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    December 30, 2019

    Gay! Welcome to the simple cooking
    channel, today I’m going to show you how to make a giant bummy fish good new
    giant gummy koi so let’s go now this is simple for this get six
    packets of jelly or jello each packet is 85 grams pour that in then get 100 grams
    of unflavored gelatin that’s the stuff that alternate than just basic jelly or
    jello into gummy it’s the one I use now just mix this together just so it’s evenly distributed then add two cups of
    foiled or boiling water and mix this together so it’s well mimed we want
    the pistols to have dissolved now I just get a fish mold this is thing it’s
    just a koi and then you pour this in now you can just leave it like that if you
    want to get the bubbles off just get like a spoon do that now if you want to
    add a little bit of color just make a second batch of color like a red or a
    yellow put a little bit in it so you get a little bit in there and then pop it in
    the fridge until it sets this probably take an hour or so at the second color
    if you want spray it through spray through pour it through like that have you like this Oh Oh Oh smell so yummy that’s pretty cool
    you make this as a centerpiece at a dinner party very upmarket but I can eat
    this because I’ve actually made this for a little gathering that I’m having so
    I’ll see you next time for my next meal

    How to make a wool felt picture: beach sea
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    How to make a wool felt picture: beach sea

    December 5, 2019

    Hi I’m Aannsha Jones. Thank you for visiting. In this video you can learn how to make it felt painting and lay out the wool in a great design, so with that said let’s get started. Making felt paintings and wall hangings is fun! I began as an artist using acrylics and painting murals. I wanted to see what could be achieved with felt. Here are some of my felt paintings. I think you’ll agree you can create anything you can imagine. Today we’re making a simple painting with simple design layout, but from here you can explore your own style. All materials for this project are listed below. Start by laying the first of 4 layers. I use white wool as it makes a nice fresh base. Layers of wool blend as they felt so for the second layer, lay blocks of color as a background for your finished painting. So orange and yellow for the sand and light blue for the ocean. Lay these rovings at right angles to the first layer. The third layer will bring more variety of shades which will give the finished felt painting more depth. If it helps look at a photo of the beach to see where the sand is lighter and where the ocean looks darker. Here I’m adding different sand shades, getting lighter where the waves meet the sand. Again the tops are laid out at right angles to the second layer. I’m still using light blue for the ocean because I’ll use a mixed roving for the waves detail in the final layer. Pat it down and make sure it is even thickness. I’m using two mixed rovings for the waves: dark blues and ocean blues & greens. The white in each roving is silk which gives it lustre, like shiny water. As you can see I’m teasing out the shades of blues and see greens leaving pale blue showing through and this creates the look of waves. Where the waves meet the shore, I’m using white roving to create the white wavy foam, then I had more dark blue to create shadow and this gives the waves depth. Next I use variegated yarn and roll it up to create the effect when it’s felted of coral and shells. Once I’ve placed these in position I use a little wool roving the same color as the sand to place over the yarn and this helps it to felt well into the painting. To create more light in the waves and on the beach I add hand dyed silk rovings and these catch the light and and add shine. I balance the dark of the ocean with a stronger burnt orange on the sand at the base of the painting. Next I add some dimensional wool and gives really gives a great ripple effect to the sand. Finally I add wool nepps to the crest of the waves to give more of a frothy look the foam. Nepps don’t blend easily as they’re already pretty much pre-felted so these need white rovings over the top to help them felt. Now ready to felt, put down netting and wet the wool right through. Carefully rub soap over the wool and begin rubbing gently so as not to disturb the design underneath. I will quickly show most of the felting process here but for full details, materials and an explanation on how to make felt, please follow the link provided. And the pinch test shows it’s mostly ready for the next stage except one little detail and I rub that the bubble wrap. Now onto rolling around the pool noodle The video: How to make felt – tells you how long to roll and how many times to turn your work to get even shrinkage. Now for the following stage: rubbing the felt and dipping in soapy water and then more rubbing. It’s ready when you achieve that lovely recognizable textured finish. Then you need to rinse all the soap out. Add 2 tsp vinegar to the final rinse and make sure the wool soaks it up. Leave it to rest in the vinegar water while you tidy up. Squeeze out the excess water gently then towel dry. Pull into shape and there’s your beautiful finished felt painting. And here it is hanging on the line. I love the colours! And here is dry. If you’ve enjoyed this video please give it a LIKE! And if you want to be notified of my next creative videos please SUBSCRIBE to my channel! This is Aannsha Jones over and out.

