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How To: Correct grass and sky color and contrast in Photoshop

Have a beautiful photo that needs some help? In this video learn how to correct grass and sky color and contrast with a little revolutionary software program called Adobe Photoshop. Transforming brown/yellow grass to bright saturated grass and converting a dull sky to a bright blue wonderfully vivid sky with help take your photo from "just okay" to "superb".

How To: Plant a fig tree for summer time

In this video, learn how to plant a fig tree. Figs are perfect for summer and they grow wonderfully in warm environments like the West Coast. If you would like to grow your own figs, check out this video from Stark Silver Creek and you will get all the tips and advice you need to get your tree growing!

How To: Make tiny paper stars from folded paper with origami

With this guide, you'll learn how to fold a small paper star using origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own tiny stars (which work wonderfully as party decorations), watch this free origami lesson.

How To: Make tiny origami stars

Looking for an easy craft project? With this guide, you'll learn how to fold a tiny paper star using origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own tiny stars (which work wonderfully in garlands or as party decorations), watch this free origami lesson.

How To: Combine different media in the same painting

Many artists are loyal to one particular medium, even within the general artistic field of painting. Some prefer oil paints, some oil pastels, some illustration markers, some color pencils. This video demonstrates how to combine these four popular media in one work to create a wonderfully detailed, colorful portrait. Broaden your horizons and use all of the tools available to improve your art.

How To: Make a Christmas greeting card for kids

Take this year's Christmas cards to new heights by making your own unique cards! In this vido, learn how to make a pop out Christmas card with these easy to follow instructions from Leona of Artists Resource. Surprise your Christmas card list with this wonderfully inspired card sure to appease the eye and hearts of the ones you love and hold dear.

How To: Make vinegar from wine

Do you have a couple of almost empty wine bottles that you don't know what to do with? Then watch this how to video to learn a great way to make vinegar from wine. Just throw in all the leftover remnants of wine into a jar, set it a side and within a few days your wine will turn into a wonderfully flavorful vinegar.

How To: Prepare chicken and beef chopped liver

Chopped liver is easy to make and it is wonderfully nutritious. In this how to video Chef Paul explains how to make outstanding chopped liver. All you need for this recipe is onions, celery, parsley, garlic, pepper flakes, herbs, eggs, stock and spices. Don't forget the chicken and beef livers.

How To: Mix a Pimm's Cup cocktail

This easy to make drink, is not only full of great flavors, and a wonderfully refreshing drink during the summer. Lower in alcohol content than most drinks it is a good introduction cocktails. You will need a Pimm's and lemonade (lemon lime soda or ginger ale). Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to mix a Pimm's Cup cocktail.

How To: Make yogurt rice

Yogurt rice (also called curd rice) is an all time favorite comfort food and a wonderfully soothing end to a spicy Indian meal. See how to make yogurt rice and get rid of all those rice leftovers in the fridge!

How To: Make smoked chicken apple sausage, cabbage & potatoes

While it is a classic winter dish, it’s delicious anytime of the year, and the ingredients are easy to find no matter what the season. Secondly, summer cooking is all about quick and easy, and this one-dish recipe definitely qualifies. Remember “braised” doesn’t always mean slow-cooked. Lastly, what a great reminder to enjoy every wonderfully warm second of this summer, because before you realize it you’ll be raking leaves in a sweater.

How To: Make a duct tape backpack

Are you a regular backpack user? Do you tire of that generic Jansport look that seems to be all your low backpack-budget will buy you? Do you want to rock something a bit more distinctive without breaking the bank? Do you like duct tape? Then look no further! This 2-part video provides wonderfully detailed instructions for making a full-sized backpack out of only 45 yards of duct tape! A must for the DIY-happy student-about-town.

How To: Make a sweet puffy glazed fig tree dessert

These Mediterranean fig tree desserts are what Fig Newtons wish they could be. Crafted out of puff pastries wrapped around figs and then stuffed with mascarpone cheese, these babies are a wonderfully delicious way to end your meal. Also, spices like nutmeg and cinnamon add a sweet flavor as well as antioxidants to the dessert dish.

How To: Draw a black and white male zombie in MS Paint

Though it's not typical for idrawgirls to focus on the male gender, don't count this tutorial out if you're looking for good instructions on how to draw a zombie. This male zombie is being drawn in MS Paint, and you can watch the drawing take place while listening to the commentary on what's being done and what needs to be done to create the living dead. But don't fret, there is a wonderfully drawn woman right next to the horrific zombie, so it's not that far of a departure for drawgirls.

How To: Make grilled corn sheet with Bobby Flay

Bobby Flay is a leading figure in the television-grilling world. In this episode of his show Grill It! with Bobby Flay, he veers away from his usual pile of meat to make a delicious side dish, grilled corn sheets with a homemade vinaigrette. Corn is not generally served in sheets, and this original presentation adds some flair to what is thought of as a rather boring staple of the American diet. All you need is some skill with cutting vegetable, a functioning grill, and a blender to make this...

How To: Make raw muesli

Karen Knowler, The Raw Food Coach, demonstrates how to make a wonderfully filling raw muesli. Start with a cereal bowl. Coarsely chop and add two or three varieties of nuts of your choosing. In this instance, Karen adds hazelnuts, almonds and brazil nuts. She then adds cut dried apricots, dates and raisins. Blend together with your hands. Now, add fresh fruit of choice. Bananas, blueberries, raspberries and apples are good picks. Stir to blend and finally, pour almond milk to taste over all. ...

How To: Make summer squash stuffed with rice

A delightful way to make a tasty Lebanese squash dish. This is a vegetarian alternative to kousa mihshi stuffed with rice, garbanzo beans, parsley, and tomato, is satisfying and wonderfully seasoned. If the Lebanese summer squash are unavailable, use small yellow crooknecks of dark green zucchini. Mexican squash varieties are very similar to Lebanese and might be found in farmers' markets. Seeds for Lebanese squash are available through a few seed companies, if you care to grow your own. This...

How To: Make a simple paper penguin with your kids

Although most people won't see a penguin in its natural environment, they're still a wonderfully captivating animal that the kids just can't get enough of. So, make sure you and your kids get over to the zoo and check some penguins out, then go home and create some penguins of your own. It could be made in a cold or hot climate! This penguin stick puppet is perfect for an afternoon of fun crafts with the kids. You'll need the following materials:

How To: Trim a ceramic pot on a wheel

English pottery instructor Simon Leach has stepped out onto his lovely deck to teach us how to trim our ceramic pots on the wheel. His example piece is small cup or pot that begins the video as plain as vanilla and ends it as a wonderfully detailed piece after only 10 minutes or so of work.

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