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How To: Tile large & natural stone tiles

To tile with large format and natural stone tiles onto walls you must first make sure the walls are flat, clean, dry, and free of any dust, dirt, oil, grease, and any other loose material. Ensure that surfaces are suitable and prepared as advised. Then use the Dunlop Universal Bonding Agent where you will be applying the tile. For gypsum plaster and gypsum plasterboard, apply two coats of Dunlop Universal Bonding Agent, diluted with one part bonding agent, two parts water. Then allow primer t...

How To: Make your own Wiccan runes

This video demonstrates how to make your own Wiccan runes. You need ordinary, commercially grown lima beans. You can also make smaller ones using smaller beans or you can use river stones. Use a rune chart. These can be found in most New Age shops or you can download one for free online. Choose beans without cracks. Use a marker pen, or a "Sharpie" to mark each rune on one stone or bean. Copy the whole chart. When you have done this you can bless the runes. They can be kept with some sacred s...

How To: Make a 3D origami Samurai hat for beginners

Japanese samurai warriors weren't all ferocious. In fact, many warriors prepared for battle by taking long, luxurious baths in concoctions of steamed rose petals so that in combat, their enemies would be taken off guard by the delightful scent just long enough for the samurai to plunge a well-placed katana into his loins.

How To: Make an Alice in Wonderland story board craft

This video is about how to make a story board craft. In this case the story is about Alice in Wonderland. In this case 3 Eco art boards are taken of a suitable size of 2 1/2"X3 1/2" the left edge is decorated with a lace spray painted with Memorie mist spray, the rest of the card is also spray painted. Now from Queen Kat Designs the stampings are selected and stamped on each board as per the story. Whilst stamping Indian stamping ink is used as it does not smudges. For extra decoration paper ...

How To: Make a perpetual spinner

This video teaches the secret of making a cool perpetual spinner with a few little things and science. You will need: white paper, scissors, pen, pencil with eraser on its back, bell pin and a suitable cap. Draw a spiral shape on a plain sheet of white paper using a pen. Now cut out the drawn spiral with a scissor carefully. Punch the bell pin on the tail of a pencil. Stick a small cap (which suits the center of the spiral) to the center of the spiral as shown. Now stick the pencil on a table...

How To: Create perfect black & white images in Photoshop

In this video tutorial, learn the several methods to get black & white images from color originals in Photoshop. The first method is the simple desaturate by going to image > adjustments > desaturate and it will wipe out the color from your image. The second non-destructive way of doing this is going into the layers palette, adding a new adjustment layer, choosing hue and saturation and dragging the saturation slide all the way down to minus (-) 100. The next method is going to the channels p...

How To: Write the letter I in calligraphy copperplate

Learn to write the letter ā€œIā€ in calligraphy copperplate with this video. First, we need a book and a pen suitable to write in calligraphy. The pen's tip has to be bendable. First write the capital "I". It looks like a long "g". When half way from the top, the nib of the pen bends to give a thick feel and again it fades out to a thin one. The small "i" looks the like the actual "i" itself with minor changes. This will help you in your writing (font) style.

How To: Backup & restore your bookmarks in Internet Explorer

how-to Backup and Restore Your Bookmarks in Internet Explorer ClearTechInfo shows you how to backup and restore all your precious bookmarks in Internet explorer. These bookmarks can be used on another computer or can be restored onto the same computer if and when the bookmarks get erased or corrupt.

How To: Upload a photo on your mobile phone to Facebook

Tetiana from Best Buy Tips and Tricks shows you how to upload a photo on your mobile phone to your Facebook account directly from your mobile phone. For this you need to select the photo from your media, choose the option "upload to Facebook" and insert a suitable caption as shown in the video. The photo will be uploaded to your Facebook account for all your friends to see. Now you can share photos with your friends via Facebook on the go, using your mobile phone.

How To: Build a steadycam for small hybrid digital cameras

Need to shoot a film for class and realized you don't have a Fisher Dolly and your cinematographer's hands are a little to shaky for what you would consider good filmmaking? Well, this video tutorial will show you how to make your very own steadycam. Check out how a nautilus design transforms into a more suitable steadycam; the gimbal is the key, and gimbals are very hard to find, especially the right one.

