I present to you the Womb of Requirement, a Harry Potter fan fiction written by Hank Green for The Harry Potter Alliance’s Equality FTW campaign. The HPA asked me to design the PDF for this story, and now I’d like to share the design with all of you. Also keep reading for a look at the PDF of Maureen Johnson’s story A Study in Sink!
I’ve gotten questions before about how to learn to use an Xacto knife well, so I wanted to make today’s video to share how I learned. When I was in high school, my teacher gave out sheets like this one where we had to cut along all the lines until we had a perfect sheet. It was so annoying at the time, but it really helped so I wanted to share it with all of you, along with some other tips and tricks on using craft knives. Keep reading to watch the video and download the PDF.
My newest DIY project is a little weird, but that’s what I like about it. I decided to make some stuffed animal taxidermy to hang on the wall. It came out looking a bit like something you could put in a toddler’s room, so all you new parents out there, here’s a craft project both you and your kids can enjoy (or run away screaming from). Keep reading to watch the DIY video and see more photos!
It’s time for another DIY video, all about making luggage tags. If you have a generic-looking suitcase, luggage tags are a must to be able to tell yours apart from the masses, and they can also be customized into fashion accessories. Today I decided to make two versions – one out of duct tape and one out of leather,
This year I was happy to be asked to design the Men and Women of YouTube Calendars again. We sold them during the 2013 Project for Awesome and raised a ton of money for charity. I had a lot of fun putting them together, so keep reading for more insights into how I designed them.