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Don’t know what to put on your Christmas list? Got no idea what to get a game designer pal of yours? Let us help, with this bumper collection of gift ideas for gamedevs! A big thanks to Ipsy Kyatric , David Arcila , and Steven Lambert for their suggestions! For Game Designers
Make a mailable slice of cake I have so many friends and family members that always say "I wish you could mail me a birthday cake!" ... well, now I can send them a slice.
It seems like we’re always in the need of more kids activities for restaurants and travel. Shortly after I made Paper City Paris , I wondered what a miniature version would look like. Finally, this week I had the time to try it out.
To turn an African Violet into a pretty gift, snip its leaf into the shape of a heart. Using clean, sharp scissors, remove a leaf with 1 inch of stem from a plant, and shape the leaf. Fill a small pot with fresh potting soil, and poke a hole in the soil with a pencil. Insert 3/4 inch of stem, pack soil firmly around it, and water well. (While rooting, the leaf should be covered with a glass jar or a plastic bag and removed from bright light to keep it moist.) A new plantlet should emerge in 6 to 8 weeks.
It wasn’t so very long ago that I bought two cake pops at Starbucks, and each of them came in a fancy box. The boxes were sturdy and had amazing sliding action, so at the time I thought that I should keep them. I just knew they would come in handy, and sure enough, I made some recycled gift box ornaments out of them. These are perfect for those little tricks – you know, when the gifts are all opened but you still have something small to give. Tell them to pick up that ornament on the tree and look inside! Of course, the gift would have to be small, but there is more room than you think.
Details Product Dimensions: About 14" tall and 11" wide (hand to hand) Shipping Information: IAASA™ Buddies ship anywhere and everywhere!
13 May Not 150% sure when I will use these, but now that I know I have the option to do so, I’m beyond excited!! :)
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!
I’ll never forget the first time I unraveled my first surprise ball. My smile only got bigger and bigger as a glorious pile of brightly colored paper started to form after more and more wonderfully trivial prizes were revealed. By the end, I was left wanting more.
Let's make this awesome little waterless snow globe shall we? It would make a sweet addition to your holiday decor! I found this little streetlamp miniature at the dollar store alongside some train tracks and accessories. I liked this one because it actually lights up! 1.
I spent weeks searching, late into the night, for an easy-to-make Christmas Ornament that amazed me. After many-a-clicks, I finally found instructions to make this beauty!!! It will be one of our Super Saturday crafts and I will show you how to make it. First, if you would like to see the original video tutorial you can find it HERE at Liz's Paper Loft. Materials:
I am very excited to share something special I've been working on... I know how much I love making and receiving handmade gifts (and I'm sure there's some of you out there who do too) so I figured why not create an ultimate collection of ideas!? All items listed below were chosen with a "gift-giving" mindset... So, whether you need a housewarming gift, baby shower idea, birthday or holiday present, you'll be sure to find some inspiration here.
I didn’t start out to write a DIY post. My glitter tape photoshoot was intended to be a glitter texture photoshoot for a future download. But, as it happens, I got sidetracked and I started playing around with the double-sided sticky tape on my desk. One thing led to another and here you go: do-it-yourself glitter tape — messy but fun. While I was making these, I was listening to Django Reinhardt’s version of Stardust Memories — one of my favorite songs. You should listen to the lyrics by Hoagy Carmichael one day.
Try as I might, I cannot seem to grasp even the most basic of feminine beauty rituals. I’m constantly struggling to master rudimentary hair and makeup techniques, and my one-time foray into the “subtle” art of perfume left everyone in the room with burning nostrils. This DIY solid perfume locket from artisanal perfumer Mandy Aftel is something I can definitely stand behind, though.
We're taking a long weekend off here for the Easter break (we're working on a new website with hopes of getting a bit more done with the extra day tucked in there). So we're bidding you farewell early with a few links and this cute little picture tutorial ( see more below ) sent to our e-mail from the folks at Present&Correct . Happy wishes for your Easter and Passover break.