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cubeprank3If there’s a holiday better suited to creative, homemade projects than April Fools’ Day, we don’t know what it is. And while we’ve collected a few over the years (see below) the potential for DIY mischief making is limitless. So send us more (to [email protected]) and we’ll publish the best of them on April 1 — no fooling.

Some of our favorites:

Nathan Hurst

Nathan Hurst

Nathan Hurst is an editor at Make. He loves anything having to do with science or bicycling. He tweets as @nathanbhurst.