• SHOP
  • GEAR
  • HOME
  • STYLE
  • BODY
  • CAR
  • PIC
  • Make Your Own Cookie Monster Skin Rug

    Array

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY
    This is the Instructable for making your own Cookie Monster skin rug.  It basically involves finding blue fur fabric, cutting it out into the shape of a skinned Cookie Monster, then attaching some eyeballs. Pretty simple.
    + More >>

    Homemade Mini BB-8 Droid

    Gear  |  DIY
    Industrial designer Christian Poulsen  has  made a mini BB-8 Droid used a magnet and  modified Sphero robot ball. After cutting the toy up, painting it and adding an internal magnet to hold up BB-8's head, he had himself an adorable droid. His BB-8 is controlled via Bluetooth with the Sphero mobile app. If you're willing to get your hands dirty, you can follow Poulsen's step-by-step guide and build your own.
    + More >>

    Candy-Colored Homemade Mini Pop-Tart Cereal

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY
    Caitlin Lee of Public Lives creates a  recipe for candy-colored homemade mini Pop-Tart cereal. Secret Recipes Instagram photo stream.
    + More >>

    How To Build A Safe With LEGOs

    Gear  |  DIY
    How to take your left-over legos and turn them into a secret, hidden, magnetized safe.
    In this project we will show you how to take those old Legos you have laying around and turn them into something unique and useful! We will be creating a hidden drawer inside a lego block that will not draw suspicion. By attaching some magnets to our final project we can create a safe only accessible if you know where the internal magnet is.

    How to Make Colorful Galaxy Easter Eggs

    Array

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY
    A  tutorial on how to make galaxy Easter eggs, Allison Murray of Dream a Little Bigger.
    + More >>

    Built the Iron Throne out of Carrots for rabbit

    Gear  |  DIY
    Man builds a 'Game of Thrones' - style iron throne out of carrots and cardboard for his rabbit.

    How To Make An Impressive ‘24 Carrot’ Gold Cake

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY


    A cool  24 “carrot” cake made by   Paige Russell, uses 24 baby carrots to make the cake. The video shows the entire step-by-step process of making the cake, creating the icing and fondant, to decorating it with 25 sheets of edible gold leaves.
    + More >>

    Here’s how to make your very own Apple Watch out of Lego

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY
    Made by LEGO builder Chris McVeigh. His fans liked the model so he made a building guide for it. After more see how to made it.
    + More >>

    How to make a smartphone microscope

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY
    Kenji Yoshino of MAKE shows you how to make a powerful microscope from "the focus lens from a cheap laser pointer or two, and about $10 worth of materials from the hardware store."
    + More >>

    World's simplest electric train

    Gear  |  DIY
    This is a video of a simple electric train made out of a length of copper wire, several neodymium magnets, and a AA-battery.
    + More >>

    Awesome R2-D2 Dresser

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY
    It’s a simple dresser painted to look kind of like R2-D2. imgur user zombiecontroller made this cool astromech droi  for his kid, one Conan.
    + More >>

    How to Use Chopsticks

    Gear  |  DIY
    Simple trick to make using chopsticks easier. Perfect if you struggle to eat food with chopsticks. Clever hack to make life easier and all you need is a rubber band and a strip of paper.

    How to Make Mickey Mouse Pancakes

    Gear  |  DIY
    Simple recipe and tutorial to make these fun pancakes.

    Making a Pac-Man clock

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY


    Making Stuff  built this clock showing Pac-Man chasing his undead enemies. This time-lapse video shows the construction process from start to finish. It's run with an Arduino-compatible controller and a servo mounted in a 3D printed bracket. He is clearly a skilled wood worker as evidenced in the build video above.
    + More >>

    DIY Millennium Falcon drone

    Array
    Gear  |  DIY


    This special drone you see above is the creation of a redittor by the name Olivier-FR. He combined a quadcopter with an aluminum and carbon frame to create a badass flying machine. He detailed his build step by step so that any enterprising Star Wars fan can attempt to build his own.
    + More >>