Maker Mayhem: Low Moments in How-To History, Part 18
Indoor Shooting Gallery: Because guns are fun, it’s just that simple.
Pill Bottle Gifts: Rainy day projects for a crafting addict.
Nut Shell Critters: Fun with food waste.
His & Hers Bedding: for the couple who needs to be reminded of their genders, even while they’re asleep. By Matt Maranian.
Tin Can Cannibal: Because people eating people makes for fun kid’s crafts. By Matt Maranian.
As we all know, arts and crafts should be tedious, painstaking, and (of course) ultimately boring as hell. Matt Maranian presents some Maker Mayhem
Radiant Heated Dog House: Because shoving Rover’s paw in a light socket wouldn’t be cruel enough. By Matt Maranian
Burnt Matchstick Easter Decorations: When celebrating the Resurrection means looking no further than your ashtray. By Matt Maranian
Tin Foil Pigtail Wig: Because mom waited too long to buy you a Halloween costume. By Matt Maranian
Home Target Range! What could possibly go wrong? asks Matt Maranian.
latest installment of Maker Mayhem: Low Moments in How-to History
looks at converting ham cans into toys
Matt Maranian's latest installment of Maker Mayhem: Low Moments in How-to History
examines the Car Seat Dog Leash project as a lesson in the laws of physics
If you’re buying press-on fingernails and fake eyelashes and nylon wigs to glue onto human figures made of old queen-size support pantyhose, Matt Maranian has a warning for you...
Anyone who’s ever spent a weekend at the lake with a toddler knows that toddlers are terrible beach company, writes Matt Maranian. They never sit still, they never shut up, they’re too small to carry an ice chest full of beer, and if you’re the adult responsible for ensuring their safety, it’s a pretty much a given that you’ll never get a moment’s peace.