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How To: Wake your hand up when it falls asleep

We've all had it happen before. You fall asleep drooling in class, resting your head on your hands. Or you use your hand to lean on as you browse websites on the computer. Once you move out of your position, all you feel is an unsettling, nervous numbness and tingling. Rather than freak out, check out this video to learn what you can do to relieve this numbness.

How To: Make a blood spurting knife wound

It's time for Halloween, maybe it's time for your ultimate independent horror movie you've been dying to make, whatever the case may be, you're going to need some blood, you're going to need some weapons... you're going to need a bloody knife wound.

How To: Prevent carpal tunnel syndrome

Learn how to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome. Even if you're the world's fastest typist, you can help avert carpal tunnel syndrome – a ligament inflammation that causes numbness in your wrists, hands, or fingers – by following these tips.

How To: 5 Simple Ways to Perk Up Your Morning Joe

Ahh, coffee. That first sip of hot goodness in the morning is glorious, isn't it? There are days when you need it straight up: No extras, please. But what about those moments when you need a little something else? When that flavored French vanilla, hazelnut mocha, blah blah blend just doesn't cut it and you want a truly special flavor in your morning joe?

How To: Sew a felt geisha flower embellishment

Cat Morley and her adorable Scottish accent show you how to make a decorative square geisha flower that can be made into a pin or sewn onto clothes or accessories for extra embellishment. For this crafting project, you will need some felt, a square template of paper, a pencil, embroidery thread, normal thread, a needle, a yarn needle, sharp scissors, beads, and a button. Watch this video sewing tutorial and learn how to stitch a pretty felt geisha flower.

How To: Make a felt holiday applique

This video crafting tutorial shows how to sew a seasonal felt application, ideal for Christmas present or to keep for yourself. It just takes felt, cardboard, a pencil, and a pair of scissors. The completed applique can then be added onto clothing and accessories, or converted into an ornament or even a personalized name card.

How To: Care for a Guinea pig

I'm Sarah Tingle is the resident exotic animal health technician from Extra Care Animal Hospital in Davie, Florida and I am going to educate you a little bit about owning a guinea pig. Guinea pigs, or cavies as they are sometimes called, are docile rodents native to the Andean Mountains of South America. They were first domesticated by the Andean Indians of Peru.

How To: Care for pet mice

Sarah Tingle is a resident exotic animal health technician from Extra Care Animal Hospital in Davie, Florida and has been working as a technician for seven years. Sarah is going to talk a little bit about caring for mice.

How To: Craft felt frog puppets with your kids

In this Family video tutorial you will learn how to craft felt frog puppets with your kids. The materials you will need for this are felt (pink, dark and light green), a piece of red lace, 2 large white pompoms, 2 small black pompoms, scissors, glue and marker. Take two layers of dark green felt and draw out the outline of half of the left palm. Fold the felts in half and cut out the outline. Stick the two pieces along the edges to make a glove. Next cut a rectangular piece out of the light g...

How To: Cut felt with the Big Shot

First cut out card stock using the Big Shot Dye. This card stock is great as a template to make sure you are getting the most out of your felt. Cut out pieces of your felt around your card stock template trying to get as close as you can to the border of the card stock. Next take your Big Shot machine and place your cutting plates on the bottom, as well as your dye. Then layer your cut out felt pieces on top of your dye. Start rolling your felt through by cranking the handle on your Big Shot....

How To: Make a felt strawberry

Felt food is a great substitute for unsafe toys for children. A real life mom gives tips in this video on how to create great felt food that her children absolutely love playing with! The instructions are easy: Use wool or wool-blend felt instead of craft felt; it feels nicer. The first thing you need to do is cut out the felt patters provided on the website. You will need a red half circle, and a four pointed star. Seeds can be added by tying French knots using white thread. The next step is...

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: 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: Play "I Gotta Feeling" by the Black Eyed Peas on acoustic guitar

Want to perform an unplugged version of "I Gotta Feeling" by the Black Eyed Peas? I've got a feeling you're going to like this free video guitar lesson, which presents a complete breakdown of the song and it chords. While this tutorial is geared toward those who already have some knowledge of the guitar, players of all skill level should be able to follow along given adequate time and effort. For more information, and to get started playing "I Gotta Feeling" on your own acoustic guitar, just ...

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