Cut Stars for Can Shell Aerial Fireworks

How To : Cut stars for can shell aerial fireworks

With this video tutorial and with help from a little black powder, you'll know all you need to make small can shells for some awesome aerial fireworks. Another tip is, if you over-wet the mix by mistake you just need to wait several hours before cutting. This video actually ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (01/11 - 01/17)

WonderHowTo is made up of niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. This week has been an exciting one. The com ...more

How To : Make a one-inch aerial firework shell

See how to make a one-inch aerial firework shell, great for any pyrotechnic party. With a little mix of gold powder and black powder, you can have some awesome aerial shells. To make the stars for inside the shell, it will be a mix of meal powder (75%), magnalium powder (10%), ...more

How Fireworks Work : Design, Performance, & Chemistry

At a very early age, I would go on summer camping trips. I remember every night being handed a pack of sparklers that were my own, to swing around wildly, which gave me many valuable life lessons on cause and effect. My curiosity with fireworks grew continually throughout my ...more

How To : Make black powder fireworks stars

On the 4th of July you always see fireworks that are stars. This video shows how to make your own fireworks stars. You will need: Black powder ( there is another video which shows you how to make black powder) Alcohol (94%) Spoon Ruler Plate to mix ingredients on Put ap ...more

How To : Make homemade tiger tail stars fireworks

This video shows how to make homemade tiger tail stars fireworks. We need dextrin, Potassium nitrate (Kno3)(saltpeter),gloves,Charcoal,Ruler for cutting the stars, Bowl, mixing bowl, Paper towel for cleaning up. Start by Weighing 44 gms of Kno3,6 gms of Sulpher,44 gms of Charc ...more

Review : Street Fighter IV Champion Edition Is a Knock Out

Full disclosure — I have almost zero Street Fighter experience. The first time I played the game was at Barcade, way back in ... 2017. Yes, to the shame of gamers everywhere, this reviewer is a Street Fighter noob. Fortunately, my inexperience does nothing to hinder my apprec ...more

Pop Rocks Recipes : Add Some Fireworks to Your Food

If you're a child of the '70s, then you'll probably remember Pop Rocks, those fizzy little candies that created such a buzz. They went out of style in the States for a while, but now they're back with retro status. I was surprised to see them in my kids' Halloween bags a few y ...more

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