This video from Do as I do presents a simple card trick. Cut the deck in half.
Are you an avid gardener who tends to your plans on a daily basis? Then before you step foot outside the door today, check out this video to learn a plethora of tips for going green with your gardening.
The one thing that can make your home garden flourish is by taking care of it and meeting the needs of your plants. One of those needs is great fertilizer. And the best fertilizer comes from the heart, not the store. Get great results in your garden by making your own fertilizer and compost at home.
You know that old pile of sweaters you've been looking at for ages? Well, do NOT take them to the dump! You can turn those sweaters into mittens with this simple, step-by-step video which proves that recycling is the way to go. You'll need some old sweaters, some scissors and a sewing machine.
Even if you dread lugging around an ever-increasing pile of books this fall as you return to classes, you have to admit there's one great thing about going back to school: Looking great on that first day back!
You might have to watch this explanation a few times before you actually get the entire card trick, but once you do, hopefully you'll be able to perform the '4 of the same' magic card trick without hesitation. It is a little tricky, of course, but it's worth the lesson. This amazing card trick involves turning a mixd deck of cards into 13 piles from ace to king in piles of 4. This is a great magic trick for beginners and advance magicians alike. Watch the first video for the explanation and t...
In this clip, learn how to get amazing amounts of goodies in the mail for free! Kitty, the coupon diva, will show you how to request things like free samples and manufacturer coupons from companies so you can stock pile them and save. Get extra freebies every time you open up your mailbox with these awesome tips.
Combine lathering up and exfoliating in the shower with these salted watermelon slices. Crafted to resemble and smell like deliciously scented watermelon taffy, these melt and pour soaps are piled with sea salt to give your skin a good, thorough scrub.
In this video, Elizabeth Gleeson shows us how to repurpose those plastic shopping bags that pile up around the house into fun crafts that make perfect gifts for the holidays. You can use this new fabric for tons of projects including new purses, wallets, shopping bags or anything else you would use normal fabric for! So, get started and help save the Earth - one bag at a time!
This recipe for corn, avocado and tomato salad is an ideal salad to serve in the summer at your next barbecue. It offers a lighter alternative to the piles of meat without leaving people pining for something hearty and filling. The corn and avocado are plenty filling and the tomato adds a great zest to the dish.
Not sure what to do with your old cell phone? Best Buy has answers. There's a recycling program directly inside the store that allows you to drop off any old phone you may have so it can be reused or sent to a proper landfill. The Best Buy Mobile team explains how simple it is to recycle an old cell phone at Best Buy.
Have a million 3-inch reel-to-reel tapes piling up in your garage? Keepsake audio tapes?
You don't need to don a garter belt and balconet push up bra to feel like a sexy, burlesque vixen. As not everyone can pile on the silk and red lipstick like Christina Aguilera, this cheeky nail look may just be the next best thing.
If you've been letting your snail mail pile up for days on end, there's an easy solution that won't cost you anything. Just rummage around your house and find some wall hooks or binder clips, and start sorting away. You'll be surprised at how much more organized this method is!
If you're having trouble with the door lock of your Hotpoint dishwasher, then you got a problem. Although it may not be as serious, it's something that should be solved soon, especially if you have dishes piling up on your countertop.
You've already got your clothing hanger plus scarf earring holder in place to organize your huge collection of earrings, but how do you deal with the leftover pile of bracelets and rings?
Are your magazines piled so high they're spilling over your desktop? Throwing so much paper away is a waste, so recycle your old magazines instead by making the origami flowers presented in this video.
If you have kids, chances are you also have a pile of t-shirts that said rapidly-growing little ones have outgrown. Rather than throw them out or donate them, make them into something new! This video from Threadbanger will teach you how to sew two old t-shirts into a fun new tote bag. It will be soft, durable, stylish, and free!
Ever wonder how magicians can seemingly identify any card? Well, wonder no more! In this tutorial, learn how to identify a spectator's card when they randomly place it mid-pile. This sounds impossible and looks astonishing but, really, it is quite easy. So, follow along with this clip and you will learn all of the inside secrets to perform this trick on your very own.
Use this rigged game to cheat your friends twice in a row! The game functions just like 31, only this time you'll always win if you follow the instructions in this video.
