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How To: Make a toy drum

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a toy drum. You will need: felt, recycled tin can, 1 red lace, 4 soda caps, 2 popsicle sticks, glue, and scissors. Cit, cut the felt into a circle and glue it around the tin can. After this, take red felt and cut it into strips, then glue on the side of the tin can so it's striped. When finished, apply glue to the top of the can and then cover with additional pieces of felt. Tie a ribbon around the top and the bottom of the felt on the fan. To make the s...

How To: Meditate with a visual guide

In this tutorial, we learn how to meditate with a visual guide. Begin my taking a slow deep breath through the nose and feel the air going through your body. Then, feel the exhalation leaving the body through the nose feeling the breath. Breathe deeply at your own pace and try to lengthen and slow the breathing. On the inhalation feel the coolness inside of the nostrils rising upwards. Imagine the air rising up into the forehead and going throughout your entire body. Imagine you are breathing...

How To: Make a jewelry organizer for less than $3.00

Making a jewelry organizer is a fun and easy project to do! Orielle Hopkins, the Money Smart Mom, gives tips on making a great organizer for a minimal amount of money. Make a trip to your local craft store and search for a bead organizer with enough compartments to store your jewelry. If you have a lot of jewelry you may need to buy more than one organizer. Select adhesive backed felt in your favorite color for your project. Measure each compartment in the bead organizer and cut squares of fe...

How To: Make Santa suit candle votives for Christmas decor

Debra Hardy provides detailed instructions on how to make darling decorative Santa soy votive candles in this video. She first cuts the red felt into 6 3/4 inch by 2 inch strips for the Santa suit, wraps it around and adheres it to the bottom of the glass votive. Next, she secures a smaller strip of the white faux fur on top of the red felt also towards the bottom of the candle to create the bottom of Santa's jacket. Debra then instructs the viewer to cut a 6 3/4 inch by 1/4 inch black felt s...

How To: Feel full on a raw food diet

Natasha gives you some tips on how to feel fuller when eating raw foods. Natasha dispels claims that protein is what makes you feel full after a meal when it's really the fat. Fruits and vegetables are very water rich foods so they go through your body very quickly, therefore, making you feel hungry soon after eating them. Natasha suggests putting some hemp seeds in your smoothies and even coconut oil or coconut meat to add some bulk. She also suggests maybe making only half of your meal raw ...

How To: Make a woman feel instantly comfortable with you

Observe the woman you're interacting with and listen to the woman to inform your conversation. Using these techniques will help women feel open and comfortable with you. Women are just people so don't objectify them. Making a connection enables you to view a woman as a real person and not just an object of attraction. If you are interested in getting to really know the woman as a person instead of having the goal of getting a woman's number or picking a woman up, you will have more success in...

How To: Create Mario power up mushroom pouches

How to create Mario power up mushroom pouches in six easy steps. Use cardboard as a template. Fold peach felt in half and cut around the template. Cut half circle out while holding template and felt in place. Make a mushroom head template for the mushroom caps/tops. Fold red felt in half to cut around the edges. (Do same for the green mushroom). Make a circle template to use as the spots. Use white felt for the spots and start following the template. Use black felt for the eyes and start to p...

How To: Needle felt a Halloween pumpkin

Needle felted pumpkins make a for a nice Halloween decoration, and are simple to make with the step by step instructions in this how-to video. You will need wool batting, orange roving, green roving, a felting needle, and a felt pad. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to needle felt a Halloween pumpkin.

How To: Sew a felt hair scrunchie

The hair scrunchie in this how-to video is so easy to make, even a cat can sew it. You will need a felt sheet of 8" x 8", an elastic string, a cutting punch, a hammer, marking pins, scissors, two big beads, and a cutting mat. Follow along with the step by step instructions in this video sewing tutorial and learn how to make a felt hair scrunchie.

How To: Make needle felt feet

This how-to video series shows a simple technique for needle felting foot shapes and toes for a soft sculpted character. While the finished felted product looks professional, the process is much easier than you would think. You will need some wool and a needle. Watch this video crafting tutorial and learn how to shape feet and toes, as well as attach them to a larger needle felting project.

How To: Make needle felt hands

This how-to video series shows a simple technique for needle felting hand shapes and fingers for a soft sculpted character. While the finished felted product looks professional, the process is much easier than you would think. You will need some wool and a needle. Watch this video crafting tutorial and learn how to shape hands and fingers, as well as attach them to a larger needle felting project.

