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How To: Use a woodland toilet or tree bog

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use a woodland toilet or tree bog. To use a woodland toilet, it is the same as using a regular toilet except it does not involve flushing. The waste goes into the hole in the base. The woodland toilets are located in clear and open areas for easy access. Every hour, users will need to pour down sawdust to help decompose the waste and prevent the smell. Do not pour too much sawdust down the toilet at once. This video will benefit hose viewers who ar...

How To: Make a Christmas card using Cricut Winter Woodland

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a Christmas card using Cricut Winter Woodland. The card is 4 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches and it has a picture of a deer and the word "Joy". On page 56 you will find the picture of a deer. Cut it out at 4 1/2 inches and the word "Joy" is on page 78. Cut it out at 1 1/4 inch. Use the snow flake punch to cut out a snow flake. From "The Winter Matstack" choose a paper that has some snowflakes on it. Then you can cut out thin strips of some or...

How To: Fell and sned a tree

Woodland areas provide a personal forest where you can ramble about and relax. This video tutorial teaches you how to chop down a tree in your woodland area and what to do with trunk afterwards. First, you'll need to have the tools and proper safety equipment. Next, thin the trees to allow more light and encourage growth. Then use your chainsaw to cut a gap on the side of the tree that you want the trunk to fall. Finally, sned the tree by cutting off branches and reducing it to manageable 2 m...

How To: Make Cricut winter woodland trees

Cardcrazy09 teaches you how to create green woodland Cricut trees. You cut two pieces of the tree. Each one has a slid, on the top and bottom and you glue them together. You can also add glitter as snow. What you can do is smear it with a white ink pad to make it look frosted. The cardinal in the tree is made out of three pieces that you cut and stick together. A red body, yellow legs and brown face is all that's needed. After that, you just stick in the tree for the complete look.

How To: Make a snowflake card using Cricut Winter Woodland

In this video, we learn how to make a snowflake card using Cricut Winter Woodland. You can find the snowflake on page 35 of the manual, then cut it at 3.5", cutting it four times to make it thick and chunky. The top of the card can be run through the Cuttlebug with a snowflake design, and the bottom can have a holiday snowflake print. The sentiment should say "let it snow" and you can place a green bow in the center next to the thick snowflake you make. You can write what you wish on the insi...

How To: Make a ice skater card using Cricut Winter Woodland

Make a simple, elegant card using Winter Woodland. Go to page 50 of manual. Cut tag and skater at 3 inches. Use 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock and cut vertically to 4 1/4 inch. Fold from top to bottom. Round corners of cardstock and red matte. Make red matte 4x5. Run red matte through cutter bug using swirls folder. Insert between two plates and run through. Place black grosgrain ribbon down the center. Stick to front of card. Glue skater to background. Place square crystals around skater. Create and p...

News: Locations Where 'Look Around' Works Right Now in iOS 13's Apple Maps

Look Around in Apple Maps gives you a high-resolution 3D view of roads, buildings, and other imagery in an interactive 360-degree layout. We haven't had anything like this in Apple Maps since iOS 5 when Google's Street View was incorporated. Now, in iOS 13, seven years later, we have street-level views again, only better. But Look Around isn't available everywhere yet.

How To: Use parking assist mode in the 2010 Prius

Learn how to use the parking assist mode in the new 2010 Toyota Prius in simple steps. Press the Intelligent parking assist button located under the power button when you park you car. Now select the type of parking you want to park your car which is either parallel parking or back in mode. For the parallel parking stay 3 feet away from the vehicle to your right and stop when you hear a beep. Press OK when ready, release the steering and gently control the speed as the system will steer for y...

How To: Con an Electronic Parking Meter into Unlimited Parking

Need to save a few quarters for laundry? Then skip paying at the parking meter when you're out and about. The video below will show you how to con your way out giving up your hard-earned coins at a city parking meter. With this trick, you'll get unlimited time. It works by simply holding a quarter in the slot for a long, long time. This will create an error in the electronic parking meter system, causing an "out of order" sign to appear, which means... free parking!