    Origami Sailboat (Folding Instructions)
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    Origami Sailboat (Folding Instructions)

    November 7, 2019

    Today we will be folding a traditional origami sailboat in celebration of World Origami Days.
    World Origami Days is a two and a half week long celebration about spreading the joy of
    origami. Today, October 24th, is the first day of World
    Origami Days. This is because October 24th was Lillian Oppenheimer’s
    birthday. World Origami Days continues until November
    11th. November 11th was chosen because it is also
    known as Origami Day in Japan. For more information about World Origami Days,
    please visit Start with a square sheet of paper- color
    on one side and white on the other. Start by folding the top left corner down
    to the bottom right corner. Make a crease, and then unfold.
    Now flip the paper over and fold the left side over to the right side.
    Make sure the edges line up perfectly, and then make a crease.
    Then, unfold. Now, take the top edge and fold it down to
    the bottom edge. Make a crease, and again unfold.
    Now take the bottom left corner, and fold it into the center where the three creases
    that we just made intersect. And do the same thing with the top right corner.
    And those two corners should line up evenly in the middle.
    Now, fold the model in half along this diagonal crease that we made first.
    All you should see is color on both sides. Now what you have to do is align this crease
    and this crease. You’re going to do two reverse folds.
    So, start by opening up the middle a bit and pushing this flap upwards.
    Push it upwards and towards the middle of the model.
    And once it’s like this, just push down and the model should lie flat like this.
    Now you do the same over here. Open it up a bit, and push this upwards and
    towards the center of the model, and push in along this crease here.
    And then, just squash down like this. Now were going to take the top left point
    that we just created and fold it down to the bottom point.
    Once it looks like this, then you just have to fold this flap up a bit.
    There’s no exact reference point, it just determines how high this sail is going to
    be. So I say– right about there.
    And just make a crease and make sure this edge lines up with the
    other sail over here. Once it looks like this, you can just pull
    up the colored part a bit and push this extra paper inside there.
    Just like that. Fold this bottom colored point up to here,
    where the sails and the colored point intersect. Make a sharp crease,
    and turn the model over, and you’ve completed your sailboat.