How To: Apply an easy and light everday makeup look

Looking for a light-and-easy makeup look suitable for everyday use? Well, you're in luck, as this home beauty how-to offers advice on just that. For more information, including complete, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using this easy and understated makeup look yourself, take a look.

How To: Teach a Pilates bootcamp class at your club or studio

This clip demonstrates a sample routine for a Pilates bootcamp-style class, one suitable for studios and small clubs. Whether you're considering the possibility of starting your own Pilates studio or already have one and just need a little help tackling a particular pedagogical problem, you're sure to be well served by this free video lesson from the folks at Balanced Body Pilates. For more information, including a comprehensive overview, watch this video guide.

How To: Upgrade Notepad in Microsoft Windows

Want a little bit more from your text editor? This video clip from CNET TV will show you how to find a suitable replacement for Microsoft Windows' Notepad. For details, including step-by-step instructions, and to get started finding, downloading and using a Notepad replacement yourself, watch this home computing how-to.

How To: Draw a happy cartoon monkey

Looking for a really good lesson on how to draw cartoon animals? Look no further. From Toonseum, Pittsburgh's museum of cartoon art, learn how to draw an adorable cartoon monkey, suitable for any cartoon strip or drawing! Get skilled in the cartooning department with help from an expert!

How To: Wear white pants

Wearing white pants can be tricky; Many times white pants are not flattering to the body. However, they are a great option to choose from in the summer or springtime to match the light & bright color season. In this video, get some great tips on how to wear white pants: what material, fit, and occasion they are suitable for.

How To: Make a Christmas lantern decoration

In this video, learn how to make a Christmas paper lantern decoration perfect for the next holiday season! Include this festive addition to your next Christmas gathering and show off your do it yourself Xmas spirit to your guests! You can use any paper suitable to your tastes, including beautiful foil papers, newspaper (which can be spray painted) or felt papers.

How To: Make a mini peelable potato for a dollhouse

This video demonstrates how to make mini peelable potatoes for a doll house. Make a small potato shape out of polymer clay. Scrape some brown pastel chalk into a dish and roll the potato shape in the dust until it is covered. Bake your potato in the oven according to your polymer clay instructions. When it is baked, cut the potato with a razor blade. Be very careful because it is quite hard to cut and you don't want to cut yourself. Place the cut potatoes into a suitable small dish. Take some...

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines: Mission 6

See how to infiltrate the Limassol Castle and kill Frederick "The Red" in Mission 6 on the Sony PSP. Guards patrol almost every corner of the Limassol Castle Courtyard, and soldiers armed with sturdy-looking shields block the normal route into the castle. Looks like you will have to find an alternate way. That path reveals itself quickly enough in the form of protruding pieces of bricks along the wall, allowing Altair to gain suitable height above the ground. Jump on the merchant stand roof f...

How To: Pierce paper with a template

This video demonstrates making a paper piercing and cutting project using a template or stencil. The demonstration produces a frame with decorative piercings and cuttings. The frame shown is suitable for scrapbooking, card making or other paper crafts.

How To: Create an old faded newspaper effect in Photoshop

The video is about how an old stalled photographic image with faded backgrounds to a normal image. A nice clean digital image is taken and is mixed with a texture of a paper and produces a final composite image of all effects combined. The procedure is not that difficult but it needs to be followed in a proper order. First the paper texture is taken as a base and then the clean digital image is dragged onto this texture. The blending mode is adjusted from normal to multiplied blending mode, w...

How To: Use SketchUp to model for Google Earth

This 3D software modeling tutorial series shows you step by step how to create a suitable model for Google Earth within SketchUp. The series will start by showing you how to export data from Google Earth to use for reference, how to build and optimize the modle, texture it in Photoshop or Picasa and export and load it to Google Earth.

How To: Hack and control anyone's webcam using Google

Consider this reason 1,001 why we love the internet: Using Google, you can hack into almost any webcam or security cam, in any part of the world and even control the webcam to move around so you can get your full panoramic shot. Don't believe us? Then check out this video tutorial to learn the steps you need to take.