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How To: Create a delicate rose updo with Reiberry

Whatever your favorite flower may be, you can't deny that roses are the most romantic and alluring flowers around. In this tutorial, Reiberry bases a delicate hairstyle on the robust beauty of a rose. This pinned-up side bun is unlike any chignon you've ever seen, and though a bit difficult, the results will be well worth the effort.

How To: Calculate percent yield

This video shows you how to calculate the percentage yield in chemistry. To find the percentage yield, you will need to divide the actual yield by the theoretical yield. Then, multiply it by 100: i.e. % yield = actual yield/theoretical yield x 100. An actual yield is the amount of a substance produced in an actual laboratory experiment. It is based on an actual physical measurement of a quantity. The theoretical yield is the yield as is calculated on paper: i.e. through calculations. Therefor...

How To: The Easiest Way to Create GIFs on Your iPhone

A pen is mightier than the sword, but a picture is worth a thousand words. That's why I tend to use more emoji and GIFs than actual text in messages. They visualize my emotions like words could never do, and now more so than ever thanks to apps like iMoji, which lets you create custom emoji icons from photos. But what about custom GIFs? For that, there's Camoji.

How To: Calculate percent error in chemistry lab activities

If you want to know how to calculate percent error easily, you should watch this video. Error is the amount of deviation from accurate values. Error calculation is not possible, unless you make a quantitative measurement of the various quantities involved in your experiment. Measurement can help us in calculating errors and knowing how right we are in our theoretical models. In calculating percent error, We need to get the experimental value and the value which you are aiming at, which is the...

How To: Use layers in Google SketchUp

Using layers in SketchUp is different than many other applications. This instructional video to learn how to use layers, the layer dialog box, as well as some layer tips. In other applications, layers control actual geometry. This is especially true in CAD software. SketchUp's layering system only controls the visibility of the geometry, not the actual geometry itself.

How To: Play "For What It's Worth" on acoustic guitar

Want to learn how to play Buffalo Springfield on the guitar? With this tutorial you can learn how to play "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield on the acoustic guitar. This version is a simplified version of the song and is not exactly how Buffalo Springfield plays it. This lesson is geared towards intermediate guitarists because it assumes prior knowledge of guitar playing. Watch this how to video and you will be able to sing and play along to "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfi...

How To: Storyboard, make a shot list, line your script, and schedule a film production

Measure twice cut once applies to filmmaking as well as construction or any other complex process really, and that's why preproduction is they key to actually finishing your film on time and budget. This video will help you with several preproduction tasks, including storyboarding, making a shot list, lining / timing your script, and scheduling the actual production of the film.

How To: Make crispy (and sinfully delicious) brown sugar bacon bites

This snack is so good it might kill you— literally. These miniature bacon bites will clog even the healthiest of arteries, but it's so worth the risk! Robin Benzle of Chow Time shows you her dangerously delicious recipe for her bite-sized bacon bits, which ate breaded with breadcrumbs and filled with brown sugar, then oven-roasted for crispy delight. If you're daring enough, make these for your next party or get-together— this recipe makes 100!

How To: Fold a kirigami cherry blossom with five petals

If you're not afraid to stray from your origami craft, then kirigami worth a shot. It's just like origami, but you're allowed to cut the paper, not just fold it. Kirigami makes origami look more mature and more accurate, like when it comes to flowers. This video will show you how much better a kirigami cherry blossom looks! Learn how to make this cherry blossom with five petals.

How To: Make a perfectly thin & crispy pizza pie

In this clip, learn how to make a perfectly thin, crispy Italian style pizza with Food Mob. You will also learn how to top those beautiful bases with the best ingredients so absolutely everyone at the table will be happy. Don't bother with delivery or one of those store bought pizzas - make your own! It's worth it.

How To: Assemble graham cracker gingerbread houses

Learn to make beautiful gingerbread houses with graham crackers. Graham cracker gingerbread houses are quicker to make than actual gingerbread houses. This is a fun and easy project to do with the kids. All you need are graham crackers and royal icing. Watch this how to video to learn how to securely assemble a Christmas graham cracker gingerbread house with royal icing.

How To: Hack digital pictures to send secret messages

This video tutorial will teach you a simple hack that will allow you to hide a secret message in any digital picture. Who knew a picture could actually be worth a thousand words? Real words, embedded within! For detailed, step-by-step instructions on recreating this hack yourself, take a look. Keep your messages on the Internet secret with this how-to.

How To: Impersonate Christopher Walken

One of my longest videos to date, but well worth it if you have half an hour to kill. This is to thank you all for putting up with me until now what with the voices and poetry and secrecy of my real voice and all.

How To: Draw a tree house

This video by Michael Weisner will show viewers how to draw a tree house using a white piece of drawing paper and a writing utensil. In order to save time, the drawing had been roughly outlined in pencil. A rough outline of the desired picture may help before you begin your drawing, otherwise, you may proceed without it. First, you should begin by drawing the base of the tree, which is a simple trunk with roots. Make sure to leave some space along the trunk in the form of missing pieces along...

How To: Turn an old towel into shorts

To recycle an old towel into shorts, fold the towel and cut it into a short leg's length worth of fabric. Cut another piece into a short leg's length worth of fabric. Draw a curved seam on one edge. Stack the towels and pin them to hold the fabric in place. Cut out the seam on both of the towels. Separate the towels and sew up the seams on both of the fabric pieces. Do not sew the top seam and front side seam of the shorts. Instead, sew the front and back side seams together. Thread and sew a...

How To: Deal with liking a girl who's in a broken relationship

If you're in a situation where you like a person in an abusive relationship, then most likely the person seems to be reluctant to get out of their relationship. The person most likely has self-worth issues. Until those self-worth issues are resolved, the person will never be happy with you or anyone else. Most often they feel that they don't deserve to be happy. Until that person feels that they deserve happiness, and want happiness with you, you can forget ever moving beyond the friend zone....

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