Even for a cake novice, this cute holiday penguin is not as difficult as it looks. In fact, it's the perfect project to wow your fam and explore basic sculpting and piping skills. All it takes is a little bit of pract-ice. (Ice... because it's a penguin. Get it?)
Hurry guys, these half-melted snowman cupcakes are about to be half-eaten, too! This beginner-friendly fondant tutorial is super easy and loaded with personality.
Felicity and Krystle
Don't get us wrong, we love a good knitting project. But we might love cake more.
Kris Galicia Brown
Forget the pressure of decorating a last-minute cake. Instead, play it cool by making a crisp white cake and helping your kids doodle some fun illustrations and heartfelt messages across it!
Felicity and Krystle
Breaking news: macrame is definitely NOT just for wall hangings. (Though we love those, too.) These crafty key chains are so easy to make, you'll be able to finish up multiple keychains in an afternoon. Gifting problems, solved.
This next plane is totally tubular, literally! Watch the Tube roll through the air to create lift. And the faster it spins, the better it flies. John also shows you how, unlike most planes, this plane's center of gravity is located in the center of the tube.
Find out how to build the Ballistic Dart, a super-fast plane that flies like a speeding bullet. John explains how wing load and the angle at which it's thrown determines how fast and far it goes. Afterwards, John and his test pilots participate in a speed challenge using a real-life speed detector.
Discover a plane that can ride the wave: a wave of air! Using a cardboard flap, John shows you how to generate waves of air to create the condition he calls "falling with style." This plane is in a perpetual state of free fall, just like birds soaring through the sky.
Meet John and get started by learning how to make and fly the world-record paper plane! After a failed attempt and a few small adjustments, John and his test-pilots are able to fly the plane with ease.
Ready for the grand finale? In this last lesson, John teaches you how to make and fly the Seagull plane, which is actually a bunch of mini-planes that separate to create a spectacular display that looks like fireworks. Talk about going out with a bang!
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