Month: October 2014

Mark Peeters’ Drooloop 3D Flowers and Jellyfish

3D printing is a lot of things to a lot of people. For some it is utilitarian, others it is an expression of art. Even though we see such a wide variation in the objects that are printed from these machines, they all tend to fall in the same category of layers stacked on layers […]

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How-To: Toddler Boots

Keep little toes cozy in cooler temps with this easy-to-follow tutorial for making your own super-cute DIY toddler boots!

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Be The Centaur Of Attention This Halloween

One of the things I enjoy the most is finding creative uses for ordinary things. Rather than looking at something and asking “What is this supposed to be used for?”, I’d rather ask “What COULD this be used for?” About a year ago I got a tandem bicycle. While I certainly enjoyed riding around with […]

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How To: Constellation Pumpkins

How To: Constellation Pumpkins

It might be a tad late to include these awesome DIY constellation pumpkins in this year’s Halloween celebration, but I thought you might want to file the idea away for next year!

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Replace Your Car’s Clock with an On Board Diagnostics Display

If you’re a car lover, or simply someone who is bothered by not knowing what’s going on in your “machine” at all times, you might be interested in having a customizable diagnostics display. If so, you would probably like it to look as close to a stock part as possible. Instructables user JustinN1 decided to […]

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