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Dorodango - the Art of Polishing Dirt!
Wood-turned Rocket Lamp
Painted Space Shorts
Laksa Malaysian Soup (Vegetarian/Vegan)
Fantastic idea, beautifil work. I have the Haptic Lab pattern and thanks to you will be using glow thread when I eventually get around to using it!
DIY Fabric Sewing Machine! | Fun Stuffed Toy Sewing Project
How to Make Batik Art Using a Glue Stick
Treats for Our Beagles
Sweet Potato and Blueberry Doughnut (Baked, Not Fried)
Classy Chocolate Cake Pops
Turtle Shell Inspired Coasters
Campfire Cinnamon Buns on a Stick
The Iconic South African "Braai Broodjies"
Cinnamon Stack Loaf
72-hour Cheesy Garlic Loaf
Crochet Your Very Own Instructables Robot
Courgette and Fennel Soup
Cactus Christmas Tree
Make a Paper/Card Lantern
2020 Dumpster Fire Ornament
Pencil Eraser Popsicle Plane
Easy No-Sew Cactus Costume
Simple Flying Toilet Paper Ghost Decoration
Pumpkin Caramel Corn
As soon as I saw this I knew I had to make one for my best friend. She lives about 600 miles away so I had her measure her e-reader, I found a book I had with the same dimensions, and now just have to get it in the mail to her. Thanks for this terrific 'ible, ellygibson!
Wire Wrapped Stone Pendants
MakeIt Clearly Heard Mask
Cozy Reversible Hooded Capelet
37+ Unusual Uses for Lonely Socks
One-Pot Tomato Soup
Cross Back Apron From Recycled Tablecloth
Tablet Holder Pillow
Thanks for posting this -- it showed up while I was getting a lot of oranges and tangerines so I saved the peels until I had a good amount and have just finished letting the infusion sit for two weeks. It produced a cup-and-a-half which I put in an empty Trader Joe's cleaner spray bottle and then added an equal amount of water. Personally I love the vinegary citrusy aroma and look forward to using it! Question: do you know if this will work on windows the same way plain vinegar does, or will the citrus oils be an issue?
Upcycled Globe Lamp
Moon Photography Guide for Beginners (using an Entry-level Camera and Kit Lens)
DIY Fibre Leaf Bowls
Cardboard Mini Storage
Fixing Moldy Caulking in the Bathroom
Make Many Fabric Masks at Home
DIY Resin Ocean Serving Tray
Easy Best Fit Mask
Sea Life Triptych
Crochet Mini Baby Yoda
Simple Substitutions Guide for Baking
Retread Running Shoes With Upcycled Bike Tire
DIY Sewing Machine Cover From an Old Pillowcase | Fun Recycling Project
DIY Cardboard Pirate Ship
Parmesan Roasted Carrots With Garlic
Miniature Polymer Birthday Cake
Fake Fordite Paper Ring
Simple Lavender Gnome
Yes, that was my introduction to mochi, too, and would also love to find out if it's still available!
Thanks for a(nother) sweetheart of a papercraft, instructables, please keep‘em coming! PS: Hearts galore to everyone who's personalized their cubots -- so much imagination and creativity from makers of all ages!!
A sweetheart of a papercraft – thanks, instructables, keep‘em coming! PS: Hearts galore to all thosemaking such wonderfully imaginative and creative versions!
Mini Digital Library Bookcase
Saturn V Lamp
How to Burn & Stain Wood Aka Shou Sugi Ban
Fix Up an Old Laptop!
A great new addition to the other paper ornaments decorating the outside of my office workspace this year -- hope to have a couple more finished before the holidays are over!
A great addition to the other paper ornaments decorating the outside of my workspace this year!
If you can get Hachiya persimmons where you are then you can skip the cooking step to create the puree. Hachiyas need to be very ripe, even over-ripe, to bring out their sweetness, and at that stage you can pretty much squish them out of their skins and go at them with the hand blender, just wait for them to get super soft, even to the point where they are starting to lose their shape. They're distinguishable from the other types of persimmons by their elongated, somewhat acorn like shape as you can see in the attached picture (and yes, the one with the darkly blemished skin is perfectly good to eat).
DIY Terrarium/Aquascaping /diorama
Young Frankenbot was warmly welcomed by denizens of the Haunted Mansion's Gravedigger's domain. (PS - Thanks for this fun little project; don't know how I missed out on last year's Vampbot but I expect he'll be swooping onto the scene in the near future!)
For those confused about the ingredient "Ground Cinnamon Cream Cheese" (as I was ), the cream cheese part is there by mistake; it should just be "2-1/2 T Ground Cinnamon". If you look at the recipe in her description on the video's YouTube page it's listed correctly.That being said, based on photos so enticing I can practically taste the final results just by looking at the pictures, 2-1/2 tablespoons looks like the right amount as most cinnamon rolls don't have enough of their namesake for me! Thanks for a well-detailed and illustrated Instructable, I'm looking forward to giving these a try.
Delish! Didn't use marshmallows and while my chips got nice and soft they never lost their shape (reminding me why, though they're very tasty, I stopped using them in some of my baking endeavors), even after 20 minutes in the toaster oven (at which point the banana juices were running out of the bottom of the skin), but the overall effect was a smooth and choclatey-peanut buttery-banana-y delight (with just hint of crunch from the crunchy PB)! Next time I think I'll try topping it with some dollops of yogurt. Thanks for the great idea!