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How To: Fold an origami fortune teller the easy way

Want to know what the future holds in store for you? With this guide, you'll learn how to make a fortune-teller toy with origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own paper fortune tellers, watch this free origami lesson.

How To: Make fortune cookies from scratch

In this tutorial, we learn how to make fortune cookies from scratch. You will need: 2 large egg whites, 1/2 tsp vanilla extract, 1/2 tsp pure almond extract, 3 tbsp vegetable oil, 8 tbsp flour, 1.5 tsp corn starch, 1/4 tsp salt, 8 tbsp sugar, and 3 tsp water. First, write out your fortunes on small pieces of paper. After this, heat the oven to 300 degrees and grease two baking sheets. From here, combine all of your dry and wet ingredients, then combine them both together. Spoon the batter ont...

How To: Make homemade fortune cookies with Paula Deen

Paula shows how easy it is to bake your own custom fortune cookies. You won't have to order Chinese food to get a bunch of fortune cookies anymore. This cooking how-to video is part of Paula's Best Dishes show hosted by Paula Deen. What happens when America's favorite southern cook opens up her kitchen to family, friends, viewers and the best home cooks in the country? It's anyone's guess! Paula Deen is cooking up something new as she rescues viewer recipes, shares stories and traditions with...

How To: Defeat the Treasure Hunter challenge in Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

All of you should be familiar with Treasure Hunter Challenges in Red Dead Redemption. You search the Treasure Maps and find all the treasure located within the lands of Read Dead. Well, in the newest DLC, Undead Nightmare, there's 5 more treasures you need to find to complete the Treasure Hunter Challenge. These won't give you money, but they will give you some ammunition, and perhaps even Undead Treasure Hunter - Legendary (which is max rank).

How To: Do the Hunter & Alchemist Specials in Prince of Persia

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to receive the "Hunter Special" and "Alchemist Special" achievements in the video game, Prince of Persia. To receive the Hunter Special achievement, users will need to deflect the Hunter's attack 5 times in one battle. To deflect an attack, press the Right Trigger as the same time the Hunter attacks you. To receive the Alchemist Special achievement, users will need to defeat the Alchemist without using the acrobatic button. Only use the X button to fi...

How To: Make a miniature fortune cookie from polymer clay

Learn how to sculpt a miniature fortune cookie charm out of polymer clay with this free video art lesson. While this tutorial is best suited for those with some familiarity of polymer clay sculpture, novice sculpters should be able to follow along given a little effort. For specifics, including step-by-step instructions, and to get started crafting your own mini polymer clay fortune cookie charms, watch this sculpture tutorial.

How To: Origami a paper fortune teller

Not sure what to origami today? How about something that predicts the future or just about anything else you want? Watch this how to video to learn how to fold a fortune teller out of origami paper. Give Japanese origami folding a try with this how to video tutorial on folding a classic childhood toy, the fortune teller.

How To: Origami a cootie catcher fortune teller

This origami piece is a classic. Scissors, paper, a pen, and a pair of folding hands is all you need. Decorate your cootie and write fortunes to be revealed on the inside. Be sure to give each fortune a color, so people playing can choose one, then give ambigious fortunes to keep people playing again and again.

How To: Play Hot and Cold

Looking for a fun, educational game to play with your children? How about a game of "Hot & Cold"? Played indoors or out, this game helps children refine their listening skills and learn the idea of opposites.

How To: Fold a paper fortune teller

Predicting the future is always cool.. what if you could do it with just a piece of paper? With this tutorial, learn how to fold an origami fortune teller and at least pretend you can predict what will happen! All you need is a single sheet of paper and some pens or markers to record your fortunes and you are on your way. This is a great little thing to make anytime you are bored with friends - work, school, on the bus, anywhere!

How To: Make a customized origami fortune teller

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make an origami fortune teller. Fold a sheet of blank paper in half--vertically and horizontally. Fold the four corners of the paper into the middle. Flip the paper over and fold the corners into the middle. Fold it on the horizontals and diagonals. From then on, users can decorate the fortune teller. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy origami and art.

How To: Demystify fortune tellers

In this video from Socoolscienceshow Crazy Chris shows us how phony fortune tellers make it seem like they are predicting the future. He uses a crystal ball in this demonstration. He says that anyone can pretend to predict someone's future just by spouting out some common future predictions such as in "3 to 7 days you will have a disagreement with a loved one, 4 to 6 months you'll find a new love, and 2 to 5 years you'll change your career." Fortune telling is completely fake and Crazy Chris ...

How To: Make a cool paper fortune teller

Gamer Dude 5000 Arts and Crafts Demonstrator offers a short tutorial with a single sheet of 8 1/2" X 11" paper and pair of scissors. First you fold the corner of your paper out till the top half of your paper and the side of your paper is flush. You cut off excess paper with a pair of scissors. When you open the paper back up, you will have a square sheet of paper that you can fold. You fold all the corners of your square in to the center. Then you flip it over to the back and repeat. Once do...

How To: Become a bounty hunter in California

Has Duane "Dog" Chapman inspired you to become a bounty hunter? Believe it or not, you're not the only one. How to become a bounty hunter is one of the most commonly asked questions to this videomaker via email, fax, and telephone. In this video, learn how to get one step closer to your dream by knowing what the requirements are to become a bounty hunter in the state of California.

How To: Get the Cache Grab achievement in Left 4 Dead 2's DLC

The boys from Achievement Hunter are back! And in this tutorial they'll show all you zombie hunters, how to get a pretty sweet achievement in Left 4 Dead 2's newest DLC, The Passing. The cool thing about this new DLC, is not only do you get some pretty sweet weapons, but you're able to meet the old cast from Left 4 Dead and interact with them for a little bit.

How To: Create an origami fortune teller

Remember when you were a kid and you would play fortune teller games in study hall? We all do! Check out this tutorial and learn how to fold an origami fortune teller. Whether you are using it to fool around during class as a teen, or in the office as an adult, people never get bored of this great bit of nostalgia. All you need is a piece of paper and a pen to mark your corners and you are on your way to telling the future!

How To: Get a job as a freelance bounty hunter

To become a bounty hunter, you will want to first check your state's laws to see if you need to be a licensed private investigator. If you live in Florida, South Carolina, Oregon, Wisconsin, or Kentucky, don't even try it--bounty hunting is not allowed! Otherwise, your first step is to find a client who needs a target to be caught. Bail bond agents employ bounty hunters to track down people who have refused to show up to court. Find out who your target is. Assemble a file, look into any recor...

How To: Tie the Hunter's Bend decorative knot

In this video you will learn how to tie a knot known as the "Hunter's Bend". A "bend" is a type of knot used to join two ends of a rope together. Generally, it should be possible to untie this type of knot, once it's usefulness has passed. This knot was originally created by a man named Phil D. Smith during WWII, at which time he dubbed it the "Rigger's Bend". An English physicist, by the name of Edward Hunter, rediscovered the knot in 1978, and popularized it's use, leading to it's current n...

How To: Do the "Jack the bounty hunter" card trick

This card trick is called Jack the Bounty Hunter. After a series of cuts, placements, and sorting, Jack the Bounty Hunter ends up adjacent to a card the spectator picked earlier in the trick. Brief synopsis of the procedure (you need to see the video for the full explanation): First, you set a Jack aside. Then you make two piles of 15 cards and set them aside. The spectator gets a pile, and you get a pile. Cards are cut. The spectator picks a card from the remainder of the deck. The spectator...

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