Have you ever experienced the problems with wrinkles when you have glued two or more sheets of paper together? Want to know how to avoid it? Then just watch this video from Sea Lemon and learn! It turns out that moisture is the problem, but if you know what materials to use, you can make this problem go away. So if you do any craft with paper and glue, do yourself a favor and watch this video!
We have all seen wood objects with rounded shapes, that’s nothing new. But when the grain of the wood shows that this piece was not just sawed into shaped but bent into shape, it starts turning heads. Bending wood? Surely something as hard as wood can’t possibly be bent can it? Ooh yes it can, and it’s not that hard to do either! Steve Ramsey knows exactly how it’s done, and he made this video to demonstrate it. In this case he makes a holder for a razor, but you could make almost anything out of your bent wood like coat hangers, bracelets, decorations and even large things like furniture. So watch this and let your imagination run wild!
Did you think a hot glue gun was only for assembling objects together? Ooh my, what little you know. A hot glue gun can be used for so much more, like making a textured surface or even making parts! Basically, with a steady hand and some patience, you could even use a hot glue gun as a manual 3D printer! Sounds like bovine feces? Well if you don’t believe us, just watch this video from SonicDadDotCom and believe your eyes. In this particular tutorial, the texture and nails for a werewolf glove is made, but that is just the beginning. Just grab your trusty hot glue gun and start practicing. Before you know it you’ll be making gears, wheels, ornaments and much more!
Who among us doesn’t have an increasing heap of plastic shopping bags? Well, what should we do with them? You could throw them away, use them for garbage or… make beautiful artworks out of them! With just waxed paper and an iron, you too can make such beautiful and mesmerizing objects of art as Joshua Allen Harris has done in this video. While this isn’t a tutorial per se, it serves as a constant reminder that what we usually see as cheap, disposable and crappy, can be used to make gorgeous objects. And if you wish to make your own inflatables, we will soon add a video on just how to weld plastic bags together. So keep checking our website!