Walkthrough Left 4 Dead 2: C5, The Parish - Park

Check out this L4D2 walkthrough for some tips on Campaign 5: The Parish - Park. Stock up on items and exit via the door right next to the one you entered. Clear out any zombies and work your way up the large staircase into the park. Be prepared to deal with a likely Crescendo event in the plaza here. Pick a one of the staircases to climb up and enter the park. The restrooms near the entrance of the park usually contain a throwable item or two. For more info, watch the whole gameplay.

How To: Play "Crawling" by Linkin Park on piano

Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to play "Crawling" by Linkin Park on the piano. The instructions include the scale, key signature, and chord breakdowns. Intermediate pianists will have no trouble learning how to play Linkin Park's "Crawling" on the piano after watching this helpful how-to video.

How To: Play "Numb" by Linkin Park on piano

Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to play "Numb" by Linkin Park on the piano. The instructions include the scale, key signature, and chord breakdowns. Intermediate pianists will have no trouble learning how to play Linkin Park's "Numb" on the piano after watching this helpful how-to video.

How To: Build your K'NEX Pirate Ship Park

K'NEX is one of the most popular construction toys on the market, right next to Lincoln Logs and LEGOs, but what makes K'NEX stand out is the fact that children can build mechanically derived toys. Instead of blocks or little logs, kids use interconnecting plastic rods and connectors, which give them tons of contraptions to build and play with. Today, K NEX has even more possibilities with wheels, pulleys, panels and flexi-rods to make amusement park roller coasters, airplanes, animals, bikes...

How To: Find a Sweet Parking Spot at Peak Times (Then Locate Your Car Afterwards)

Living in Los Angeles has taught me one thing—parking is a luxury. If you are lucky enough to find street parking anywhere near your desired location, do not pass it up thinking you will get an even closer one. It does not exist. Looking for free parking? Get real. You can't even park at a busted meter in Los Angeles, despite state law saying otherwise. Now, finding a good parking spot is not just relevant for Los Angeles, but for other large cities and any other crowded areas, be it a shoppi...

How To: Play "In the End" by Linkin Park

Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to play "In the End" by Linkin Park on the piano. The instructions include the scale, key signature, and chord breakdowns. Intermediate pianists will have no trouble learning how to play Linkin Park's "In the End" on the piano after watching this helpful how-to video.

How To: Play "Faint" by Linkin Park on piano

Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to play "Faint" by Linkin Park on the piano. The instructions include the scale, key signature, and chord breakdowns. Intermediate pianists will have no trouble learning how to play Linkin Park's "Faint" on the piano after watching this helpful how-to video.

How To: Parallel park your car

Can you properly parallel park your car? Well follow along as we are given instructions on what to do. -It is best to begin practicing parallel parking when there are no obstacles and then trying with plenty of space between cars. -Eventually you will be confident enough to squeeze into even the tightest of parking spots. -Remember to always go slowly and adjust your car if necessary. -Always indicate which direction you will be turning by using your signal. -When the space is empty pull up b...

How To: Draw a cartoon park ranger

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw a cartoon park ranger with Bob Ostrom. Start off by drawing two eyes touching each other, and a nose coming off of the second eye. Next, draw a large mouth for the smile, and now draw the head around the character. Draw ears on, then give her a park ranger hat and long hair. Next, draw a neck coming down from the head, then draw the chest and arms. Draw a park ranger shirt onto her and a badge as well. Keep drawing down until you make the legs and shoes....

How To: Use rear parking assist on a 2010 Toyota 4Runner

One of the many features that comes with the 2010 Toyota 4Runner is Rear Parking Assist. To use this feature, press the button to the left of the steering wheel that is marked P. The system will beep and the green LED will be lit, confirming that the feature is turned on. When the car is put into reverse, the parking assist will start beeping. As the car gets closer to an object, the beeping will gradually get faster and faster. When the car becomes very close to an object, the beeping will b...

How To: Make Kyle from South Park your Call of Duty: Black Ops playercard emblem

Forget the callsigns and titles from previous Call of Duty video games, Black Ops gives you something new to play with— playercards. Playercards allow you to create virtually any emblem you can possible think of because they're fully customizable, and emblem images can be colored, moved, rotated, flipped, resized and stacked on top of each other, with up to 12 emblem images layered at once. And if you're making Kyle Broflovski from South Park your playercard emblem, you'll need all 12 layers!

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