paper model, anything. Then, you simply need to take a picture of the setting with the Robot in it.Final rule: No Photoshopping!See below for some ideas. The Robot has its bags packed and is ready to go...
Topic by joshf | last reply
I dont want to use a cone. It was suggested I use a long sleeved tshirt, but I dont know how to make it stay on. It always slips down or rides up
Question by mmmont1970
=Smart= Recently won one of the Instructables competitons. He had alread won a t-shirt, and I had no t-shirt.We're both good friends, and spend many hours talking as part of the chatroom crew.He offered to send me the tshirt, which arrived today, complete with decorated envelope, and a custom etched tag. HE IS FULL OF EPIC WIN
Topic by gmjhowe | last reply
Hey Guys! One of my favorite things to see while I'm pouring over projects on the site is images of makers wearing their Instructables T-shirt while they are making stuff! So today, I am reaching out to YOU, YES YOU!!! to post your Instructables Robot -T-shirt-Selfie to this forum post. I would like to make a mosaic of all you lovely makers out there reppin' the robot. (and possibly put it on the homepage rotator behind the "let's make_______") The Instructables Community is totally amazing, and I can't wait to see you in your Robot Shirt. xo Aud
Topic by audreyobscura | last reply
Im planning on going to Burning Man in Nevada, and I want an awesome costume. Since so much music gets played at night i was thinking i could get a full body suit, and attach led panels to it with a sensor to light it up to the beat of the music, like a music equalizer on the computer, or those tshirts with them on the front. Would anyone be able to get me links to some company who would customize one for me? Or where I could get the parts to do it myself? And how to do it myself?
Question by Crackshott21 | last reply
Hi I was a winner (First 5) of the cardboard contest. I already received the instructables prize with my robot t-shirt. Thanks it is great :) A few weeks ago I received a mail (not email) from Fedex describing the sending of my prize. I'm surprise to see that it mentions the sending of the prize "Three Month HowToons Subscription". First because I don't received this pack, I only received the tshirt from instructables (thanks it is great). And also because I'm in the First(5) winners and it's normally six month HowToons subscription and not three. Could you please tell me if I will receive it? Thanks for your response. Have a good day
Topic by miniil | last reply
Hey guys, So, if you're as big a fan of Halo as me, you'd find that Bungie has a special Bag O' Swag on sale, for their 20th anniversary, and leaving Halo. They have anything from a Tshirt to a Zune to signed games to high-quality figures. There are only 777 in existence. AND I FRIGGEN GOT ONE! OH YEAH! What was the most interesting thing, though, was that people were staying up all day and night,trying to get one, and they didn't come close. I managed to get one by sitting at the computer for TWO AND A HALF HOURS, and my dad's bank account just got billed(also, Amazon, says it's being "processed for shipment") So, did anyone else get one?
Topic by builder968
Guys! My mother insists on me buying new clothes, but most of the stuff here is too gansta for my tastes, so i've decided to make some myself.I want some T shirts and maybe 2 or 3 jackets.oKay, so here's some of the stuff I want:An above the influence jacket. These are not sold.Some above the influence T shirts.I need help in the following things:How to make my own - Tshirts are easy enough, Ill just make some iron ons, theres ibles on this subject If I remember correctlyIts the jacket that worries me, I like the sort of jacket thats fuzzy on the outside. I would like to know if Iron ons would work on this fabric (I'll check what fabric it is later) Or if you know of any other methods.ALso, do you have any suggestions for logos that would make cool shirts?
Topic by Keith-Kid | last reply
Ok, so the school forces us to go to a crappy pep rally every time they have a football game. This one was the worst. They started out with a tribute to Michael Jackson. That was fine by me seeing how he is dead and I respect the memorial of dead people, but then they play his music through the WORST audio system ever made. It turned So-So (In my opinion) music into the worst ever. Then the school made us get up and do some of the moves for one of his songs, and I am not a dancing person, so you can imagine how pissed I was. They had their dance team do the moves for the rest of the songs, and then they put on stupid makeup to make the dancers look like zombies. It was just stupid because they just looked like clowns with big baggy white Tshirts. Then they had some random stupid stuff that was supposed to be for comedic humor, and I did laugh, but only because it was so stupid. (Hint: It involves transvestites). And then to make it worse, people start pulling out their cell phones and taking pictures like there is no tomorrow. At the VERY LEAST turn the flash and that shutter noise off. The end result was that I had a severe case of brain rot for 6 hours and I just recovered now. I think everyone who organizes pep rallies should be shot. At least make pep rallies optional. GAWD.
