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Low-Tech Moving Eyes Portrait (Rembrandt)
Cheesy Leftover Mashed Potato Cups
Lesson 2: Drawing Technique
Chasing and Repousse Metal Art
Making a Set of Chasing Tools
Skeletons Climbing Your House's Walls
Center Finder Jig or Marker
10 Woodworking Tricks the Pros Use
Shiratama Eyeball Drinks!
Homemade Mini Bend Brake
Vice Soft Jaws - Cheap and Easy
Robotic Bead Sorting
Drywall Repair the Old School Way
Basic Net Wire Wrap
This is beautiful! I don't see it in your description, but it looks like there's a step that tightens the wires and adds an interesting zigzag effect. Did you use the tips of your pliers for that?
VW Golf Tiny Roadtrip House
Workbench Storage Upgrade
Easy Spring Rolls
I'm going to try copper plating leaves and I'm not sure what you mean by mixing equal parts of fine copper with the clear-coat. Do I use weight (e.g. 8 ozs of each) or quantity (e.g. 1/2 cup of each)? Thanks for a well-done Instructable.
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My daughter moved into a new office today and she hung the fox family just inside her door! I enjoyed the process of making these (starting with the nose) and they came out great, though it did take patience! I reduced the pattern in order to print the two smaller ones. I used scrapbooking card stock because the colors are endless and they don't bend with all of the manipulation. Thanks!!
How to Make a Garden Gate
Making a Simple Bezel Set Ring
How to Distill Water in the Kitchen
Electroform / Multi Use Power Source
Electroforming an Iris Seed Pod
I want one! Voted, favorited, making my sauna shopping list!! It's awesome when you can get the very same results for a small investment. Bravo.
Printing With Nature's Amazing 'Colour Bug'
I think you meant, "at least not too warm so the beeswax doesn't melt." Right?
Colored Light Umbrella
The Astronomy Clock
Frame Free Glue Mounted Watercolour Painting
How to CORRECTLY Solder a Copper Pipe
Laptop Compubody Sock
DIY Outdoor EMT Wind Chimes
No Churn Ice Cream Recipe
Homemade Ranch Dressing
DIY Doggie Septic System With Natural Starter
How to Make a Pouch
Hybrid Wood IPhone Amplifier Speaker
Hi Diego - So classy! My daughter loves foxes and she has 2 children, so I'm making a fox family: 2 regular size and 1 that's printed at 125%. I'm ready to begin gluing but I want to know if I should begin with number 1 and proceed through the highest number - or just randomly start with the smallest pieces? Thanks.
Faux Stained Glass Necklace
Casting a Rose With a Fish
How to Burn & Stain Wood Aka Shou Sugi Ban
Toilet Cleaning Bombs
How to Make Flower Water at Home
Homemade Cleaning Putty
Ultimate Mother's Day Gift
Sleep Reader Headband
Paper Mould and Deckle
Making Paper From Pajamas
Easy Ink Art for Everyone
Portable Camping and Surfing Shower
Crochet a Cotton Basket
THE $10 RETRACTABLE WINDSHIELD CLEANER
My older (5+ years) Samsung TV has a setting for volume control which was great until I got Amazon Fire TV. When I switch between antenna and Fire TV, I usually have to adjust the volume, sometimes by a LOT. This seems like a good solution but it's been decades since I took an electronics course. I think it's time to update my skills and give this project a try. Thanks for providing so much detail - a great starting point.
Hi - When you describe making a 2-color gaiter, you said that you used a 20x20 square of each color. Did you mean a 10x20 square of each, or is the finished gaiter different in size?
Easy to Sew Fleece Hood
Magnetic Hex Extension Keyring
How to Start a Handmade Business
Starting a Handmade Business
10 Degree Kitchen Drawer Fix
Binding a Journal From an Old Book
How to Make a Fire Bowl
DIY Owl Piñata
Shoe Makeover With Fabric Glue
Great, clear instructions - thanks! I don't see what type of glue you used where you finished the end of a braid that will show. Once I hemmed a leather skirt and found that rubber cement was the best option. What do you use?
Making Braided Leather
Internet of Things Class
In researching CO2 or 'dry ice' for a project I learned that the pellet form can be used as a substitute for sand in sandblasting. It sublimates and leaves nothing of itself to clean up. I'm interested to see if the HF tool will work with or can be tweaked to work with 1/8" pellets, available from dry ice suppliers. Follow warnings for skin protection and inhalation of vapors.
Leather Mystery Braid Cuff
Hard Drive Sander
6 Summer Science Projects for Kids
Homemade Fruit Leather
DIY LED Spinner
5 Minute Homemade Soap
How to Make a Weighted Blanket
Design Sketching Class
Exploding Sun Lamp Design
Car Back-up Camera Sun Shade
Just curious - What other use did you find for these scissors?
Portable Benchtop Spring Pole Lathe
Simple Signet Ring
DIY Jigsaw Lamp
How to Photograph the MOON
Make an Egg-xtraordinary Copper Wire & Faux Granite Egg
Easy Nutella Brownies Only 3 Ingredients!
Wearable Electronics Class
Paper Mache Class
Raspberry Pi Class