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How to make a toy car go with a balloon

How to make a toy car go with a balloon

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-13Views:130

Making a balloon-powered car is an interesting way to create a toy out of recyclable materials available around your home. It will teach children lessons about science and what is necessary to makes things move. You can show groups of children how to[More]

How to Record a Song With Virtual DJ

How to Record a Song With Virtual DJ

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-12Views:130

Virtual DJ is software for computer-based audio and video mixing and recording. Virtual DJ allows you to mix, and then record, a session to a .WAV or .MP3 file on the computer's hard drive. You can listen to the song in Virtual DJ, or save it and edi[More]

How to set up a bank account for euros

How to set up a bank account for euros

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-12Views:130

Europe consists of 50 countries. The European Union has 27 members, of which 16 have adopted the euro as their currency (as of 2010). Setting up a bank account for euros means that credit and debit cards can be used in any of the member countries wit[More]

How to Install a GTA Robot Mod

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-12Views:130

There are many popular PC video games available. Grand Theft Auto is one of these games. Playing video games on your PC gives you the benefit of adding modifications called "Mods" to your game. Mods expand the items and game play options of the[More]

How to Test the Ground When Wiring Car Electronics

How to Test the Ground When Wiring Car Electronics

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-11Views:130

Installing car electronics may be complicated, but most electronics come with clear and concise directions. Following those directions simplifies the process but for peace of mind, testing the wiring prior to installation ensures that the installatio[More]

Hub motor controller types

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-11Views:130

Modern engineers are recycling an old technology for use in electric cars and bikes. Frederick Porsche introduced the world's first electric car with individual hub motors at the 1900 Paris World's Fair. The technology is being revisited because it b[More]

How to make a world globe craft

How to make a world globe craft

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-08Views:130

For young children, a hands-on craft project in the form of a world globe can provide reinforcement of key map concepts. As they paint or draw the continents and oceans, have the students label each one. With proper adult planning and the right suppl[More]

How to Tie a Pendant

How to Tie a Pendant

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-08Views:130

Make sure your necklace pendant never gets lost by tying it to the cord. There are a few methods you can use to tie the pendant to your necklace string or cord, but the one you need to use depends on the type of pendant you have. For a loop pendant o[More]

How do I adjust salice hinges?

How do I adjust salice hinges?

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-08Views:130

Many cabinets use a salice hinge to connect the cabinet doors to the cabinet. Salice hinges are embedded in the cabinet door, providing a clean look to your cabinets. The salice hinge has three locations to adjust the cabinet door. All adjustments to[More]

How to identify civil war uniform gold cufflinks

How to identify civil war uniform gold cufflinks

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-08Views:130

Identifying authentic gold cufflinks from the Civil War is not difficult, but it can be time consuming. Gold cufflinks from the Civil War are rare items of interest. They were worn by high ranking officers and only at special occasions such as ceremo[More]

How to Make Afghan Herbal Incense

How to Make Afghan Herbal Incense

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-06Views:130

Used to induce states of deep peace and relaxation, Afghan herbal incense is thick and strongly scented -- made from a combination of three different trees. There are several ways to make incense at home using simple instruments and ingredients, but[More]

Tulle petticoat directions

Tulle petticoat directions

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-06Views:130

A tulle petticoat is a lightweight, full skirt that goes underneath another skirt or dress to give it volume. These days, there aren't many reasons to wear a petticoat. If you need one, it is most likely to go under a ballet or play costume. Most peo[More]

How to Make an Origami Kimono Doll

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-05Views:130

Origami kimono dolls are Japanese paper dolls made by folding pieces of origami paper and fastening the individual parts together. Unlike traditional origami paper figures, which employ interlocking folds to hold the parts together, kimono dolls are[More]

How to Make Japanese Wind Chimes

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-04Views:130

Japanese wind chimes are a popular image in anime, which is how many Americans have come to be familiar with them. Known collectively as "furin" (literally translated as "wind bell") they bear a slight resemblance to a Western bell, bu[More]

