Sure, the toy itself is cool, but half the fun of a Hatchimal is the surprise. This tutorial shows you how to make your own version of a "Hatchimal" with papier mache. Your kids will know the difference, but it's a fun project nonetheless.
The Raspberry Pi has long been the hobbyist choice for DIY electronics projects. The Raspberry Pi Zero, which is about the size of a stick of gum, is relatively cheap and has it's own special use cases though. Here are ten of our favourite projects that make use of its size.
Video: Floating shelves are a great way to add some shelving to your house without taking up a ton of space. YouTuber DIY Creators shows off how to build one without having to spend too much on materials.
A pop-up boot shelf is handy for increasing your storage space and separating delicate items (like eggs or chips) from heavy ones that could damage them when shifting in the boot, but not every car comes with a shelf. Here's how you can make your own with just a few supplies and a little effort.
If you wish your old, non-network printer could be accessible from anywhere in the house, PiMyLifeUp has a guide for turning a Raspberry Pi into a print server, making that old dump printer accessible from anywhere.
Instructables is a great site for finding neat projects or learning new skills, but locating quality content can be hit and miss. If you want an alternative to digging around, you can always hit up "Instructables Classes", a curated section full of fantastic, well-produced video tutorials.
Ever wanted to own a music player that plays one random song at a time? Probably not, because that's ridiculous. Regardless, it's a fun project, and over on Hackster.io, DIYer Alain Maur shows off how to build it.