Camping stoves aren't outrageously expensive, but if you find yourself in need of one where you can't buy it, Make shows you how to build your own with a bunch of off the shelf stuff.
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Whether you have just bought your first home and can’t afford to decorate yet, or you are renting and therefore aren’t allowed to decorate, don’t worry! You don’t have to spend a fortune to turn your house into a home; it is actually the little things that really make the biggest difference. Here six tips that will add a personal, welcoming touch to your abode...
Today, America's most infamous burger outlet -- Carl's Jr -- opened its first restaurant in Australia. Unfortunately, it's located way out on the central coast of NSW. If you're keen to try these extra-thick burgers but don't fancy a trip to Bateau Bay, you need this mouth-watering DIY recipe from fast-food demystifier Todd Wilbur.
A few years ago, the office printer was in danger of becoming a dusty relic from a bygone era; like a floppy disk trying to stay relevant in an all-digital world. Then "3D" happened. All of a sudden, printers are one of the hottest and fastest-growing technologies on the planet and it's all thanks to the third dimension. Here are ten ways 3D printing is improving how we work and live.
Over the past few days, you may have seen the above monstrosity pop up on your social media feed. It's known as the KFC Double Down Dog: a cheese-smothered hot dog stuffed inside a deep-fried chicken patty. Like moths to a flame, we were irresistibly drawn to this greasy portent of mankind's destruction: it was something we just had to try ourselves. Unfortunately, it's currently only available in the Philippines. Time for a little DIY innovation, methinks...
There's nothing quite like playing classic video games on their original systems. Unfortunately, this can cause serious space issues beneath your TV; especially if you're a hardcore collector. Here's a simple solution from IKEA Hackers that will allow you to proudly keep your consoles on display -- as it should be.
The problem with most mobile gardening apps is that they tend to be created overseas. This means that a lot of the horticultural tips and plant species are irrelevant to Aussies. Antipodean gardening company Yates is looking to buck this trend with My Garden, a free mobile gardening app that has been specifically developed for Australians and New Zealanders.
Most of us aren't talented enough to create full-sized murals without going down the Pro Hart food-tossing route. If you'd prefer something a little less avant-garde, try using a projector to trace a Louvre-worthy masterpiece on your wall -- no artistic skills required!
Sick of dealing with wallets that get a bit, well, funky when they're wet? Looking for something a bit sturdier but still stylish? Instructables has an easy-to-follow guide to turning a sturdy plastic shopping bag into a wallet, using only a few needles stitches and a piece of double-sided tape. For those who get nylon wallet envy but don't want to swing the cash for one, it's a pretty unique solution, and a guaranteed conversation-starter. Shopping Bag Wellet
Need an on-the-go, no-time-to-iron solution for wrinkled clothes, but loathe paying a premium for spray bottles of liquid wrinkle releaser? The TipNut blog has a recipe for a homebrew version. Pour one teaspooon of liquid fabric softener and one cup of water (distilled, preferably) into a spray bottle with a nozzle that can produce a fine mist, shake it up, and, just as with the commercial stuff, apply it to a small patch first to make sure it won't stain or discolour. The bonus is that you can halve the mixture if you want to save room while traveling, which is when this magic elixir really comes in handy. Hit the link below for more iron-less tips for smoothing out clothes. Photo by sometimesdee. DIY & Homemade Wrinkle Release Tips