Cancer patient grants

Cancer patient grants

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-04Views:130

For patients living with cancer, paying for medical, transportation or even prescription costs can be quite prohibitive. Many cancer societies and organisations offer grant funds to individuals to assist them in paying for these extra expenses. Grant[More]

Corvette Bad Fuel Pressure Regulator Symptoms

Corvette Bad Fuel Pressure Regulator Symptoms

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-04Views:130

The Corvette was introduced by Chevrolet in 1953 and was one of the first American cars to have a fuel injection system in 1957. The fuel injection system brought with it problems such as controlling the fuel pressure. Too high fuel pressure causes t[More]

How to Use Computer Amplified Speakers With Televisions

How to Use Computer Amplified Speakers With Televisions

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-03Views:130

If you're not satisfied with the sound of your television's speakers, there's a simple way to improve the audio that requires only a minimal investment of time and money. While we associate amplified computer speakers with desktop personal computers,[More]

How to Make a Paint Chip Sample Mosaic

How to Make a Paint Chip Sample Mosaic

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-03Views:130

Découpage techniques can turn paint-chip samples into a custom mosaic for display in your living room. A simple design involves creating straight rows out of different colour samples. Lay out the individual pieces of each row in random colour order,[More]

How to Tie an Hermes Bow?

How to Tie an Hermes Bow?

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-03Views:130

Hermes has been recognised for over one hundred years as one of the leaders in fashion and is most well known for its scarves. The distinctive silk scarves often carry an emblem of a rope and anchor, or the logo of Hermes itself -- a horse and carria[More]

2007 Honda Civic Specs

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2016-11-02Views:130

The 2007 Honda Civic is a four-door car released in 2006. Originally priced between £9,100 and £13,650, the car retains a value of up to £10,400 as of late 2010. Though smaller than some four-door cars, the Civic seats up to five passengers. Before d[More]

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If, in 1922, Emily Post was already lamenting the "flagrant disregard of old-fashioned convention" for sending and replying to formal invitations, what would she think today? Though fewer and fewer individuals are familiar with formal etiquette, ther [More]
A price cannot be placed on the security of our pet friends. As pet ownership climbs, the money being spent on pet tags rises. Pet owners desire these tags, as one of the only means to have their pet friends returned in the event that they are lost. [More]
The dreadful sound of the seat belt reminder can provoke road rage. The reminder sounds to let you know that you have not properly restrained yourself in your Chevrolet Silverado. In some instances--for example, if you live on a large acreage and hav [More]
Keeping the mixer on the kitchen counter ready to use avoids the inconvenience of having to pull it out of a cupboard and plug it in every time you need it. Unfortunately, while this saves time in food preparation, keeping the mixer on the counter to [More]
A stuck disk drive on an Xbox 360 can usually be fixed at home. Just like a computer, the Xbox 360’s drive may become stuck or refuse to open for no reason at all. If that happens, restart the computer system. The drive may get loose on its own and n [More]
Regardless of what kind of digital spacecraft image you want to make, you can likely make it in GIMP--The GNU Image Manipulation Program, a free alternative to Adobe Photoshop. You can use the advanced editor to design intricate spaceships using vari [More]
You can make your own interactive desktop background using Flash software and a Windows feature known as Active Desktop, which permits you to customise items on your computer's desktop. You can also place your HTML file or Flash file on the wallpaper [More]
Potted evergreen trees add a splash of colour to a patio, a balcony, or the front steps. Even trees that would normally grow to large sizes are suitable for container growth---the pot restricts root growth, which, in turn, restricts the growth of the [More]
A girl's 16th birthday "symbolises the beginning of womanhood" and "originates from the debutante seasons in England when young women were introduced to society," according to the Giftypedia website. Paying attention to a few essential items on a Swe [More]
Grab your poodle skirt and horn-rimmed glasses for a '50s party. The decade can inspire several cake design ideas. Whether you're throwing a sock hop, setting up your own '50s soda fountain or celebrating the birthday of someone born in the 1950s, a [More]