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    November 6, 2019

    Hi this is Carl the landscape guy. Today I
    want to build a large floating net basket, which is going be used in a natural pond.
    Therein, larger fish can temporarily be held in quarantine or it can be used for raising
    young fish. There are different floating nets available but they are pretty expensive and
    they don’t really fit my needs exactly. I will now show the construction step by step
    and i will explain what i do. At the end I will test the new floating net basket in a
    natural pond. First I am planning exactly how big the keep
    net will be and make a drawing. It is going to be 2.2 meters long, 1.2 meters wide and
    0,8 meters deep. The drawing can now be used to . This drawing shows the net spread, it
    going to be made in one piece, that way I save some seams. I decided to use weatherproof
    fishnet mesh type PES300 with 3mm mesh width and ordered 10m² at
    I designed the net the way that it can be sewn together in cuboid shape. It is easier
    to cut the mesh on level ground using the straight joints from the terrace for example.
    That way i get the rectangular angles easier. With tape measure, ruler and marker pen, the
    cuts are now transferred from the paper drawing onto the mesh. Since the mesh is to be cut
    the same way on both ends I fold it once, in order to be able to cut both ends simultaneously.
    Slipping can be prevented by fixation with needles. Then the slices are easily carried
    out with sharp scissors. Now the net is sewn together according to
    the drawing to a cuboid. Polyester sewing thread is used. Sewing works well if it’s
    a stiff mesh like this one. The
    net is now folded around like this and stitched again, that way they are more durable and
    look nice too. It is sewn with tiny stitches because they consume more thread length and
    therefore the seams are stretchy. The net remains resilient and the thread doesn’t rip.
    The keep net will float on the water through pipes later. Therefore the net is flipped
    on the edges and sewn as a wide seam, so the float tube can later be simply inserted into
    the so formed tunnel. It is left open at one spot so that the pipe can be inserted.
    As floating tubes I use PVC pipes 7,5 cm in diameter. These are stable, have an inconspicuous
    color, rubber seals on the connections and I can take it apart at any time again. I use
    2m pieces for the long sides and 1m pieces for the short sides. Each corner is built
    from two 45° pipe elbows. I bought all pipes at the hardware store. All seals are treated
    with lubricant that way they can be pushed in easier and seal off better. The floating
    tube ring is left open at one point, so that I can slide on the sewn net. It works best
    to have someone helping to hold the pipes while you slide it on. Now it looks quite
    like a fish keep net already. But I will add a removable cover net. This
    should keep the fish safe from predators like herons and cormorants and keep the fish from
    jumping out. For this I use some PVC pipes again. This time I use 87 ° pipe elbows for
    the corners. The pipes need to shortened as the lid is going to sit inside the floating
    pipes of the net. I cut off about 7 cm and deburr the edge. For a nice mark around you
    can use a piece of pipe like this. Now all the pieces are put together.
    A net will now be stretched onto this pipe-frame. To secure the net screws are placed in the
    pipes. The screws can be set at the crossing points, which gives additional stability.
    In between more screws are set centrally. Now the net can easily be put on. It is a
    stable Bird netting that is stretched with a threaded string.
    I want to put some weight in the inside of the floating net basket to keep it hanging
    down. Therefore I got some thin cable pipes and elbows. I stuff some metal wire into the
    small pipes to make them heavy and cut them to the right length. Now I am gluing the pipes
    together with the elbows to a frame that fits the size of the net basket. I drill small
    holes into the pipes for the air to come out under water. Allow to glue to dry and done.
    Now the fish keeping net can be set into the water. It now consists of three parts, the
    net with float tubes, the cover and the weighting. I put the net in first, then I put in the
    weighting. The tube fills up with water and sinks to the bottom, so the net doesn’t wrinkle
    and hangs down nicely under water so the fish always have enough room to swim. The cover
    net is put on, the screws are mounted so that they cannot damage the white netting.
    If you now want to put a fish in, just slide the cover off a little. If you want to take
    out fish, just take the hole net out of the water. There is a nice gap between the covering
    net and the water surface which makes feeding through the net possible without problems.
    Of course you can also use a smaller mesh cover net. The relatively large size tubes
    keep everything safely on the surface. Overall i think my new floating net basket is very
    convenient, the young fish have plenty of space for swimming, they are protected from
    birds and I can feed and watch them while they swim in their usual water. Overall, I
    spent about 90 dollars for the materials. I hope that this video was helpful whish you
    good luck with your projects. Helpful comments are always appreciated. Take a look at my
    channel if you like, there are many pond and landscaping videos. Please do not forget to
    subscribe. See you soon, I’m Carl the Landscape guy.

    Installing a Trailer Wiring Package : How to Rewire Trailer Lights
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    Installing a Trailer Wiring Package : How to Rewire Trailer Lights

