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How To: Make a duct tape flashlight holder

This handy video for the DIY duct tape enthusiast teaches you how to make a fun, quick, easy flashlight holder out of that most versatile of materials: duct tape. The presenter in this video uses the flash new zebra-patterned duct tape, but you can use the more basic grey if you want to save money and go with a more restrained look.

How To: Use Chief's RLT-1, the universal plasma TV wall mount

Chief's newest universal tilt mount, the RLT-1, can accommodate most sizes from 30" to 50" or up to 200lbs. This video tutorial will show you how to mount a plasma television using this great wall tilt mount. It even works with an LCD screen television. So do a little labor, pull out the remote, and kick your feet up on the table and watch some awesome on-the-wall TV action.

How To: Wear clothes that don't make you look old

Do you have children, but not want that fact to define your style and what other people think of you? This video has help. It will give you a variety of tips for mothers who don't want to dress like mothers, but still want clothing that will accommodate their active lifestyle.

How To: Clean clad coins with a tumbler

Ever wondered how to clean those dust clad coin? It is hard to clean the coins all at a time. This how-to-do video gives an easy way to clean those stubborn clad on the coins. An old tumbler would accommodate this task. An old tumbler can be bought from eBay. The tumbler consists of two tumbling barrels connected to a small motor. The tumbling barrels are connected to a motor through a rubber belt. Fill the tumbling barrels with water and tumbling medium. Add Gravel or Pebbles from aquarium, ...

How To: Make a blooming paper flower

This video shows us how to make a blooming paper flower. To start, you shall first draw a flower on your computer, using paint or other similar program. The flower should be simple, a circle with eight identical pedals arranged around it. Print your drawing and, using a pair of scissors, cut your flower out leaving no excess paper. Take each pedal and fold it inwards towards the center of your circle. Now, get a bowl that will easily accommodate your flower and fill it with enough water to al...

How To: Stretch your shoes at home using water, ziplock bags and a freezer

Are your shoes a little too tight? Don't toss them away, there's hope for them yet, and it involves one of the most basic elements on Earth— water. By packing your high-heeled shoes with plastic ziplock bags filled with water, then storing your shoes in the freezer, you'll have newly revived footwear that will accommodate your large feet— just kidding. Sometimes you just can't pass up a good shoe sale, and if they don't have your size, this is your fix.

How To: Fix your iPhone 4's antenna problem with a bumper case

The iPhone 4 shipped with a poorly designed antenna that can be disabled simply by holding the phone in the manner that most people hold phones. To make matters worse, when asked about it, Steve Jobs responded like the snooty prick that he is, saying that people should just change the extremely natural way in which they have always held phones just to accommodate the iPhone. If you don't want to do that, this video is here to help. It demonstrates how putting a large bumper case on the iPhone...

How To: Design a wintery holiday centerpiece for your table

In this video the author describes how to design a centerpiece for your table with a holiday or winter type theme. The author uses different types of foliage including cedar, pine, sugar pine cones, roses, and twigs to accomplish this masterpiece. This is a step-by-step video and is easy to follow along with. The author starts with floral foam and explains the process from start to finish with enthusiasm and detail. The finished product would decorate a large table for a party or gathering an...

How To: Use time/timestamp fields with FileMaker Pro 10

When defining fields in FileMaker Pro 10, one has to choose what type of field to decide for a database. There are two fields that accommodate special handling of data. They are time and time stamp fields. When one decides a field under manage>database,there is a option for "type". Under that, there is time and time stamp. The "time" one determines the time while the "time stamp" determines the time and date. This will help in preparing a proper and detailed database system.

How To: Not stay too available when playing hard to get

In this tutorial, we learn how to play hard to get while dating. Remember not to be too available and accommodating, because it will not create a challenge for the other person. When someone is too available, it often makes the other person feel smothered. Some early relationships don't turn into something more because both people are playing games and not taking the relationship serious. Make sure not to give your whole person to someone in the first few days, because this can overwhelm the ...