Being a city dweller does not mean you cannot save the planet — or your food scraps. Climate change and resource management are big issues. Composting in any size space is not only possible, but it gives you a chance to reduce greenhouse gasses and reuse food scraps. Right now, about 40% of all food in the US goes to the landfill. In addition to planning meals and using your food in creative ways to reduce the amount that goes to waste, you can compost.
Not feeling your best? Tired of all the stress piling upon you at work or school or home? Take a few minutes, breathe, and relax. Licensed massage therapist Athena shows you how to properly massage the lower back and hips so you can relax.
All you need for this craft is a pile of wire coat hangers! This is a great gift or craft for anyone who lives in a small place, like a dorm room. All you need is some tape, a garland and tiny ornaments!
It's not just about putting a pile of TNT together and lighting the fuse, it's about focusing your munitions in a specific area and then strategicially distributing other packs around the epicenter. This creates a giant explosion which can leave a significant crater behind.
You know that pile of old t-shirts that you've accumulated over the years that you've never gotten around to wearing? Sure you could toss them over to the Salvation Army and call it a day, but why throw something away that you can turn into a wearable work of art?
Learn from Dawn of Stampin' Up! how to make a paper bead for either decoration or for a homemade necklace! You can make these beads out of newspaper, magazines, or designer paper. Get creative this weekend and make a pile of paper beads to create a unique jewelry piece perfect for any crafter.
If you have to deal with piles of snow outside every year, you've probably dreamed about owning a snowblower. But how do they work, and how do you know which one to buy? In this video tutorial, Ask the Builder host Tim Carter will show you how to use a John Deere snowblower, and he'll walk you through what features to look for when you're buying your own blower.
What happens when you arrive at a dock and can't find a cleat to tie your boat onto? Matt and Ann of BoatUS demonstrate how to tie your boat to a piling using a clove hitch. Know your knots by learning how to tie a clove hitch with this instructional knot tying video.
Why let all the photos you've taken over the years with your digital camera sit on your computer in loose piles, forsaken? In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to use Roxio's free photoshow application to create impressive photographic slideshows. For more information on photoshow, or to get started creating your own slideshows, watch this Internet how-to!
Keeping your shoes in a big pile in the closet is bad for your collection and your sanity. Putting them in order takes just a little effort, for a huge life improvement. Find out how to save time and systematize your closet by organizing your shoes.
Not really a magic trick but a nice little rigged game you can annoy people with. The goal of the game is to pick from a pile of chips without being the one to pick up the last chip. The other person will never be able to beat you.
Learn a card magic trick in which you quickly and sloppily break a deck into to piles. Then find chosen cards from each half after an audience member shuffles them back together.
This crushing process brings out color variations by flattening the pile or nap of the velvet, and adds surface texture by pleating the fabric. One benefit to this method is that a simple wash and tumble dry will restore the fabric to its original condition, so watch this video and see just how to create crushed velvet.
This amazing knot may save your life, probably your pride, and certainly piles of your time. If you have kids you know how many times each day you have to tie their shoes. With this knot you'll tie them once and be done. This knot is easy to tie and can be untied as easily as any other.
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.
You can learn how to do the four aces trick. You shuffle the deck of cards and then separate the deck into four piles first. You really need to remember where you put the aces in the beginning.
Gather your piles of photos, it's time to put 'em to use. Forget about simple frames, learn how to put your photos on blocks instead!
Want to learn how shuffle a deck of playing cards? In order to be a great dealer for poker, baccarat, blackjack, Texas Hold'Em or any other gambling card game, you're going to need to learn how to properly shuffle the playing cards.
As a technology writer, phone screenshots can pile up on your computer in no time. Testing out different apps, showing buggy software, and doing step-by-steps can lead to a plethora of mobile screenshots piling up on your computer's desktop. The problem with my screenshots is that they save as photo.png or photo.jpeg, as do many of my other photos. If I haven't finished a project or article, I tend to move them to different folders to save them for later. After a while, the screenshots begin ...
There may be no kitchen appliance as controversial as the garlic press. Professional kitchens and many avid cooks despise it, while others staunchly defend it.