How to Make Rubberband Stars.

About: OFWGKTADGAF

This is my entry into the "Forbes teach me fast" contest" on instructables. I made a similar video some time back, but I took it down because the video was not accepted due to a technicality. I made this revised video which also has better quality and does it the way Fungus wants it done.

I learned this little trick from my cousin a few years ago, and thought this would be an awesome entry for the contest.

Credits:
My cousin for teaching me this trick
Instructables for the contest
My parents for buying me the camera and giving me permission to film in their bedroom (again).

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    DJ RadioPlo Koon

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Youtube didn't really like raw AVI files, and it sped up the video on its own. This video is entirely unedited.

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    MAANNIK

    9 years ago on Introduction

    very,very,very,very,very,very,very,very,very,very fast.but you tried us to fool in 0:04 by making it overlaped AND can you make the star in a star and a hexagon?NO,yea i can

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    DJ RadioMAANNIK

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    What the hell was that about? I am not trying to fool anyone at that time. I never sped up the video, youtube mucked it up. Nobody cares if you can make a hexagon or whatever the hell you were trying to do. Quit spewing BS on my video. Seriously, I can't understand anything you say.

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    Lowney

    9 years ago on Introduction

    It's quite tricky but now I've cracked it it's really good. At least it was until my friend showed me his version: A star within a star! Still, it's a cool little thing :)

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    LowneyDJ Radio

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Oh then I must have meant a star within a star within a star. I'm not too sure if it was 2 bands though...