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By Mythbuster425 | As of February 14, I am putting this magazine on hold until March 14. Thank you for your understanding.
If you enjoy my work then Please consider going and donating a small amount of money to me to help fund an open source tablet I'm working on for a …Arduino
If James Taylor ruled the world, all we’d have to do is call and a BFF would appear on our doorstep. In reality, friendships are among the trickiest relationships out there. As hard as it may be to find romantic love, it’s arguably more difficult to pick a new pal we really hit it off with and keep …Relationships
Understand that life is not a straight line. Life is not a set timeline of milestones. It is okay if you don’t finish school, get married, find a job …Bank Accounts
What? Really? Cut glass under water? With scissors…check out the video showing a woman cutting a circle out of glass with scissors, under water. Hard …Scissors
Give an old piece of jewelry a sweet new makeover with this hand-stitched embroidered heart locket tutorial from Sarah and Nick at The Surznick Common Room.
This would be a fantastic project for thrift store finds and fun old costume jewelry pieces!
Ready to give it a try? Click here to see how it’s …How-To's
Now that it’s been 20 years since Windows 95 came out, make your longtime PC-loving friend a birthday card that illustrates their advanced age by referencing that ancient operating system with this diabolically clever DIY animated loading message birthday card tutorial by Instructables member …DIY
Turn your leftover nutshells into festive little pieces of home decor with this clever nutshell tea lights tutorial from One O. These look like a great way to use up some materials that would otherwise be thrown out as part of a centerpiece or floated in water.
[via dollar store crafts]
May 28, 2014 /
Written by Danielle Walsh
It’s pie season. Okay, fine—any season is pie season. Whether you’re making a stone-fruit pie in the summer or an apple pie in the fall, this crowd-pleasing dessert deserves to be treated right. That’s why we asked senior food editor Dawn Perry and assistant …Recipes
With wrapping season well underway, you're going to need all the help you can get. Check out these tricks and shortcuts to make your presents look …Cool Stuff
Feeling festive? Bring some unexpected holiday cheer to one of your wardrobe staples with this Christmas light leggings tutorial from Kelly at Studio DIY!
Kelly made these leggings using an electronic cutter, but you could certainly cut similar shapes by hand.
Ready to give it a try? Click here to …Christmas
If you’ve ever admired a spoon ring and wondered about making them yourself, you’re in luck! Caitlin from The Merrythought will walk you through the whole process—from pretty spoon to stylish piece of DIY jewelry—in her easy-to-follow spoon ring tutorial.
Like Caitlin, I too have a collection of …Jewelry
December 16, 2014 /
Written by Adam Rapoport
A few weeks back, just after Thanksgiving, Hugh Acheson posted this pot roast photo on his Instagram account. Two thoughts popped in my head: 1) Damn, that looks good. 2) I’m making that.
I love brothy, slow-cooked dishes because they’re rich and fortifying …Recipes
Arduino debugging tool for the beginner and advanced user. All essential electronic components are ready for use LED's, Rs-232, Switches, …
As if an oyster po’boy and a BLT had a baby; this appropriately messy sandwich achieves the ideal texture-and-temperature contrast when the oysters are still warm from the fryer.
Whisk flour, cornmeal, garlic powder, onion powder, and cayenne in a medium bowl; season with salt and pepper. Working in …Bacon
In a classic case of more is more, a beach-ball-size bowl of eggnog turns any house into holiday central.
Combine cashews, hazelnuts, and 4 cups hot water in a blender or a large bowl. Tie up orange zest, cinnamon, star anise, and cloves in a layer of cheesecloth. Lightly crush spices with a wooden …Recipes
Ah, holiday party season! A time for friends, family, and loved ones to gather, sip on something warming by the fire, gaze into each others' eyes and feel the magic glow of good will and cheer.
...or, a time to drive yourself crazy with over-ambitious menu plans, major kitchen disasters, and certain …Chocolate
Let me start this lengthy guide with a very simple, but often overlooked, tip: don't ever serve buttercream—any kind of buttercream—cold. Don't do it! Why? Because cold buttercream is very, very firm, which makes it way less creamy and a whole lot more like you're just eating sweet cold butter. So …Recipes
With the December holidays approaching, retailers are beginning to offer significant discounts off of their products in an attempt to lure shoppers into stores. Walmart has kicked off an ongoing discount on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and MacMall is selling a high-end Retina MacBook Pro for an ultra …
Ali of “With an i.e.” her focuses on style, DIY projects, and the little things that inspire her. She is a wife and a mom and blogs out of …Sweaters
November 16, 2014 /
Written by Rochelle Bilow
Is there any dinner that’s easier to make and more satisfying than pasta and marinara sauce covered in a flurry of shredded Parmesan? We think not. But before you reach for a jar of store-bought, sugar-spiked tomato sauce, consider this: It’s pretty darn …Cooking
Braided rope is a classic piece to use in crafting and has so many options for use. Today we have brought you 7 jewelry designs that you can make …Jewelry
Finishing up some knitted gifts? Make sure that you weave those ends in properly with this thorough tutorial by Jane Richmond for Very Shannon.
Not only does this tutorial show you how to use both invisible and visible methods of weaving in ends, it explains when it makes the most sense to use …Invisible
Looking for a fun, kid-friendly weekend craft? Make some pretty folded paper bangle bracelets with this step-by-step tutorial from Kate Picklebums!
We love our water colour paint sets. I mean, we really love them.I don’t think a week ever goes by when someone doesn’t get out the water colours for a …Painting
December 11, 2014 /
Written by Rochelle Bilow
We’ll admit it: We’re suckers for those tri-flavored giant tins of popcorn. You know the ones: Butter and salt in one section, cheddar cheese dust in the second, and caramel corn in the third. But even better than those tins? A freshly-popped batch of …Popcorn
DiddyBorg is our robust robot kit for the Raspberry Pi. He can be controlled via autonomous software, via a Bluetooth controller such as the PS3 or …Raspberry Pi
No cranny left behind.
1. Make a homework space.
Apply a coat of chalkboard paint to closet walls for a distration-free space. If your child needs help with their homework, use some chalk to work out the problem. Get the tutorial here.
2. Design a kid’s hideout.
Cut a foam mattress pad to fit the size …DIY