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So, these gloves make snowballs.

But I'm in California, so this is the best I can show you.


Hey guys.

Oh, wow.

It's Rachel.

So, it's that time of the year again

where I make some DIY weird Christmas presents.

If you've already spent all of your Christmas money

that you're supposed spend on presents, here's some DIY ones.

Give this video a thumbs up if you like it,

and comment down below which one of these Christmas presents

are your favorite.


So, let's get on with making the DIYs.

First, you need a glove, or two, or three, or four.

And then a hollowed out ball of some sort.

Cut that ball in half.

Poke two holes in the center of the ball.

Then stick some yarn through those holes.

Cut the fingers off one of the pairs of gloves.

Then make two slits in the center of the glove.

Then thread the yarn through the holes.

And tie it.

Then reinforce the ball with two more holes and yarn.

Now, take a hot glue gun and glue

the sides of the circle down to the glove.

Now take a whole glove and put on the circle gloves.

And you're going to beat everyone in a snowball fight


For the hamburger pillow, take a red shirt

and cut a circle out of it.

This will be the tomato.

Then hot glue the sides down.

And fill it with cotton, and your cheese with cotton,

and your lettuce with cotton, and your hamburger,

and the bun.

Then finish gluing the sides down.

Now print out a sesame seed bun onto transfer paper

and iron the picture onto it.

Do the same with the tomato.

And for the burger, use some black paint

and blend it out to make the grill marks.

Then, voila.

You have a hamburger pillow.

Can I throw one?



Now, to make the pizza headphones,

print out two small pieces of pizza.

Cut out the pizza.

And take Popsicle sticks.

Cut a triangle out of the Popsicle stick.

And put some mod podge onto the Popsicle stick,

and stick the pizza onto it.

Then paint the mod podge onto the pizza

and the back of the Popsicle stick, and wait for it to dry.

Now, take a hot glue gun and hot glue the pizza

onto the back of the headphones.

And there you go.

You hear pizza now.

Or not.

For the running fridge magnet, take some magnet paper--

you can get this in the store--

and first, cut out the mouth shape.

You can make lips too, if you want.

And draw two front teeth.

And paint the rest black.

Now draw the shape of running arms and running legs.

Then cut them out.

Now, paint them black.

And for the eyes, take giant googly eyes--

or you can make your own eyes--

and glue circular magnets behind them.

And just stick them to the fridge.

And give them to a friend that's fridge

doesn't have this bar, though.

And, bam.

Now when somebody asks your friend if their refrigerator's


oh wait, that joke still doesn't work.

For the squishy light bulb, take an empty bottle, clear school

glue, and laundry detergent.

Now, pour all the clear school glue into the bottle.

And add a dash of laundry detergent, and shake that up.

And that's going to turn into slime.

And take a clear balloon.

Stick it to the top of the water bottle.

Now, put the slime into the balloon.

And take an LED light and slip it into the balloon,

and tie it up.

Now, for the bottom of the light bulb,

I'm going to make it out of clay, and string, and paint.

You'd think that the lines would make it easier to break them,

but it doesn't.

Got it, never mind.

I spoke too soon.

Now shape the clay into ball and carve a little hole

on the bottom.

Now wrap the string around it to make

the coils of the light bulb.

And bake it in the oven for five minutes.

And then, only burn it a little bit

after you put it in the oven.

Paint silver onto it, then paint a black circle onto the top.

Now, take some double sided tape--

And tape around the bottom of the balloon.

Cut off the top of the balloon, and then hot glue gun the tape

onto the inside of the clay.

And now you have a squishy light bulb.

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