How To: Cut your own hair high and tight

In this video, we learn how to cut your own hair high and tight. Make sure you don't miss any spots by your ears, and make sure the sides are cut evenly. If you have bangs in the front, cut from the back to the front using a shaver. If you want to get rid of your bangs, cut from the front to the back. When you're done, feel the back and make sure it feels completely even. On the razor, there's an adjustment lever, so you can use this to make different feel from the bottom to the top of your h...

How To: Treat sunburnt & irritated skin with a home remedy

In this video, we learn how to treat sunburned and irritated skin. Milk and water compresses are the best treatment. To make these, pour equal parts of milk and water into a bowl, then place a clean cloth into it. Ring it out when finished, then lay on the skin for around 10 minutes. Make sure to use skim milk, which will work much better than whole milk will. Continue this for several minutes, and your skin should feel soothed when you are finished. Use this treatment whenever you feel sore ...

How To: Make a Christmas holly felt garland for the holidays

Christmas is coming up, but you've been so busy scoping out presents for friends and family, organizing your annual holiday cocktail party, and working hard for your holiday bonus to pay much attention to decorating your house. What do you do if you're in a bind and just don't have the time to decorate? Watch this video to learn how to make a quick holly felt garland for the holidays.

How To: Increase your lung capacity with full yogic breath

In this how to video, you will learn how to perform the full yogic breath with retention. Lengthen your spine and feel the back of the head extend towards the ceiling. Feel your shoulders move out towards the sides. Place your right hand on your abdomen and left on the chest to feel the movement of the body as you practice this. Inhale into the abdomen and feel it expand into the rib cage. Keep inhaling into the chest and collar bone. Exhale from the chest only and contract the rib cage. Last...

How To: Give a chest examination for doctors

In this video we learn how to give a chest examination for doctors. First, ask the patient how they are feeling and check their pulse, then watch them breathe. After this, lift their chin up and feel their chest while they are breathing. From here, place both hands on their chest and feel the palpation inside of their body. After this, grab the stethoscope and listen to their heart beat while they are relaxing and breathing as well as deep breathing. As soon as you have listened to the heart ...

How To: Make zebra and tiger prints with Ranger's alcohol inks

In this video, we learn how to make zebra and tiger prints with Ranger's alcohol inks. First, you will need some alcohol ink in black, gloss paper, a stamp, and felt. Now, take your felt and cut it into small strips. Make lines like a zebra or tiger would have. Next, push these strips onto the stamp bottom, arranging them to look like a zebra. After these are stuck on securely, trim off any edges and make some pointed. After this, you will squirt the black ink onto the bottom of the stamp on ...

How To: Grill a simple fillet mignon in a unique way

In this video Dave shows his unique way to grill fillet mignon. Dave begins the video with a brief history of fillet mignon. Dave says his unique way is easy as long as you follow his simple steps: 1) Allow steak to come to room temperature before putting it on the grill. This allows the cooking time to be a lot more consistent, and you won’t have a very cold middle with an overcooked outside. 2) With a great fillet mignon cut, do not over season. He adds just a little salt and coarse groun...

How To: Cope with empty nest syndrome

Not sure what to do now that your kids are gone? Is the house feeling eerily quiet and empty? Check out this video and grab a few tips on how to turn 'empty nest syndrome' into an opportunity for some precious 'me time'. In no time at all, you will be adjusting into your new life without the kids around.

How To: Bend a spoon

Now, not everyone can bend the spoon in their first try. Though some people do it in the first time , others take a few trials before they do it. But everybody , surely can bend it. This is how...

How To: Do polyphasic sleeping

Watch this video tutorial to learn how to do polyphasic sleeping. How often have you said, “If only there were more than 24 hours in a day!” By learning to polyphasic sleep—meaning breaking up a night’s sleep into a series of shorter naps—you can squeeze an extra whole day out of the week.

How To: Deal with a flirtatious boss or sexual harassment

He's not exactly demanding sexual favors, but his flirting is getting really gross. What's a girl who likes her job to do? You will need diplomacy and documentation. Assess his behavior. Now, don’t be offended, but we have to ask: Is he really coming on to you, or is he just a sociable, flirtatious kind of guy? If it’s the latter, just ignore it. Do your part to keep the relationship professional. Don't chat about how your last two boyfriends cheated on you and then expect him to know that di...