Iron on Paper

How To : Make iron-on freezer paper stencils to decorate clothing

Learn a fun and easy way to decorate your clothes with these iron-on freezer paper stencils. This video will show you how to create stencils perfect for personalizing aprons, tote bags, or t-shirts. With these stencils you can make thoughtful gifts for all of your loved ones.

How To : Get wax off carpets in five minutes

Getting stubborn wax off carpets can be quick and easy. Watch this HomeServe video tutorial on how to remove candle wax from a carpet using an iron, brown paper and knife in five minutes. Get wax off carpets in five minutes. Click through to watch this video on homeserve.com

How To : Wax a snowboard properly

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to wax a snowboard. The materials required for waxing are: wax (cold, medium or warm temperature), scraper, brush, iron, wax paper, cloth and gloves. Begin by wiping the board with the cloth. Now rub the wax on the board. Then hold the ...more

How To : Create a PCB with the toner transfer method

Need to make a PCB quick? Well, this video tutorial will show you how to create a PCB with the toner transfer method using photo laser paper. This is an "easy and cheap" way to build PCB (printed circuit board) using the toner transfer method. With many papers tried, photo la ...more

Build a Home Arcade Machine : Part 1

Remember the arcades? Were you saddened when they closed up one by one, leaving no outlet to actually go out and socialize while you played video games? With all the home consoles and internet connectivity, gaming has evolved, but the social factor has been eliminated. Sure we ...more

How To : Etch your own circuitboards

A step-by-step how-to video from grooveshark.com explaining how to make your own circuit board or PCB. It's a simple, but long process for copper etching a printed circuit board, so pay attention and pause when needed. You'll need tinsnips, laser printer, copper clad board, g ...more

How To : Screen print holiday snowflake gift wrap with Etsy

This week, Etsy How-Tuesday presents Kari aka ikyoto and Stella aka lookcloselypress of The {NewNew} York Team. Today we're going to learn how to screenprint our own snowflake gift wrap for the holidays. Kari and Stella remind us that recycling paper bags is a great source for ...more

How To : Remove candle wax from carpets easily

The video shows you how to remove candle wax from carpets with ease. All you need are paper towels, an iron, and a butter knife. First, you have to turn the iron on to a medium or high temperature. Next, use the dull side of the knife to dig up the excess wax from the carpet. ...more

How To : Create a hand bag using a plastic bag

Create a hand bag using a plastic bag with this video tutorial. We really have to do something with these plastic bags, it spoils nature so dramatically. So, first we have to cut the bottom of the bag. Try to leave the maximum of the bag intact. Second, cut off the handles, b ...more

How To : Make a messenger bag out of trash bags

Watch this instructional video to learn how to make a messenger bag out of trash bags. All you need to do is melt some trash bags together with an iron and wax paper, stitch them up, and then add some necessary buckles and pack accessories. Join Bre Pettis and Make Magazine fo ...more

How To : Perform gravity filtration in the chemistry lab

Find out how everything in a chemistry lab works, from pipettes to burners to recrystallization to storage. You'll get precise instructions on how to work and perform certain scientific duties in the chem lab, whether it's chemical or just ordinary high school science. Watch ...more

How To : Paint Your Car's Interior for a Two-Tone Look

Painting your car's interior is a great way to enhance your driving surroundings and give you a new plush look. In most cases it can even increase the value of your car when you trade it in or sell it. You could spend hundreds, even thousands for changing or replacing your in ...more

How To : Create a sunprint cork board & jewelry tray

Grace Bonney from Design-Sponge shows how to create a corkboard and tray from sun print fabric (similar to the craft sun print paper, and available at bluesunprints.com). First iron the sun print fabric, far away from a light source. If printing leaves, first flatten them in a ...more

How To : Make mosquito netting using a plastic bag

To make mosquito netting, using a plastic bag, you will need the following: a butane torch or a campfire, a lathe, thumbtacks, and a plastic bags. The holes need to be 2 mm or less. Heat up the lathe. Lay the plastic bag on a flat and protected surface. Run the heated lathe o ...more

How To : Fold a Bird of Paradise with a Napkin

The bird of paradise looks really neat and is surprisingly simple to fold. It makes a great table decoration for that special dinner you have coming up. Just follow the video below: Material You can use all kinds of napkins. In the video, a really cheap paper napkin is used. ...more

How To : Curl your hair with paper bags and no heat

This tutorial will show you how to take something simple like brown paper bags and curl you hair with them. 1) Start off with damp hair, not wet hair because that will soak the paper leaving it useless. 2) Get a few paper brown bags ready. 3) Take your paper bags and strip ...more