    November 5, 2019

    In this step we’re going to talk about the
    proper service procedure for rewiring our new lamp and the mounting process for our
    new lamp. What we have here is a whole bunch of extra wiring, so I’m going to take and
    cut off a significant portion of it. I’m just going to measure out until about here and
    snip it off. You want to make sure you have more than enough, than not enough, just like
    so. There I’m going to take and split the wiring and peel it apart. I have my new lamp
    here and as you can see, you’re going to want to make sure and use the right lamp for the
    right side, being that the other lamp is going to have another bulb melted in it for your
    license plate light. Once you have that determined, you can take and strip your wiring back. Once you have the wires cut and prepped, you
    can go ahead and take and crimp on your water proof terminals. These guys right here are
    great. It’s color coordinated. You can see it’s a blue terminal, we’re going to want
    to use the blue spot on our terminal pliers. We’ll take and get hold of the metal spot
    where we want to crimp it at and insert my green wire. You might have to give your wire
    a couple twist to get it to bunch together nicely, just like so. We’re going to slide
    it in and crush it flat, just like so. Once you have it crushed flat, you’re going to
    take and give it a tug, make sure it’s on there securely. Go ahead and repeat the procedure
    for any of the other remaining wires. What I’m going to do now is whip out my lighter
    and seal up these connections. These are heat activated shrink tube. As you can see, as
    I warm them up with my lighter, the tubing will shrink and form a waterproof bond to
    the insulation, just like so. You can see there’s actually a little bit of sealant spewing
    out of the end of that connector. That’s what you’re looking for. That will indicate that
    it has been waterproofed by the sealant. I’m going to go ahead and do the other one right
    now since I’ve got it in my hands. You can use a heat gun or a mini torch. You can apply
    a little too much heat to these connectors using that method. And you may burn the insulation.
    From here, what I’m going to do is take my lamp am hook up my wires correspondingly.
    Like I said they are color coordinated. Take my green wire and spin it down just like so,
    insert it into the waterproof butt connector just like that and hold it with my other fingers.
    You’re going to want to hang on to it in a little sandwich there until you can take and
    slip your pliers on and crimp the connector, just like so. You’re going to again want to
    give it a tug to make sure that you have it crimped down sturdy enough. From here, fetch
    my lighter back and melt these two shrink tubes. Once you see the sealant starting to
    squirt out of the top, you know you’ve got it accurately heated and you have a waterproof
    connection. Go ahead and repeat that for my green wire connection. Now that we’ve sealed
    both connections, I’m going to go ahead and feed my wiring back through. We’ll take up
    for that slack in the wiring with some zip ties just like so. As you can see this lamp
    has actually two lenses. This is a running or marker light and this is the other rear
    light and brake light. You’re going to want to make sure to mount this light this way,
    with the marker light facing outside. If mounted this direction, it’s going to be upside down
    and your marker light won’t provide its purpose. You’re going to take and line up our studs
    and slip the lamp through just like so. As you can see right here, we have both studs
    protruding all the way through. I’m going to take and slip on one log watcher just like
    so and spin on a retaining nut just like so. You want to take care not to pinch your wires
    between the lens and your mounting bracket. From here, I’m going to go ahead and slip
    on another. Got a ten millimeter socket on my quarter inch drive craftsman ratchet. And
    that’s all the tightening that one needs to be. Go ahead and repeat it for this one here.
    That is the proper way to rewire your marker lamp and brake lamp and mount it to the bracket
    on your utility trailer.


    How To Fillet A Fish – Easy Instructions

    October 12, 2019

    I’m about to demonstrate the way to fillet
    a rainbow trout. So the first thing you do is you want to set
    the trout on your fillet board with the back facing to you. You then want to slide the nose up into the
    clamp on the fillet board, and that way it has a good hold of the nose. You then want to pull back the pec fin and
    then you’re going to take about a 45 degree cut until you reach the backbone. Once you reach the backbone, you’re going
    to turn your knife slightly sideways and kind of poke just the tip of it until you can feel
    the spine and then you’re going to lift up the tip just a little bit and push all the
    way through and then you’re just going to slowly but surely move your way down the backbone. That will remove the one side. You then will grab the fish, flip it over
    to where the belly is facing you. Again, get it back into the clamp and it’s
    always easier to fillet the fish with the back to you. So, you rotate your board. Again, lift the pec fin. 45 degree cut. Turn the knife sideways and down you go. And what you end up with after that are two
    nice fillets of that rainbow trout. So, it’s always good to go ahead and rinse
    your fillets after you’re done filleting them, removing any possible intestines (remaining
    intestines), any remaining kidney and you end up with a really nice fillet.


