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How To: Make a triangular tri-fold greeting card

Make a triangle tri-fold card, demonstrated in this video using CTMH products. You'll need fancy cardstock and a paper cutter. Follow along with the step by step instructions and adapt them to make a card just the way you want the card to look. Watch this video card-making tutorial and learn how to craft a triangular tri-fold greeting card.

How To: Grill beef tri-tip

It is barbecue season and it is time to take out those grills. Watch this how to video as our host chef shows you how to grill beef tri-tip. Tri-tip is delicious when it is cooked to perfection. Learn to grill it just right.

How To: Make a tri-fold shutter card

This tri-fold card idea can be used to make an assortment of great cards for any occasion. This card design may look a bit difficult but in reality it isn't at all. Once you get your card in the accordion fold you are ready to decorate. This video will demonstrate how to fold your card stock into this awesome fold design and make a tri-fold shutter card for any occasion. This scrapbooking design will awe whomever you share it with, just make sure to decorate it to the tee.

How To: Make simple tri-fold cards

Learn how to make simple tri-fold cards with these instructions. What you will need: -5 1/2" by 11" cardstock paper -Scorer -Scissors and paper cutter -Pencil and Ruler What to do: -Score the cardstock to 3" by 7 1/4" -Using the 3 3/4" flap, from the corner measure 2 1/2" and mark with a pencil. -Repeat on the horizontal side of the cardstock. -Cut the corners using the marks as your guide. -Round the pointed end with your scissors. -Fold the card at the score line. -Embellish your card as de...

How To: Make a tri-fold wallet from duct tape

Don't have the cash to spend on a brand new leather wallet? Why not make one out of duct tape? All you need is a pair of scissors and a roll of duct tape (specifically the "thinner" "cheaper" kind, as DuctTapeStuff explains makes for an easy-folding wallet). By following these easy folding instructions, you'll have yourself your very own unique duct tape wallet complete with bill fold, credit card slots, coin pouch and more.

How To: Cook gypsy A1 BBQ

In order to prepare Gypsy A-1 Barbecue Ribs, you will need the following: ribs, tri-tip, black pepper, seasoned salt, cayenne pepper, onion powder, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, paprika, brown sugar, honey, vinegar, molasses, ketchup, mustard, and garlic powder.

How To: Create a 4x4 tri-fold mini album

This video explains how to create a 4z4 tri-fold mini album. The first step is to score your designer paper at four inches and then fold along the score mark. The previous step is completed three more times until you have four score marks along your paper. Three separate pieces of paper are then cut measured at three and half inches. Your chosen picture is then glued into the center of your original twelve inch panel. using the three individual pieces of paper you must glue them around the pi...

How To: Build a hand held steadicam

Don't take shaky footage? Make a homemade steadicam and use it to prevent jumpy shots. You will need two lawn mower wheels, nuts, PVC pipe, a tri pod head, a bar, wood, and zip ties. Watch this video cinematography tutorial and learn how to build a hand held steadicam from simple materials.

How To: Make Santa Maria style BBQ tri-tip

Mr. Paul Righetti teaches us a Santa Maria BBQ tritip lesson. The beauty of Santa Maria Style barbecue is that it delivers big flavors while being relatively easy to prepare. You can even take some flavorful shortcuts with Santa Maria Style Barbecue products by Susie Q,s Brand and Cowboy Flavor, among others. So fire up the grill and let'€™s get started!

How To: Make a tri-shutter birthday card w/ Cricut Paper Pups

The queen of cute cards CardCrazy09, shows viewers how to make an adorable tri-fold card using products from Die Cuts with a View (Pet Stacks) and products from the Cricut personal die cutting machine and the Gypsy portable design studio. CardCrazy09 demonstrates how she used two cartridges from the Cricut in her design, the Doodle Charms and Paper Pups cartridges. She also shows how using the Gypsy Portable Design Studio allows card making gurus to size their designs to scale. CardCrazy09 sp...

How To: Lubricate bicycle chains and gears & adjust its brakes

Keeping your bike in shape is the only thing that could help keep you in shape. Once its done, you have to pay tons of money to get it fixed, and in the meantime, you're off your bicycle, sitting on your couch, eating potato chips. To avoid this problem, a little bicycle maintenance goes a long way for the health of both you and your bike. This video will show you how to simply lubricate your bike (chains, gears, derailleur) with Tri-Flow and adjust the brakes.

How To: Embed lights into a colorful brooch with LilyPad

Get started with the LilyPad Arduino! It's a sewable microcontroller that lets you embed lights, sounds, sensors, and much more into your wearables, perfect for clothing and accessories. In this Make Magazine intermediate, soft circuit, video tutorial, you'll see how to sew up this little colorful brooch using a LilyPad tri-color LED and three small potentiometers for a customizable color wardrobe embellishment. Get the details.

How To: Make HUGE Soap Bubbles

Learning to make giant bubbles for this video has been the most fun I've had with a project in a long time. It's addicting to try to get them to grow bigger and bigger than the ones before. Since filming this video, my skill has improved tremendously and the bubbles you're about to see, though spectacularly big, are dwarfed by what I've made since. Everyone loves to watch. This is definitely one project that will draw a crowd!

How To: Replace the battery on the Microsoft Zune HD

Repairs Universe demonstrates how to replace the battery on a Microsoft Zune HD. First, use a tri-ring screwdriver to remove the four screws on the back of the Zune. Then, remove the back cover. Next, remove the bottom cover by using your fingers to gently push it off. Then, use a T-5 screwdriver to remove the four screws on the back of the Zune. Release three ribbon cables from their pop connections with a safe pry tool. Use the pry tool to also release the battery from the Zune. Lift the mo...

How To: Carve a Halloween Jack-o-lantern pumpkin

This collection of videos will show you, step by step, how to carve a tri-colored pattern into a foam pumpkin. The first video has an introduction, a greeting, and will show you the tools that will be used. Then follow along with the pumpkin carving, shading, and skinning processes in the rest of the instructional videos. Check out this video tutorial series and learn how to carve an elaborate Halloween Jack-o-Lantern.

How To: Take apart the Microsoft Zune HD

This video shows you how to take apart a Microsoft Zune HD. To take it apart, you will need a tri-wing screwdriver. Using the screwdriver, remove the four screws at the corners. Once the screws are removed, you can easily remove the back cover. To remove the bottom cover, slide it off with your fingers. Next use a T5 screwdriver to remove the three screws, one on each side and one in the middle. There is one more tiny screw near the bottom that has to be removed. Using a prying tool to remove...

News: Android 4.4.3 Update Rolling Out Now for the Nexus 5

It appears that the next iteration of KitKat, Android 4.4.3, is fast approaching. If the past is any indication, today's update to the Nexus 5 software changelog on Sprint's website tells us a new version of Android will begin rolling out within 24 hours. Sprint has broken the news of a forthcoming Android release twice in the past. With 4.4.1 and 4.4.2, a mini-changelog was posted on the Sprint website about a day before Google began pushing updates to its Nexus devices.

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