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How To: Create scrapbook scenery by tearing paper

Want to create scenery to decorate your scrapbook? You can use torn paper to create this effect cheaply and easily. This video describes how. For example, if you want to create mountains, choose some brown paper, and tear in a jagged pattern, using your finger as a guide. If you want white-capped mountains, tear with the front side facing you. If you don't want white-capped mountains, turn the paper over and tear. You can also create other scenery. The woman in the video creates scenery such ...

How To: Cut an onion without tearing up

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to cut an onion without tearing up. This task is very easy, fast and simple to do. It is recommended that users use a large knife to cut the onion. Begin by peeling the skin off of the onion. Then cut off the bottom root in a circular cut to remove the bulb. This will prevent the onion from releasing the gases that cause eye tearing. Now finish by making vertical and horizontal slices to the onion. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy cooki...

How To: Do a prosthetic skin tear effect

Conner is going to show us how to make a prosthetic skin tearing special effect for use in movies. First you need to get some liquid latex, some coagulated blood, and a paint brush. First paint a layer of liquid latex on the area that you want to have the tear away skin. Once it's dry, peel up one edge of the latex, this should make it easier later on when you want to tear away. Using a low angle and your hand to cover the latex at first, record the actor pulling the 'skin' away. Before the '...

How To: Chop a no-tears onion

Learn the correct way to chop an onion without crying in this quick tutorial. Start by cutting the onion in half. Remove the outer skin leaving the root on the onion. Leaving it one will help to keep the onion together an will keep you from crying. The next step, which might seem a little silly, is to put a spoon in your mouth. This is one method that will keep your eyes from tearing up while you chop the onion. Next, you'll learn how to properly sharpen a knife. Next, you'll learn how to cho...

How To: Perform the tear and repair magic trick

This is a video tutorial on how to perform the torn and restored trick. The effect is that a napkin is torn into several pieces and magically restored to the state it was before. To perform the trick, you need not one, but two napkins and a pen or a straw. Keep the pen in your back pocket. Keep one napkin hidden in your hand in the shape of a ball. While tearing up the other napkin, be careful not to flash the napkin ball in your hand. After you tear up the napkin, roll it into a ball and put...

News: Magic Leap One Teardown Reveals Sophisticated Hardware with Shortish Shelf Life & Low Repairability

One of the primary marketing tactics used by Magic Leap in promoting the Magic Leap One was selling early adopters on the "magic" contained within the device. On Thursday, some of that magic was uncovered as the Magic Leap One was completely disassembled by repair engineers, revealing the delicate innards of the device and detailing how it delivers its augmented reality experiences.

How To: Tear a phone book in half

Tearing a phonebook in half lengthwise might seem like an impossible feat of strength. Yet, the trick was commonly performed by strongmen at fairs, at the beginning of the century, along with bending iron bars, pipes and pans. Tear a phone book in half.

How To: Replace (or install) a widespread bathroom faucet

If your bathroom faucet is old and leaky, it may be time for a replacement. But don't worry about expensive installation cost, because you can install it yourself! It's one of the easiest home maintenance repairs possible. Chrysten Cotney shows you the step-by-step DIY process of successfully tearing out an old faucet and installing a new one. You'll need an adjustable wrench, some plumber's putty and a roll of teflon tape.

How To: Keep your stand up paddle board going straight

When you think of Laird Hamilton, you probably picture him tearing up some ludicrously big wave. But he's got to relax too, and stand up paddle boarding is a great way to do that. It's basically surfing on flat water with a paddle, and in this video Laird Hamilton himself will give you a tip for keeping your board going straight despite the fact that you're only using one paddle.

How To: Format proper & improper fractions in Microsoft Excel

Tearing yourself to pieces trying to format fractions in Microsoft Excel? Give this video tutorial from everyone's favorite YouTube Excel guru, ExcelIsFun, your undivided attention. With it, you'll learn how to format fractional values via the custom number formatting tool in the number tab in the format cells dialog box. This video discusses proper, improper, like, unlike and mixed fractions.

How To: Make a 200mw burning laser

Don't use a perfectly good DVD burner to get your laser that will pop balloons, light matches, and burn stuff. Just buy a laser diode at mfgcn.com and also a laser housing, and you won't be tearing a computer DVD player apart. This is the easy way to make a 200mW burning DVD laser. Use a Mini Maglite and some rechargeable batteries so you don't burn out the laser.

