download and cut this cool customizeable octopus lamp
Pull the string to see Makey dance and do jumping jacks!
Craft & Desig...
Use a moldmaking process to sculpt a clay form and then cast a traditional porcelain doll that's completely handmade and unique.
An archway of balloons is a fun, eye-catching addition to any party. Learn the basic techniques and start sculpting your own balloon creations!
Use a wind sensor and an Arduino to blow out an LED candle.
Phenakistoscopes are the cousins of zoetropes, and the great grandfather of animation... or so we think. Concept genealogy is more metaphor than science.
Give your jack o'lantern the ability to express a multitude of emotions by bringing it to life as a zoetrope animation!
Bend EL wire to create safe, affordable glowing words and graphics.
What a better way to show your love of electronics (and help you remember ohm values) than crocheting your own amigurumi resistors.
You can grow a crystal around an LED light that's powered by magnetic induction.
Makeup & Cost...
You can make custom light-up shapes with some scissors and an electroluminescent panel. Put a pin on the back for a flashy new accessory.
You can download the files to CNC mill a map of this map of the United States, or, better yet, learn all the steps to do it yourself.
Even if you haven't seen the TV show "Gravity Falls," this terrarium is still a delight!
Learn how to build your own R2-D2 and join a dedicated community of Makers bringing Star Wars astromech droids to life. This comprehensive guide will get you started!
You can transform a drawing into a distorted coloring book page that reveals the image in a curved mirror.
A tasty pineapple snack provides the raw materials to build your own wobbling robot toy. This little guy will shake and vibrate simply by turning its head.
If you know me, you know that I LOVE tulle!
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