Sunday, July 21, 2013
The entire structure is designed to accommodate the size of a golf ball. The plan I laid out uses two 49" by 97" sheets of MDF (one 1/2" thick and the other 3/4").
I also used some 1/4" MDF, a few pieces of PVC, an old plastic mudflap, a piece of used plexiglass, and a handful of other little things.
These photos are of the plans that I sketched out. Many things changed as the project progressed, but you can get an idea where it all started.
So I've got a serious surplus of old cassette tapes and they just don't get listened to anymore. I don't want to throw them away, so I'll just use them up on various projects like this one!
This is a fun little Saturday afternoon project, and it really only takes about an hour to make.
-10 cassette tapes (or more or less depending on your clock design)
-A clock kit (Michaels sells these for cheap)
-Various spray paints (I used green, red and blue)
My girlfriend is Chinese and since we've been dating I have learned many Chinese recipes from her. This is one of the more fun ones to make, especially with a group of friends and family.This one is easy...
Dough: 5 lbs Flour 3 Cups water
1 pound of Sea-Meat. (Crab, Shrimp, Lobster, etc)
1 tablespoon corn starch
1 tablespoon oil (or bacon fat)
1 teaspoon of finely ground salt
1 teaspoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon sesame oil
1 egg white, lightly beaten
A few dashes of white pepper powder
Wok / deep fryer
bowl and whisk
knife and cutting board
small food processor