I had a small soft, fluffy pink bathrope that my daughter had outgrown, and some stuffing from a cheap ikea pillow that got torn apart during washing. I cut off the seams, and tried to get the most I could out of the material, and and ended up with two cute Japan-inspired teddybears and a… Fortsett å lese DIY: Upcycling a childrens bathrobe into a cuddly bear
A picture of my first experiment with creating an acoustic laptop, which basically is miked wooden box with a interesting soundgenerating objects inside. Really easy to make, all you need is a piezo element (you’ll find them in those cheap birtdaycards that play music, or you can order them online. The piezo element is soldered… Fortsett å lese DIY: My first “acoustic laptop”
Simple DIY project, using two empty tin cans, the back covers of two old issues of Computer arts, and the roots from tall grasses growing at our local beach to tied it all together. Doesn’t get much greener than this :) [flickr_set id=”72157625126294084″]
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This is a good project to do with kids. Just start gathering bits and pieces of junk in a box, or clean out a few drawers, and you soon have enough raw material to create your own little eco warrior tribe! Any material can be used. On the creature above we have a wine cork… Fortsett å lese Tiny Eco Warriors #1-5
5 minutes with a pair of sissors and permanent marker, and VOILA! You have a new facial ornament!
See it on Flickr I made this cute little vibrobot today, with some spare parts I had lying around. Got inspired by an old Makezine article, and decided to smack it together. It turned out pretty cool actually, it hums around like a happy little bug. I gave it a cute nose with a potentiometer,… Fortsett å lese Deadly cute DIY Vibrobot!