Topic by DJ Radio | 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
Disheartened by contest results, I really feel like pulling some of my instructables and not publishing any further ones (I am taking some time right now to work on another project I was documenting for instructables but I feel like there isn't a point to the extra time involved in pausing to take pictures of every little thing). It probably seems silly, but I did end up shoving a whole bunch of my priorities aside to make sure it was in before the deadline. My original idea was not among the top 5%, some of which were things I could buy derivatives of in a store or have definitely seen before. I guess I am just looking for affirmation that this is a pretty commonplace occurrence, and as a first time contest entrant that eventually something will pan out and I'll wind up with a tshirt (I mean that's pretty much all I want out of the deal, the prizes are nice but the tshirts are cooler. not that anyone would really ask about them, but maybe when I visit geek-saturated areas...) if I keep trying. Perhaps I was too confident and it takes way more than 50 hours to make a winning instructable (through all my trials and errors, it might have been more than 50) You could tell me that my pictures or use of language were not as good as the others, but I am pretty sure I have a decent command of the English language and most of my photos were ok, with the exception of having a few from a cellphone, in the dimly lit space I had to work in. Granted, those steps were so self-explanatory others would've just added them as a sentence i.e. "Cut the chain". I also went through the other entries, also from last year, and was pretty certain I'd place. Could ascribing it as "NoDerivs" possibly have anything to do with how the sponsor judged it? I just don't want someone using their modified idea for an NGO without considering consulting me, I am only partially employed and am looking for that kind of employment, even being consulted without pay would be a CV boost at this point. I could care less how many people make it for themselves or other groups in their backyards, as long as they aren't selling the idea or trying to one-up me. Perhaps I should consider a different license attribute and just write in plain text what I mean by it? How does everyone else network to get people to vote for their entries? When your instructable is complicated, how do you shorten it enough to make sure people of all levels can understand? Do a few cellphone pictures in an instructable of many photos ruin it (I don't always have a camera on hand and until super recently I didn't have an SLR as mine was stolen in Peru - I had to borrow one for some of my photos)? Not as many people seem to like my most complicated instructable, so I wonder if length or complexity factors in... Do you think length factors into contest decisions? Because my next project is also long, as unique ideas often are. And I don't want to skip describing details and just say "put the capacitor in" or "build a rectifier circuit" when, since I started building circuits this Fall (partially thanks to instructables), I would have wanted to know details like to bend legs of a capacitor if I was following an instructable, and I was super confused by an instructable (a featured one at that) that said simply "build a rectifier circuit". Sigh, I guess I am just bitter that I won't get one of those awesome tshirts. should I post the next idea on instructables once it is completed or not? Or are ideas like that generally not appreciated in this community? (hint: it is similar to the light up swing powered by a bicycle dynamo I posted, but implements another piece of playground equipment instead). Perhaps I should just keep them to myself until I've built them beyond working prototypes? Sorry for all the questions and being a Debbie Downer, I am just reflecting on what could have factored into my entry not having been selected as one of the top 25. I was pretty sure it was at least in the top 10 or so. If I am going to improve on future projects, I want to know what I should consider focusing on, and if complex projects don't really belong here (or if others have good ideas on how to shorten them). Thanks all.
Topic by danja.mewes | last reply
