Cross section Cross section of a Pythagorean cup. A Pythagorean cup (also known as a Pythagoras cup , a Greedy Cup or a Tantalus cup ) is a form of drinking cup which forces its user to imbibe only in moderation.
Explore our growing cookbook of DIY projects for the workshop, kitchen , garage, and backyard. Learn new skills, find family fun , build a robot or a rocket . Get started in electronics and use new platforms like Raspberry Pi and Arduino to power your inventions. Get inspired and start making something today. Welcome to the new Make: Projects!
You'll need paracord, or equivalent 1/8" diameter cord, a tape measure or ruler, scissors, side release buckle, and a lighter(torch lighter works best).
Thorunn Arnadottir is a London-based designer originally from Iceland.
Fog is a cloud, like you see in the sky, only one that forms on the ground. Humans create clouds of fog the same way clouds in the sky form. There are many different types of fog, depending on how and where they form, but they all are made in the same way: hot water vapor passing over cool air produces condensation around nuclei in the air, and it is those tiny droplets that are called fog.
Marc Johns’ drawings have been exhibited in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Athens, and elsewhere.
Today you get two Chocolate Muffin ideas for the price of one!!! I have a post today featured on that is part of their Summer Staycation Series of activities to do with kids! My post featured on is titled .
Last week I did a posting of Spin Art Without The Spinner and we ended up with some really lovely circular paintings as you can see below! Be sure to check out my post about making Spin Art Without The Spinner here .
Ever since we did our Tissue Paper Mache Eggs from a previous post I've been toying with this idea and have finally completed it.
This weekend we were doing bubble activities galore: playing and printing with bubbles. Cassie enjoyed both.
I did a posting called Magnificent Magna Tiles when I first began my blog, but not many people have probably read it because I had few followers back then! If you want to check it out the post it is here and you can view some of the structures we have built with Magna Tiles! Magna Tiles are one of our all time favorite toys!
In 1817, David Brewster patented the kaleidoscope, which uses mirrors and shiny objects to repeatedly reflect rays of light and create artistic imagery. Brewster intended on using it as a scientific tool to highlight these properties of light. Instead, the kaleidoscope took off as a classic toy, dazzling children for more than 100 years.
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Latte Art is a trend that has become popular several years ago.