In case you didn’t already know, instructables.com is an incredible resource for geeks. From cosplay to crafts to techy builds, Instructables has a little something for everyone.
Here are some of my favorite Instructables, some of which I’ve made and some of which I wish I had the time/talent to make but don’t:
Internet Controlled Mars Rover by mashorter
Mechanical Hand from Straws by mszymczak
Duct Tape Purse by kyluddy
Duct Tape Rose by Megasamuari66
Miniature Revolving Solar System by ChrysN
Solar Powered Phone Charger by h2osteam
Gingerbread Castle by jamieicecream
Catapult from Office Supplies by bo’meara
LEGO Flash Drive by UmurCelikyay
LEGO minfig costume by jmartin90
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Slime by The King of Random
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Pencil Toppers by Samuel Bernier
Real Life Coin Block by brunoip
X-Wing Fighter from Office Supplies by spookylean
Special Mention for the images in the collage at the top of this post:
Mini Crossbow by Dave Hax
Wearable Arc Reactor by johnathan.elwell
Minecraft Pickaxe and Sword by KatieStiles
Mario Sunshine Functional FLUDD Water Gun by ELDOOGIE
Hellboy’s Illuminating Right Hand of Doom by blanthegenius
11th Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver by NathanaelScheffler
Riddler’s Device by LabRat
Hand-carved Wands by Mr Sanchez
Thor: The Dark World Mjolnir by jetpackbragging
Incidently, even if you are not a self-proclaimed geek, you still might enjoy Instructables. It is a one-stop-shop for all things tutorial. Whether you’re looking to crochet a baby bottle cover or wanting to build a chicken coop from wood pallets and soda cans, Instructables has it all.
This post has been part of The ABCs of Raising Well-Rounded Geeklings series.
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