How To: Perform the torn and restored bill magic trick

This is a sweet little magic trick that has you tearing a bill then magically restoring it to it to normal after. Follow the video and see if you can do it yourself! All you need is a normal bill and to know this magic secret! A great Easy Magic Trick. Use this Easy Magic Trick to impress anyone. This Easy Magic Trick is not hard to do.

How To: Get your heart torn out with film effects

In this video we learn how to get your heart torn out with film effects. First, go to the butcher's section of your market and find a gross piece of meat. Then, cut a hole in your shirt and grab some fake plastic blood. Soak the meat in the blood and then place it into the shirt. Have one of your actors push their hand into the shirt and act like they are tearing a heart out. After you do this, have the other actor act like they are in severe pain. This will finish our your heart torn out fil...

How To: Use paper scraps in order to make a paper flower

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a paper flower using paper scraps. To make this, you will need: 3 pieces of small pink scrap paper, 1 piece of small green scrap paper, 1/16" brad, adhesive, hole punch, ink, and a sponge. First, you will draw one different size circle on the 3 sheets of pink paper. Next, draw leaves onto the green scrap paper. Now, start tearing the shapes out of the paper leaving no pencil showing. Crumple the paper up several times, then get your ink and put it on you...

How To: Make a puffed up tissue flower

This video shows you how to make a puff flower ball using tissue paper.Spread out a tissue paper,of any colour,on a table.Keep one of the short ends of the paper,facing you and away from you.Then fold it back and forth,from one short to the other side until the whole of the tissue paper is used up.Fold this into half and release.Take a piece of ribbon and tie it on the center.Give the edges a pointed, partyish look by cutting them using a pair of scissors.Now take a single piece of tissue pap...

How To: Make a grilled cheese sandwich step by step

Learn how to make delicious grilled cheese sandwich in simple steps. You will need: a plate, butter, any kind of bread, any cheese and a pan. 1. First take a slice of bread, add some cheese on top by tearing it into small pieces. 2. Place another slice of bread over it and spread some butter on its top. 3. Now put the bread on a medium heating pan with its butter side at the bottom. 4. Spread some butter on its top and flip it over when its bottom is cooked. 5. Let it cook for about a minute ...

How To: Make a pocket mod or mini-book from a piece of paper

"How to make anything" is going to show you how to create a pocket mod, which is very handy and more elegant then just tearing a sheet of paper and stuffing it into your pocket. This demonstration is going to show you how to create the pocket mod using a regular piece of blank white paper. First, you want to fold the piece of paper "hamburger" style, and then fold each flap back towards the crease. Fold the paper again in half the "hamburger" way and unfold the paper so there's a ridge in the...

How To: Design parallel flower arrangements in a low container

Watch carefully as this florist moves quickly and silently through the process, grabbing a tearing different types of flowers, then putting them together in an ornamental arrangement. He starts first with some somewhat colorless bushy flowers and affixes them low within the container. Thereafter, he takes single stems of purple, yellow, and red flowers arranging them at different heights above the low-lying bushy ones. He keeps the variously colored flowers isolated in their own little area, ...

How To: Make your lawn more environmentally friendly

Eric with Real World Green explains how to make your lawn more environmentally friendly. First, let your grass go dormant in the summer and don't water it as much. When you mow your lawn, consider using a push reel mower. A mower with a gas engine pollutes more than modern cars do. If you are going to use a gas engine mower, keep the blades sharp for a more efficient job. Use a mulching mower, because yard waste takes up a lot of space in landfills. Consider tearing up some of your lawn and p...

How To: Fold a clean fitted sheet

Are you tired of your bed sheets looking like a crumpled mess? How does something this simple turn into something so difficult to achieve properly? Learn how to fold your bed linens neatly and without unsightly creases. The easy to understand video will turn you into a household ace! It will show you secrets to the easiest and most painless ways to keep your bed linens neat, folded, and organized, without tearing your hair out! Learn how to tame the largest sheets with ease. You’ll always hav...

How To: Make a paper design coupon caddy

This video shows you how to make a coupon caddy. It's a convenient and handy way to keep your coupons. You can make the coupon caddies with just a few items from the store. The coupon caddy is a great idea for someone that loves coupons because you can store them in your purse or anywhere without worrying about ripping or tearing them. You can also use this handy holder for receipts or coupons. It's very easy to make and affordable.

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