Due to the success of the first "I Made It" Challenge, We are bring it back for the rest of July! For the rest of the month of july Instructables is giving away a 3 month pro membership to one lucky user who has made the project described in an Instructable, and posted a photo of their version in the comments or someone who has posted a slideshow of their version of an Instructable. Why? Because authors love to see their creations given new life! There's nothing better than seeing how someone else followed your Instructable and made something awesome. And if you try out a project, this is a great way to share what worked for you, and what work-arounds or changes you made. Instructables is all about sharing your knowledge, so we'd like to reward you for taking the extra effort to show everyone what you've done. How do I win? It's easy - we randomly pick one winner each day from "I Made It" comments left on original Instructables or slideshows posted around the site. Have you already posted your version of an Instructable in comments or in a slideshow? Have you seen some really great examples someone else has posted? Link it here to be sure we've got it on our list! The challenge starts on June 1, so if you haven't already left an "I Made It!" comment or posted a slideshow, you've got more than a full month to make something from the site. Linking to your version here isn't necessary, but means we won't accidentally miss it. I'll randomly pick one winner each day, and post the link here for you to check out. If you win, we'll send your coupon via PM within a couple of days! WINNERS: July 14th: PHOBoS For Mad Scientist Light July 15th: yokozuna for Emergency Vehicle Escape July 16th: zurichko for Ice Cream Sandwich Recipe July 17th: HeyJD for Lego USB Stick July 18th: Joe Castrianni for Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder July 19th: kcls for Cake Pops July 20th: Kiteman for Paracord Glasses Lanyard July 21st: BritttLiv for 8/16 bit sculptures July 22nd: Goesto11 for Wood Projects with out nails... July 23rd: nightarya for Build a Pair of Stereo Speakers July 24th: isavendetta for TShirt to Sexy Top July 25th: alittlestranger for How to tie die and old white shirt July 26th: chanceoc for Zombie Makeup July 27th: kazzamacd for 3d Dinosaur Cake July 28th: IncredibleWeirdo for Munny Speakers July 29th: NostalgicStone for Munny Speakers July 30th: signposts for Keyboard Wallet July 31st: Bionerd for Led Throwie Rat
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Yesterday we looked at the Top 50 commenters for 2008 and today we'll be looking at the numbers for the top 50 Instructables of 2008. Since there's no one way of declaring a list of Instructables, we created three top 50 lists. These cover Instructables in order of rating, pageviews, and comments. Instructables on these lists were all published in 2008.Let's go to the graphs and charts!Top 50 Instructables: Pageviews Instructable Views 1 Body-Mod: Elf Ears 347738 2 Use your laptop as an Xbox/Xbox 360 "Wireless Adapter" on Windows XP/Vista, and Mac OSX 220780 3 Fix the Red Ring of Death! (without towels!) 177285 4 Laser cutter, start slicing stuff for under 50 dollars 159647 5 Run Backups on any Wii Without a Modchip 159408 6 How to build a 72Volt electric motorcycle 159261 7 How to make out 145713 8 Inverted Bookshelf 137198 9 Munny Speakers 124736 10 Awesome led cube 118293 11 Firefox Pranks! 117449 12 How to make an Iron Man Arc Reactor 116481 13 How to French Kiss 115958 14 How To: Make Bath Bombs 108287 15 Gift Ideas 107914 16 DIY USB "Hard Drive" 96588 17 Safely Shaving Your Pubic Hair 96144 18 WinXP Overhaul Guide: How to make it look like Vista, run like lightning, and stay productive, fast & smooth 94980 19 Laser Tattoo 94705 20 DIY Vinyl Wall Art 92752 21 How to refill a "disposable" Brita brand water pitcher filter with activated carbon. 89724 22 Make your own Roll-Up Keyboard 89558 23 Hidden USB Storage 86430 24 how to add EL wire to a coat or other garment 84340 25 Build a 60 Watt Solar Panel 82286 26 Grow a square watermelon 82275 27 LeGummies brick shaped gummy candies 81368 28 USB 80875 29 How to remove most of the seeds when cutting up a watermelon 80822 30 How to Make a TRON Style Lamp: The MADYLIGHT 80281 31 LED Cube 4x4x4 78936 32 Covert Spy Sunglasses 78633 33 Build a water mortar 77090 34 Super Nightvision Headset Hack! 76634 35 A better laptop stand for bed 76101 36 Amazing plasma globe tricks that you never knew before!!! 74842 37 How to get a Free Itunes Account (No Credit Card Needed) 74490 38 Make an iPod Video Projector 74026 39 Homemade Gifts 73478 40 Lasers 73242 41 Remote shutter trigger for Digital Cameras 72911 42 Ergonomic Laptop Stand Made From a Coat Hanger 72321 43 MAKE A HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY IN 5 MINUTES 71744 44 Protect Your Home with Laserbeams! 