How To : Etch a printed circuit board using toner transfer

Making a PCB is very simple; it does not consume a lot of time and the results look professional. After watching this step-by-step how-to video, you will be able to make your own PCB in your workshop using just a few inexpensive materials. Many people use protoboard and point ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Make an iron on transfer for a t-shirt

In this tutorial, we learn how to make an iron on transfer for a t-shirt. The materials you will need are: a printer, an iron, hard surface, transfer paper, and t-shirt! To start, find the art that you want to put on your picture and then you will need to transfer it onto the ...more

How To : Distress patterned paper

Crinkle top part and go over it with distress ink. Do edges front and back. Put extra ink on scallops. Spray with mustard seed and tattered jewels, olive vine and pine cone to add color. Place paper on pocket and iron on both sides. Spray with iridescent gold. Use brush to spr ...more

How To : Remove wax from clothes or material

Elderly woman shows how to get rid of wax stains from clothes or material. Using a sharp knife, paper towels, iron, towel, water, oxygen based stain remover, bowl and a spoon, the woman goes through several easy-to-understand tips in the video. Remove wax from clothes or mater ...more

How To : Add a Non-Stick Surface to a Cast Iron Skillet

Many cooks refer to well-seasoned cast iron skillets as the original non-stick pan. A cast iron skillet is a versatile piece of cookware, going from the top of the stove to the oven with ease, provided the handle is also cast iron. The secret to a non-stick skillet is in the s ...more

How To : Turn old bedsheets into shopping totes

Paper or plastic is a thing of the past; both options are equally terrible for the environment. With this tutorial, learn how to turn your old bed sheets into funky grocery tote bags. You will be the envy of everyone at the store with these adorable, homemade bags. You Will Ne ...more

How To : Make a Nintendo necklace

You will be using a picture of a Nintendo character and perler beads to make the necklace. Start by making an outline of the character using black perler beads. Then begin using colored beads to fill in the character. The color beads allow you to fill in the character and they ...more

How To : Make your own custom t-shirt with screenprint

This video demonstrates how to make your own custom t-shirt. First you start by placing a magazine on the table. First of all stenciled out whatever you want on a freezer paper. Next take the freezer paper shiny side faces down on the writing paper. So now you will be able to ...more

How To : Make brand new paper look antique

Whether it be for a school project or just a funky looking journal or letter, making your paper look antique is very easy. Antique paper is great for invitations, props, unique stationary..lots of things! This tutorial will teach you how to age your brand new paper instantly f ...more

How To : Transfer a painting done on rice paper to silicone

This video shows you how to dry-mount a painting done on rice paper with silicone release paper. This method is to transfer the silicon adhesive film to the backing material first, then take the release paper off and mount the painting on. Artist, Henry Li gives you everything ...more

How To : Make paper from recycled paper

Put a use to all that scrap paper lying around. Learn how to make your own paper out of paper you'd like to recycle with the steps outlined below. Perfect for a stationary project or decorative invitation! You Will Need: • Recycled paper • A blender or food processor • A basi ...more

How To : Build a sugar rocket motor

Did you know that you can make a rocket out of stuff you might already have around the house? In this tutorial, you'll see how to make a candy rocket using PVC pipes, sorbitol (a sugar substitute) and other fairly common household objects. With just a little work, your sugar r ...more

How To : Make picture perfect paper snowflakes

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make a paper snowflake. This is great for the winter. The best way to make a good snowflake is with the way you fold it. Start off with a square piece of paper. Fold the paper into a triangle. Now, fold the triangle along the height ...more

How To : Depot powders and creams

This video explains how to get powder or cream make-up out of the plastic container that it comes in. You can condense your products to take up less space if you remove them from the pots and put them in palettes. The tools you need are a flat iron or other heat source, parchm ...more

How To : Make Nintendo perler bead necklaces

The video tutorial is about creating an 8 or 16 bit Nintendo Character necklace. The first step is to select or search an 8 or 16 bit game character, the person in this video tutorial recommends choosing a sprite (which is a 2D character. Doing online search will help a lot in ...more

How To : Fix a sticky cast iron pan

If your cast iron pan is sticky, you will need to place the pan on top of the stove. Turn the heat on high for 30 seconds to less than one minute. Then, turn it down to medium heat. This will loosen up the oil. Then, you'll need to buff out the creases and the spots. Place a l ...more

How To : Make a sturdy tote from plastic shopping bags

With only a few simple steps, you could be on your way to making an eco-friendly and fashionable tote! Put the plastic bags from grocery and retail stores to creative use by fashioning them into a sturdy tote. Step 1: Collect plastics bags Collect at least 30 clean plastic b ...more

