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How To: Bobby trap dental floss with a party popper

Party poppers are magnificent. They can be used for a plethora of pranks— basically, any prank where the victim / target has to open something. You can use party poppers on practically any household item, but this video covers the much used dental floss container. The exploding floss prank is easy to do yourself, and requires only the floss container, the party poppers, scissors, and a screwdriver. Once your prank target goes to use their floss, they'll have quite the grin.

How To: Cut soft, fresh cheese

Slicing soft, fresh cheeses, like chevre, can become a sticky mess. The cheese either clings to the knife or crumbles into an unwieldy pile. To get perfect slices every time, head to the medicine cabinet and grab the dental floss. Wrap the floss (use unwaxed and unflavored) around your fingers and then use to slice through the cheese. Floss works for slicing cheesecake, too.

How To: Prepare buttered prawns with egg floss

If you're looking for a sumptuous dinner idea tonight, why not try this buttered prawn dish with egg floss? We know that "egg floss" sounds weird (no, it's not like tooth floss), but it's actually those really thin, tender pieces of egg that float in egg drop soups. They're an attractive way to add flavor to any dish.

How To: Make a simple homemade journal from index cards, dental floss and a cereal box

Traditional bookbinding can be a complicated job requiring specific tools and crafts. But when you're making a personalized homemade journal or diary at home, anything goes. This video will show you the basics of making a simple, small book using easy methods with materials you likely have around the house, like index cards (for the folios), a cereal box (book cover), paper, duct tape, scissors, dental floss (binding), glue, Sharpie marker, and an awl or sewing needle.

How To: Make felted flowers

This video is basically about how to make felted flowers with Craftside. For making felted flower things we will need are assorted felt, assorted rhinestones (any size), embroidery floss (any color), a needle, some tacky glue and a pair of scissors. First of all cut out the shape of the flowers from the felt using the scissors. Try experimenting with different shapes and sizes for variety. Then stitch the detail on the petals using the embroidery floss. Use the backstitch for this; then glue ...

How To: Use the Gold Medal X-15 Cotton Candy Floss machine

This video demonstrates how to make cotton candy using the Gold Medal X-15 machine. Plug in the three-prong chord in its own independent jack. Use a heavy duty three-prong extension cord if needed. Remove the clips from the net and spread the net around the inside of the pan, and clip it onto the sides of the pan in four places. Use commercially prepared floss mix, and carefully pour it into the spinner head while the machine is off. Cover the pan with the dome and turn the power on, setting ...

How To: Spin cotton candy in a bottle cap

This confectionery hacking how-to video demonstrates that, with an electric motor, juice lids, battery and sugar, you can make your own cotton candy machine. Don't wait for a carnival or fair to get your next taste of sweet, sweet cotton candy. Watch this video tutorial to see this hack in action and to learn how to build your own bottle-cap candy floss machine.

How To: Make four kinds of friendship bracelets

Looking to master the art of friendship bracelet making? In this tutorial video, Sherr Bear goes over four different kinds of friendship bracelets, and then goes on to teach the most simple kind, what she calls the "spiral" also known as the "Chinese Stiarcase". Materials you will need include scissors and three to five different colors of string (or what is sometimes called "floss" at stores).

How To: Craft a five stitch journal

Learn how to make books! It's easy to construct your own books to use as journals, scrapbooks, notebooks, or sketch books. This is a five stitch method of bookbinding. You will need two pieces of cardboard, writing paper, and old calendar, embroidery floss, a ruler, scissors, rubber bands, double stick tape, Mod Podge and a craft knife.

How To: Make a Mickey Mouse tie dye t-shirt

Making a Mickey Mouse tie-dye shirt is as easy as can be. First trace a Mickey mouse outline onto a plain white shirt with a pencil. Using plain dental floss and a needle, sew around the tracing you've just created. For optimal results soak the shirt in soda ash (this step is optional). On the final stitch, pull on the dental floss until Mickey's head "pops up". You will need several rubber bands for the next few steps. First tightly wrap some rubber bands around Mickey's head. Add additional...

How To: Identify the different parts of a fishing rod

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to identify the different parts of a fishing rod. This video introduces 2 types of rods, spinning rod and conventional rod. The spinning rod is used for light tackle fish. The line comes off from the bottom of the rod. The rod is designed to bend flexibly. The conventional rod is used for bigger fish. The line comes off from the top of the rod. The rod bends more stiffly. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy fishing and would like to learn ...

How To: Build a basic starting home in Minecraft

When starting out in Minecraft, the first thing you focus on is creating a shelter to seal yourself into to make it through the first night without getting eaten by a zombie or shot to death by a skeleton. But if you want something a little more conventional, try building a house to start in instead of a hole in a hillside! In this video you will get a quick walkthrough of building the house with a working door and a roof.

How To: Use out-of-the-box workflows in MS SharePoint 2010

This guide will show you how to use a number of less conventional SharePoint workflows. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular content management system (CMS) or a seasoned MS Office professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the SharePoint 2010 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.

How To: Grow tomatoes upside down in a bucket

Interested in less-conventional container gardening methods? Say, growing tomatoes upside-down in a bucket? This video will show you how it's done! It's easy. So easy, in fact, that this clip can present a complete overview of the process in about 7 minutes' time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Make Marvel superhero Daredevil out of Legos

Daredevil is one of the least conventional and most popular Marvel superheroes, having been played by Ben Affleck in a recent Hollywood movie. This video tutorial will teach you how to make a Daredevil Lego minifigure using only simple hobby tools. He looks very cool, and should be more than a match for any Lego villain that you can throw at him.

How To: Do a retrograde tracheal intubation

This video demonstrates how to insert an RTI to establish an emergency endotracheal airway. This procedure is done if intubation is necessary and one of the following is true: failure of conventional intubation, vocal cords are not visible, existence of upper airway pathology or the patient has severe kyphosis or cervical spondylosis.

How To: Fold a tiny origami giraffe from a dollar bill

We all have a favorite animal, right? While most of us like conventional animals like dogs and cute pandas, others like more exotic, safari-esque animals like giraffes. If you know a giraffe lover, check out this video to learn how to give him/her the perfect "just because" gift - an origami giraffe.

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