    BOAT FROM FILLING FOAM – How to make a boat from FILLING FOAM – DIY

    October 3, 2019

    Hi guys What’s up? I’m the Interesting and I’m Ficus As you can see it’s still very hot outside that’s why right now the water attracts us the most Today we’ll make a super cool boat Boat from filling foam We wanted to make such a boat for a long time and finally we decided to do it We bought a large amount of filling foam and we’re ready to translate this idea into reality and if you haven’t subscribed to our channel yet Do it right now by clicking the button below So let’s get started These are also filling foams, actually it was in a box, but when we were driving, an axe fell on it and broke one container. So it got spread over Looks funny Well, apart from this mess, we’ve got 40 bottles of filling foam, which is about 35-42 liters in total volume Wow! Well at first we’ve to make the framework and to do this we’ll use such a thin grid just to give some kind of a form to our boat. If we just use the filling foam, then it’ll become all messed up. Alright, so now we need to cut it for the bow, then for the width of the boat to make the sides, which we will fasten with ties Do you think we will succeed? Yes, I think we will. Just if we guess the length correctly. Hey, what are you doing there? I’m trying to get those apples on the top But why not the ones below? Well, those are tastier although this one is not bad either And now we’re making the board of our boat We will fix them here with such small ties. This is probably the smallest ties I’ve ever seen Guys, I can’t understand the system. When you look at the fan it spins so fast that even the blades are not visible, but when you look into the camera it seems that the blades are spinning very slowly I don’t understand the paradox. If you know why, then do write it in the comments. See what a cool framework we’ve got. Of course it’s very light right now, if we put it in water, it’ll immediately sink. but this is just the framework, we need to fill it with the filling foam. if you turn it around like this You get something like a cage in which you can keep chicks. Yes, my mother does so when she buys broilers, she has such a square grid, similar like the shape of our boat, she keeps the chicks there. It’s Lifehack for those who want to get tan in a cage Now let’s proceed to the foaming Firstly, we’ll fill the oilcloth, then we’ll put the framework on it, and then again we’ll foam it. This is for the framework to enter the middle of the foam, as if it’s immersed. Because if just foam it in the top, then it seems to me that the construction will be weak. The first layer has already dried up and become so hard It’s nicely stuck to our framework. And now we will put the second and the third layer We’ll also have lifebuoys in our boat, but have you ever seen a black lifebuoy? Therefore, now we’ll paint them in orange. In order to paint them quickly on both sides, we tied them to the rope, and in such a suspended state we will paint them. It’s a huge donut, Remember in the Simpsons the cops used to eat them constantly. Well, this time we took the right filling foam, the one we took earlier when we made our first boat with filling foam and Styrofoam. In these bottles, there is much more foam than the one which we took last time. Is it Tytan? Yeah I’m wondering how many people will fit into this boat. Ficus says that now it’s absolutely not ready to get in water, it can’t even withstand one person Well, I think that 4 people can easily get into this boat. So, what do you think write it in the comments and we’ll see it later. For the first time I’ll draw the YouTube icon without a stencil because we don’t have a flat surface, well I hope I get it right We want to hang this rope on the board of our boat, because who knows if anyone falls into the water. we will also have the lifebuoy there. Our boat really turned out cool. We’ve a friend who’s going to evaluate our boat Yeah, hi dudes, I’m here to evaluate this boat. The whole boat with filling foam! Have you ever seen something like this? This boat reminds me of a casserole. Casserole? Well, yes, there’s something like that Yeah, really My marshmallow is ready to sail, or better to say casserole. Wow, superb! Okay get in, now I am delighted! You know what’s really cool? What? That you can sail far away, lie down and just look at the sky. But, is it soft? Yeah Do you know what it looks like? a piece of dried dough It looks more beautiful when you sail away far in open landscape. There the red light from the sunset falls, which is behind the clouds, you look at the waves and they appear to be as red and after the motorboat passes the waves turns so big Weren’t you afraid? No, especially it’s cool when the boat swings on the waves That’s it, now even I want to sail. We’ve boarded You know, I can’t describe the beauty of this boat, but its really practical for sure. It is 100% practical That’s true Because it is very capacious, and holding nicely on water Wait, now there will be waves, be careful. Now we have a cool boat. We’ll keep it with yourself. We can constantly sail on it, or can go fishing. Ficus, you are our motor. Going for a clash I’m alive, I was not eaten by catfish Guys look, at that boat sailing over there…looks really interesting There on the buoy it’s written 123 – I think this is the depth, but Sergey says no I think this is some kind of yardage of a city or something like that Well, yes it could be What do you think, Alex? Yes, it could be designation of some routes And now we want to try to get one more guy in, and see if 4 of us can fit in. it’ll be interesting to see if it can withsatnd us. It really withstood 4 of us, this is cool. We have decorated our cheese casserole with candles and now we will have a real fire show Guys, we didn’t expect that we’ll get such a cool boat And we are very satisfied with the fact that we managed to do it And me and Ficus will constantly using it now, because I think it will live for a long time So if you liked it and think that it is practical then be sure to give it a like. Yes, and write in the comments with what should we make our next boat? Or what house we should make next? It should be something unusual. We know you have lots of ideas, so just write them in the comments and we’ll surely try one of them. Also be sure to subscribe to the channel And click the bell to know first about our videos. Thanks for watching See you soon Bye