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How To: Play "The Monster Mash" for Halloween on the ukulele

It's nigh impossible to go through any Halloween party without listening to the classic Halloween tune "The Monster Mash" at least once. Verbally painting a proverbial spooky scene with a mad scientist and his monstrous creations, the song is creepy and kooky all at once, making it the perfect anthem for a day of treating and trickery.

How To: Hack Minigolf party coins (08/02/09)

Minigolf Party hacks, cheats, glitches. How to hack Minigolf Party. Minigolf Party description from Playfish: "Get your golf on and join the fun with Minigolf Party! This crazy collection of courses takes you on the minigolf ride of your life. Dodge dangerous monsters, jump over water, find your own secret routes and get that sensational hole-in-one feeling!"

How To: Make an origami fox mask step by step

Ever since the weepy-nostalgic film "Where the Wild Things Are" came out, dressing up like your favorite friendly monster, especially for Halloween or birthday parties, has become extremely popular. If you're planning to have a costume birthday party for your little dude or girl, then prepare some pre-made masks for them by folding several of these fox masks.

How To: Throw a Harlem rent party to raise money

Originating in Harlem in the 1920s, a rent party is a fun way to stave off eviction. You will need a place to party, food and drink, musical entertainment, paying guests, party flyers, a hat to collect donations, and lots of beer. Fact: The going rate for a Harlem rent party admission was usually 25 cents, plus extra for the homemade concessions sold in the kitchen or hallway.

How To: Throw an enjoyable cocktail party

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to throw a cocktail party. This video provides many tips on how to prepare for a cocktail party. To have a cocktail party, you should have enough seats for at least 20% of the guests. Arrange your furniture into a U-shape to allow people to move in and out easily. Set out a variety of food and snacks. You may choose to have candles. Create a music playlist that will lasts the entire party and that everyone will enjoy. Set up trays around the room for ...

How To: Draw a monster

"Miki Falls" manga cartoonist Mark Crilley shows how to draw monsters. Monsters are one of the most enjoyable things to draw; we all draw monsters when we're kids, and they're fun to create at any age. In this tutorial, Crilley shows you how to make your monsters look their best (or worst!)

How To: Start and join an Xbox LIVE Party (Xbox 101)

In this video from theXBox360GameReview we learn how start and join an Xbox Live party. Once signed into Xbox live, scroll to the friends channel, and select the friend you want to have your party with and press Y. Now that you have a party going, you can play some Halo wars. If you want more friends to join the party go to your friends list using the guide button and tap X to select who you want to invite. If you want everyone in the party join in, select Party and choose Invite Party to gam...

How To: Keep ice cubes frozen longer for your next party

Ok, it’s not the biggest problem in the world, but an ice bucket full of water is a not-so-subtle hint that the party’s over. Make your cubes last until the final guest has had their fill. Watch this Howcast video to learn how to keep ice cubes frozen longer. You will need boiled water, large ice trays, insulation, like bubble wrap or cloth, and muffin tins.

How To: Throw a tailgate party

Whether it's a simple picnic or an extravagant affair with a candelabra and linen tablecloth, many people say tailgating is the best part of the game. Tailgating, for those unaware, is throwing a parking lot party out of a car. You will need a vehicle, a cooking equipment, food, drinks, and hopefully some music. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to get ready for a tailgate party.

How To: Determine math proportions with the Square-Cube Law

Ever watch a cheesy movie and say "That monster is so FAKE!" but not really understand why? Well monstrous monsters are governed by a little biological rule called the Square-Cube Law, a scientific term combining math, anatomy and physics into one educational tool to recognize theatrical baloney when you see it. Just watch this video to see the explanation of the Cube-Square Rule, how it works and its ramifications for our favorite B-Movie pet monsters.

How To: Prepare to play beer pong

In this tutorial, learn how to play the classic party game, beer pong. This video will walk you step by step through the process of buying the right supplies, setting up your table and making sure you play by the rules. Party on!

How To: Fake a Loch Ness photo

This video will show you some methods to create a fake Loch Ness monster photo. You will need a camera or a camera phone for this project. One method of faking a sea monster picture involves creating a clay model of a head and a neck of a sea monster and holding it underwater. The outline of your hand holding the clay will serve as the body of the monster. Another method which can be used to fake a sea monster can be done using a clothes hanger and holding it underwater. The hook of the hange...

How To: Host an Alice in Wonderland themed tea party

AMICLUBWEAR created a tutorial on how to host a tea party based on "Alice in Wonderland". The video begins with a step by step instructional on how to make tissue paper "flowers" as decorations for your tea party. The tissue papers are layered in opposite colors, after which the tissue paper is accordion folded and tied together using a pipe cleaner. Afterwards, the tissue paper is carefully extended layer bay layer and shaped into a flower. Next, there was a tutorial for making the "EAT ME" ...

How To: Remove green screen spill from a monster in Photoshop

This image editing software tutorial shows you how to extract a green screen background from behind a spock-like monster in Photoshop CS3. Learn how to remove the green spill of light that appears around the edges of images, that are shot against a green screen backdrop. This is an important step in cleanly extracting a background professionally in Photoshop. Especially if you want your monster scenes to look great!

How To: Remove fringe from monsters in Photoshop CS3

This image editing software tutorial teaches you how to remove fringe left over from masking on a monster image in Photoshop CS3. Discover three distinctive ways to remove the ugly fringe that can ruin any good masking project. These Photoshop techniques are specially designed for working with detailed hair (like a monsther!), in Photoshop masking projects.

How To: Add lightning effects to a monster castle in Photoshop

This Photoshop software tutorial shows you how to add lightning effects to a monster castle scene in Photoshop CS3. ZAP! Remove the background behind lightning and flame images so you can add special Layer Effects, and avoid Blending Modes when necessary. Whatever your lightning and fire needs may be, no need to go to a compositing software, this Photoshop how-to will cover it all.

How To: Expose monsters with knockout in Photoshop CS3

In this Photoshop CS3 tutorial you will learn how to use the knockout feature. This advanced masking technique allows you to move a targeted layer around, revealing the layer underneath. This video will show you how to reveal a creepy skeleton under a monster werewolf right in Photoshop. This classic technique lives again! Learn the subtle qualities of the Deep, and Shallow, Knockout feature in Photoshop.

How To: Draw Frankenstein's monster

`This video illustrate how to draw Frankenstein's monster. Here are the following steps.Step 1: First of all take a sheet of paper and a pencil.Step 2: Now draw a oval circle representing the face of the monster, draw a big circle within the face showing an open mouth.Step 2: Draw small circle within the face representing the eyes.Step 3: Now draw a free hand mid part from the lower face .Now from this mid part extend two hands with waves to represent masculine look.Step 4: Draw two legs from...

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