How To: Configure a router for Wifi

Llewyn demonstrates how to configure your router for Wifi. Access the router by opening up your internet browser and typing in your router's IP address. That will bring up the router configuration page. Now, click on the wireless tab. You can set the wireless network mode to accommodate your computers. As a precaution, set the mode to mixed for greater flexibility. Set your wireless SSD broadcast to enable which will enable your wireless card to actually see the webpage and the internet. You ...

How To: Lace a shoe for a high instep

Chris Peake from Zappos demonstrates how to lace a shoe for a high instep or a high arch. Lace the shoe so you have a little more freedom through the instep area. Start from the bottom and lace normally on the first and second set of eyelets. Then, lace the laces through the same side that they are on without crossing them over. Then, cross over and lace your shoe normally. You will now have a normal fit on top but will also have room for your instep to come through to accommodate pressure po...

How To: Make sure you have the right frame for your artwork

Check out this video from the Handy Goddess to see how to make sure you have the right frame for your artwork. Make sure you choose the right frame for your artwork or painting is important for the design of your living room or dining room or wherever. One way to get the right frame for your environment is to take a photograph of the picture where it will stay. Then, use the photo as reference when searching for that perfect frame to accommodate that perfect piece of artwork.

How To: Create your own ring light for lighting and more

Ring Lights can create a specific lighting that brings out warmer hues from your actors/models, as well as giving you a cool effect for the eyes. If you're not looking to spend a fortune on buying an already made one, you can make one with items from around the house on the cheap, if you have to buy everything you need, you're looking to spend around $100 which is much cheaper than buying one brand new! Check out this video for a full tutorial on how to build your very own Ring Light!

How To: Create a duotone color effect in Photoshop

This is a video about making pictures with two different tones using Photoshop. After watching this video the viewer will learn how to bypass two different modes in Photoshop (usually a necessity in "duotoning"). Showing you how to skip those modes and changing the tones of a picture to the way you like. Instead of spending 20 minutes using two different modes spend five with the same outcome.

How To: How Much Time Do You Spend Indoors and Outdoors? Find Out with This DIY Arduino Tracking Device!

How much time do you spend outside, as opposed to inside? Whether it's because you're working, studying or just have a bunch of errands to run, it may seem like the majority of your day is spent indoors. Ever wondered exactly how much time you spend indoors and outdoors? Now you can, thanks to this DIY Arduino-powered tracking device by Instructables user Gramsky.

How To: Control a Reason 5 session with useful key commands

The less time you spending futzing with your mouse, the more time you can spend making music. Learn how to save time in Reason 5 with a number of useful keyboard shorcuts. Whether you're new to Propellerhead's virtual music studio application, Reason, or their newer DAW app, Record, you're sure to find much to take away from this brief, official video software tutorial.

How To: Use the Thor Step Sequencer in Reason 5

The less time you spend aimlessly futzing with Reason's controls, the more time you can spend making music. Learn how to master the Thor Step Sequencer with this official video guide from James Bernard of Propellerhead. Whether you're new to Propellerhead's virtual music studio application, Reason, or their newer DAW app, Record, you're sure to find much to take away from this brief, official video software tutorial.

How To: Style Hollywood glam hair for your prom

You're already spending a ton of money on your dress and everything else for prom, so why spend even more on getting your hair done? You can make sure you look beautiful for your special day at home and still look like a million bucks! In this tutorial, curl your hair in a Hollywood glam style that is actually quite easy to do.

How To: Build your own HD DVR

Want to break free from the confines of DVR land? If you're tired of spending all the money to download program listings from your DVR, then it's time for a change. If you don't want to mess with DRM files anymore, but want to backup your system, then MythTV is the way to go. You'll need to build your own PVR (personal video recorder) with thanks to MythTV, and it will end up costing you less than $500. Well worth the investment. The MythTv software is free and open source, so you just need t...

How To: Fold Beautiful Origami Hearts Using Real Dollar Bills or Any Other Paper Money

With Valentine's Day looming in our midst, it's high time to start thinking about what you'll be cooking up and crafting for your sweetheart. But instead of spending any money on anything, just keep one thing in mind—everybody loves cold hard cash, even as a valentine gift. So, instead of spending your dough, fold it into a beautiful origami heart to give your loved one. Better yet—make a whole bouquet of folded dollar bill hearts. What could be sweeter than a bunch of heart flowers made of m...

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