Stash one of these babies in your wallet, and never get locked out again.
I mean, provided you have any idea how to use lockpicking tools. No? Me neither. Luckily Adafruit has our back with a video on getting started with the lockpick card.
You have to practice spray painting. This came as a surprise to me, my sophomore year of college, my first year of art school, when I was trying to spray paint my Piet Mondrian-inspired birdhouse for Intro to 3D Design on the sidewalk outside my dorm during a very cold March. I guess I thought spray paint was magic — that it automated the process of painting — but I found out that wasn’t true, and that I didn’t know how to use spray paint at all.
Many projects later, I am a master spraypainter. I paint coatracks and shoes and art work and bones, and I really think this is one of the most valuable DIY skills I have. Being able to finish up a spray paint job with no drips or ripples can make the difference between a ruined project and one I LOVE. Having a good grasp of this skill means anything in my house can be ANY EFFING COLOR I WANT.
Let me teach you the right way to use a can of spray paint.
He is genius. Pop him in a fat orange, turn the handle (to rip up the fruit’s precious guts…it’s hard for me to stop anthropomorphizing) and sip!
Mmmmmm, orange guts!
My dude and I just bought a house, and we’re moving up from only owning what fit in our car. Now: what, exactly, will we need?
Like your yogurt thick and creamy, but don’t like the price of luxury brands like Fage? It’s super simple to make a no-effort strainer — and your own awesome yogurt.
Check it: the DIY movement can help us learn to cut our consumption and make more conscientious buying decisions.
Let’s jam on online design tools — they’re SUPER helpful when you’re planning decor, because how else are you going to figure out how to make your furry bean bag collection compliment a bright pink Space Invaders wall?