How To : Use the Yudu personal screen printer

CreativeXpress shares a video regarding the usage of the Yudu personal screen printer. Put the plastic foil over the design you want on your t-shirt and turn on the light on the printer. This will cause the design from the page to be transfered onto the foil. Then you simply p ...more

How To : Make a no-sew fabric pet portrait

Lori Marie Johnson shows how to make an easy no-sew fabric portrait of your pet. Materials needed are a photo of pet, tracing paper, freezer paper, thin marker, scissors fabric (ultrasuede, calico, or other lightweight fabric), double-sided adhesive, iron, disappearing-ink mar ...more

How To : Make corn tortillas

What's better than homemade corn tortillas? Follow these simple steps for homemade corn tortillas that will make your guests shout "Ole!" You Will Need: • 2 c. masa harina • Salt • 1 c. warm water • Plastic wrap • A plate • A paper towel • A rolling pin • A large cast ...more

How To : Remove rust stains caused by ironing

Your ironing skills are rusty, and so is your iron. Now you’ve got rust stains on your blouse. What to do? You Will Need * A steel-wool pad * Lemon juice * Water * Cloths or paper towels * Vinegar WARNING: If your fabric is not machine-washable or color-safe, have it professi ...more

How To : Cut fabric

You’ve finally found the perfect fabric for that new dress – don’t let careless cutting ruin your project. You Will Need * Fabric * Laundry detergent * An iron * An ironing board * Sewing chalk * Pins * A pattern * Scissors * Padding for table (optional) * Foam (optional) * Fe ...more

How To : Clean crayon marks off of painted walls

Don’t panic if you’ve got a budding Picasso at home—cleaning crayon off of painted walls is simple. Check out this Howcast video tutorial on how to clean crayon marks off of painted walls. You Will Need * A clean white rag * A clean sponge * Liquid dish detergent * A bowl or ...more

How To : Bleach t-shirt designs

Watch this step by step fashion design tutorial on how to bleach shirt designs. Print out a design onto durable paper and cut out the individual pieces. Iron the shapes in place atop the t-shirt. Place a protective lining on the inside of the shirt. Fill an empty spray bottle ...more

How To : Make invisible ink with milk and an iron

Create a secret message for your friends without anyone knowing what you're up to! You can make some easy invisible ink using just some milk. Write your message in milk-ink using a Q-tip. Then let it dry for at least half an hour. The paper will look normal - only an iron will ...more

How To : Flatten dollar bills with an iron for origami

It doesn't make common sense for most people to use irons on anything other than cloth, but if you'rea (really) careful you can actually employ irons to flatten and straighten paper products, as well. Check out this easy and effective tutorial to learn how to flatten your dol ...more

How To : Make stenciled hand towels

Paige Davis, of Trading Spaces joins Martha to decorate hand towels with stencils. Materials you will need are hand towels (flat weave), sheet of paper, letter stencil, tape, yamping brush, fabric paint and iron. Make stenciled hand towels. Click through to watch this video on ...more

How To : Paint on a t-shirt

Learn how to ‘Paint onto your T-Shirt’ by watching this video. Materials required for this include the following:•Marabu Textil Plus Start Kit – 6 colors included with paint brush•Marabu Metallic Outliner Paints•Crocodile clips•Masking tape•Pencil•Design printed from the compu ...more

How To : Cook Yummy Scallops

Scallops are delicious and make an exotic addition to the dinner table. Luckily, they are not difficult to prepare. Check out this tutorial and learn how to make scallops so good they will impress your friends and family. You Will Need • Scallops • Salt and pepper • Cast-ir ...more

How To : Make crepe paper designs

Martha Stewart and kids editorial director Jodi Levine shares ideas for decorating Easter eggs with crepe paper. Crepe paper is one of my favorite materials. It's actually tissue paper that has been reinforced with sizing and "creped," a crinkling method that yields a medium t ...more

How To : Make a Beetlebot from your parts bin

This video tutorial is in the Electronics category which will show you how to make a Beetlebot from your parts bin. The Beetlebot project can be found in Make Volume 12. You will need a couple of small motors, 2 momentary switches, 2 AA battery holders, a piece of metal, a sma ...more

How To : Make fake blood from iron, chloride, and potassium

In order to make fake blood, for special effects or for Halloween, you will need the following: Potassium Thiocyanate (KSCN), Iron (III) Chloride (FeCL3), which is also known as ferric chloride or may substitute Iron Nitrate (Ferric Nitrate). You will also need water or dihydr ...more

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