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When you’re on the hunt for a quick & easy paper craft for the kids to tackle, it doesn’t get much better than Mr Printables. The freshly redesigned …

Homemade Holiday Lollipops

Shares 0<p>Help the kids make festive holiday lollipops this year. Bundle them together as a gift or use a single lollipop as a gift topper. Adult …

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How to Make an Apple Swan

Here’s a sweet looking craft! Instructables member The King of Random made a <b>swan sculpture</b> from apple slices. The whole thing is both beautiful and …

Winter Camping Gear | WIRED

This camp cooker loves all manner of combustibles. You can cook with cold-­weather-­friendly liquid fuel during the winter and enjoy the convenience …

This List Contains Everything You Need to Host the Perfect Party

Planning on a big or small get-together soon? Then you need to get your place in order and gather all the supplies that make for an entertaining …

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How-To: Easy Necklace That Can Be Worn in 3 Ways

When it comes to jewelry, it doesn’t get much better that a piece that can pull triple duty. Stephanie from Henry Happened called her design “the most versatile necklace ever”, and I’m definitely feeling the love. (And the blue/green color combination!)<p>Two necklaces and a bracelet in one easily …

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Throwback DIY: How to Make a Scrunchie

The ultimate hair accessory of the 80s and 90s is back: DIY-style. Now you can easily sew your way to a totally rad ‘do.<p>WHAT YOU’LL NEED<p>Read More<p>fabric 10 x 50cm<br>• elastic cord 15 – 20cm<br>• Safety Pin<p><b>Ready to make?</b> Find out how on Small Good Things

Kilby goes for a roll

<b>Materials:</b> Kilby bookcase, casters, scrap from fridge cover panels<p><b>Description:</b> I had a 10 inch gap between my fridge and the wall. My older house …

DIY: Mosaic Ornaments from CDs + Video Tutorial

I've been itching to make holiday crafts all year and I'm so excited to share my first one. For this week's DIY project, I'm making some sparkly …

How To Turn A Beer Can Into The Only Camping Stove You'll Ever Need

You can whip one of these up in a matter of minutes. They’re so easy to make and they work really well. First find yourself some scissors and a …

30 DIY Sharpie Projects You Have to Try

You’re about to be drawn into the world of everyone’s favorite permanent marker: Sharpies! And what’s not to love about ‘em? From the variety of bold bright colors to the nearly hundreds of ways to use them to make your world a more wonderful place, Sharpies are the go-to instrument for upgrading …

How to Make a Functional Cell Phone From Scratch

Software developer David Mellis demonstrates how to make a functional cell phone from scratch in this Instructables article. The DIY cell phone is …

DIY: Friendship Bracelet chevron rug

You know how friendship bracelets are totally back? Well, I can’t quite bring myself to get into it after 15 years but I love the bright colors, the …

Most Popular DIY Projects of 2013

We cover a ton of DIY projects here on Lifehacker and they're easy to miss or forget about unless you're working on a project right then and there. …

Make An LED Holiday Light Out Of Pennies

And a lemon, and some other stuff. But mostly pennies.<p>Skip the tangled strings of holiday lights this year and go wireless using a few copper-coated cents. U.S. pennies minted since 1982 conceal a zinc core. If exposed to acid, the zinc dissolves and frees electrons for use in a circuit. The …

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How to Say ‘Merry Christmas’ in 24 Languages, Including Klingon

In their latest video, <i>Mashable</i> shows us how to say “Merry Christmas” in 24 different languages. They even included the language of Klingon, a …

How to Open Shaken Soda Without Making a Mess Using the ‘Soda Ninja Swipe’

Grant Thompson, a.k.a. “The King of Random,” demonstrates how to open a shaken bottle of soda without making a mess using the “Soda Ninja Swipe.” If …

Homemade Bath Crayons - For A Fun and Natural Bath Time

<b>Splish splash, I was takin’ a bath…</b><p>But I was bored and wanted something to draw with. So I dripped water all over the floor and reached for the …

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DIY You + Me Pennant Pillow

Cut + Fold Paper Stars

Build Your Own Photo Booth

Plus! A 1932 DIY pocket camera from the pages of Popular Science"<p>NOW: INSTAGRAM PHOTO BOOTH<p>Alexander Morris lugged a camera around everywhere during high school, making him the unofficial class photographer. Even after he graduated last year, his alma mater in Antrim, Northern Ireland, asked him to …

Escape from Life into a Private Movie Theater - Technabob

Life getting to be too much for you? Get away from everyone and everything by escaping into this DIY personal movie theater. It’s like a trip to the …

DIY Dinosaur Soap

Whether you have kids or not, dinosaur soap making sounds like a blast and renders a rad result. Try it out with this tutorial from Artchoo.

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Zipper Book Clutch | See Kate Sew

<b>Zipper Book Clutch</b> | <i>See Kate Sew</i><p>I’m loving on this amazing sewing project! What a cool way to upcycle an old and loved book (or a vintage book with a cool spine!). And to my pleasure, this project does not involve any sewing! That’s right, no sewing, just some glueing with some super strong E6000. Just make sure you use that glue in a well ventilated area to avoid headaches!

App developers see wearable devices as next big thing

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Wearable computers like Google Glass and the Samsung Galaxy Gear watch may not have caught fire yet, but that hasn’t stopped mobile game developers from rushing to create apps for the new devices, eager to seize what they hope is the next big moment in consumer …