Fold and fly the Guinness-record glider “Suzanne”
Press down on this origami frog and the LED eyes start to glow. Release it, and the frog will leap across the table (sometimes even flipping in midair).
These string racers climb up strings by using friction and alternating tension/slack. Make two and race to the top!
Travel to the demonstration and hold your message high with ease thanks to this collapsible sign.
This copter launcher both lights up and flies through the air! This is excerpted from Electricity for Young Makers: Fun and Easy Do-It-Yourself Projects.
Papercraft is a fantastic way to explore model making. With a steady hand, and bit of patience, you can print, fold, and glue your own Makey mascot!
Whizz it around your head and hear it roar!
Pull the string to see Makey dance and do jumping jacks!
Create batty luminaries with just some paper, glue, and vellum. Perfect for lighting a spooky pathway or witchy display.
Platonic solids are great mathematical fun. Print, cut, and fold these shapes for homemade gaming dice — or use as templates for larger shapes!
You can whip up this super-easy edible paper in as little as 15 minutes and use it for secret messages, decorative foods, and more!
You can transform a drawing into a distorted coloring book page that reveals the image in a curved mirror.
If you know me, you know that I LOVE tulle!
One maker's quest to create an RC Imperial Shuttle from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, with servo-controlled retracting wings.
Design a simple birdhouse using Autodesk 123D.
Learn how to create a unique bench using plywood, a 2"×6", and cardboard tubes recycled from a large format printer.
Here's how one Maker created a lightweight R/C X-Wing Fighter modeled from the new T-70 ship design from Star Wars The Force Awakens, .
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