71387 45 Iron Man Helmet 71358 46 Get Big Money for Dead Batteries 70261 47 How to Put on a Condom 69805 48 How to make an Iron Man Mask 69617 49 How to build a 96-Volt Electric Motorcycle 68924 50 Nintendo Lunchbox 68164 Top 50 Instructables: Ratings Instructable Rating 1 Build A Plasma Speaker 4.64 2 Build A Net Gun 4.62 3 Wall-E Robot 4.60 4 Sew your own Instructables Robot Plushie! 4.60 5 How to Make a Portable Game System 4.54 6 Build Your Own Butler Robot!!! - Tutorial,Photos, and Video 4.54 7 Electromagnetic Floater 4.52 8 LED Cube 4x4x4 4.50 9 LeGummies brick shaped gummy candies 4.49 10 DIY Vinyl Wall Art 4.49 11 5-minute Chocolate Cake 4.48 12 When a Phillips is not a Phillips! 4.48 13 Airgun with eXplosive air-Release Valve 4.47 14 How to Build a Robot - The BeetleBot v2 ( Revisited ) 4.45 15 How to Start a Business 4.45 16 Gandhi: 17' Tall Cardboard Avatar 4.44 17 turn signal biking jacket 4.44 18 Hidden USB Storage 4.44 19 Cyber/Steampunk Futuresque Sci-Fi Hand Gun 4.43 20 LED Chess Set 4.41 21 Build your own Electric Car! 4.41 22 LCS-1M - A Full-Featured, Low-Cost Hobby Oscilloscope 4.40 23 Build a World's Smallest Electronic Shocker! 4.39 24 Lego USB Stick 4.38 25 MAKE A PILLAR WITH A DECORATIVE CAPITOL AND BASE 4.38 26 EGG FLOWER VASE 4.38 27 Aliens Powerloader Halloween Costume 4.38 28 Munny Speakers 4.37 29 Giant 100mm LED 4.37 30 Coilgun Handgun 4.37 31 How to Thank Instructables 4.36 32 Guitar Tube Amp 4.36 33 How to get a Tshirt for GoodHart 4.34 34 Creepy Cobweb Shooter! 4.34 35 Grow Your Own Bioluminescent Algae 4.32 36 How to make a Portal Gun 4.31 37 how to add EL wire to a coat or other garment 4.30 38 Duct Tape Messenger Bag + Hardware 4.30 39 Firearm Safety: The "do's" and "don'ts" of enjoying guns safely. 4.29 40 The Stirling Engine, absorb energy from candles, coffee, and more! 4.29 41 Recycle Old Light Bulb 4.28 42 USB Batman Spotlight 4.28 43 Coffee table upgrade! 4.27 44 Steampunk Dystopian Sniper Rifle (Mercury Bow) 4.27 45 Building Small Robots: Making One Cubic Inch Micro-Sumo Robots and Smaller 4.27 46 How to grow flowers on a military base in Iraq 4.26 47 How to make your own LED lightbulbs 4.26 48 Iron Man Helmet 4.25 49 Cardboard/Fiberglass Halo 3 inspired Master Chief Costume 4.25 50 Build Halo Armor 4.25 Top 50 Instructables: Comments Instructable Comments 1 Build a World's Smallest Electronic Shocker! 812 2 Knex Heavy Cannon 645 3 Awesome led cube 637 4 Simple Xbox 360 Rapid Fire Mod 591 5 Build A Plasma Speaker 494 6 DD-27 V2.75 compact AST rifle 454 7 WinXP Overhaul Guide: How to make it look like Vista, run like lightning, and stay productive, fast & smooth 453 8 The accidental pocket jet engine... 427 9 Scavenge free electronics, food, and help the environment 400 10 How to make your PSP "Better" or how to have more fun on a Sony PSP 379 11 Laser Tattoo 376 12 Amazing plasma globe tricks that you never knew before!!! 376 13 DSman195276's sidearm --updated-- v1.5 is here! 371 14 MAKE A HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY IN 5 MINUTES 363 15 Wall-E Robot 352 16 Knex Heavy Cannon v5 - Handheld 342 17 Fix the Red Ring of Death! (without towels!) 341 18 How to Build a Time Machine (Vortex Distortion Space and Time Dilating Device) 340 19 Knex Heavy Cannon v2 - Mini 339 20 How to get a Tshirt for GoodHart 338 21 Run Backups on any Wii Without a Modchip 336 22 Make A Water Leyden Jar 331 23 Park 52 knex sniper 327 24 Build a simple Marx Generator 323 25 Knex Guinea Pig Trap 318 26 TRUELY semi-auto knex gun 315 27 L96 308 28 How to Build a Knife 307 29 Pineapplebob's Sniper Rifle 306 30 True Trigger, 10 Round, Auto-Loading, Knex Concept Rifle 299 31 Fire Shaving 290 32 DJ Radio's knex SPEC-9 sniper rifle 285 33 How to UPGRADE from Vista to Windows XP on an Acer laptop 283 34 How to dodge a draft 279 35 Protect Your Home with Laserbeams! 279 36 Hidden USB Storage 277 37 Knex Compact AST Pistol 276 38 Cyber/Steampunk Futuresque Sci-Fi Hand Gun 276 39 Steampunk Dystopian Sniper Rifle (Mercury Bow) 275 40 Pocket sized survival kit 274 41 Knex Pistol "TDS" With Simple Slide Action *Updated as of 8/26/08* 271 42 Use your laptop as an Xbox/Xbox 360 "Wireless Adapter" on Windows XP/Vista, and Mac OSX 269 43 Body-Mod: Elf Ears 266 44 Knex M4 Carbine (True Trigger) 257 45 How to make a Portal Gun 255 46 DSman195276's sniper rifle 254 47 Reaper Crossbow 254 48 fully automatic knex gun (UPDATED) 252 49 Build your own computer 252 50 LeGummies brick shaped gummy candies 252
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