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Crease and glue some decorative paper into festive Christmas Tree ornaments.
Craft & Desig...
You can make this cheap and easy cat scratcher for your furry friend.
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Create robot toys from the cans left over from Thanksgiving. Grab a drill and a turkey sandwich, and get ready to make this great Black Friday project.
Nothing says "Season's Greetings" like a good fractal. Make this pop-up Koch snowflake to send to a friend.
Learn how to build a rig and create a composite photograph that can be selectively lit after it has been taken.
Makeup & Cost...
You can make an easy wooden ring with your drill press.
Working with hot glass, also known as lampworking, is an easy way to get started making small-scale glass art.
Create a cool, breathing LED lighting effect for your Halloween pumpkin using an analog circuit. No microcontroller required!
The phrase "cute as a bug" finally makes sense! Learn how Zoe and her mom made this amazing praying mantis costume.
Make this cardboard Transformers costume — no paint necessary, all the color is added with adhesive shelf liners and duct tape.
Building this spooky, spinning ghost mobile is a great way to learn how to make gears and get into the Halloween spirit.
Inspired by portals seen in Star Wars, this mechanical iris uses gears to open and close, making a stunning peephole for your door.
This year for Halloween my son wanted to be a wizard. To go with his costume, I made him a flashlight wand that's turned on with a magnetic reed switch.
LEDs are the perfect touch to add a creepy red glow to your Halloween props. Make them fade in and out with a simple Arduino sketch.
Control your DSLR with your feet for hands-free shooting, stop-motion animation, and instructional guides where you need both your hands in the shot.
Trick-or-treaters are bound to get a thrill when you make this choreographed music and light display that plays each time your gate is opened.
This project will explain how to weld plastic to make these giant inflatable tentacles.
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