While you're getting into the Halloween spirit, this guy has a simple solution to turn your jack-o'-lantern into an environmentally friendly porch light. Instead of using a candle or battery-powered light, you can add three solar stake lights to your pumpkin. All you have to do is remove the stakes and cut extra holes to fit the solar lights around the top of the jack-o'-lantern. View Now
VideoVolunteers shares the inspiring story of a teen DIY genius from India so excited about cars that he builds one himself. Although 19-year-old Prem Thakur has no formal background in engineering, electronics and didn't even have access to the internet until he was 12, he refines his impressive DIY skills with YouTube how-to videos and parts from a scrapped Hyundai Accent. View Now
If you're still putting together the final treats for your spooky Halloween party, don't forget to add this delicious cheese centerpiece to your table. We asked our RightThisMintue how-to guru Jessica Hord how to make a zombie brains cheese ball.
-- 2 (8 oz.) packages softened cream cheese
-- 1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese
-- 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
-- 1/4 cup pesto View Now
Tipsy Bartender has a simple recipe to make rainbow watermelon vodka gelatin shots. You'll start off with creating a watermelon bowl by hollowing out half a watermelon. Then, you just have to layer the vodka-infused gelatin layers but make sure you're refrigerating in between. Slice up the finished treat and you have a creative snack for any adult party. View Now
Sometimes our favorite internet videos seem too good to be true. We suspect there mightjustbe more to this tree stump lift bet, UV-sensitive prototype sunglasses, and hilarious airplane armrest feud than meets the eye. But thanks to eagle-eyed RightThisMinute hosts and Mac Dreidel, we've got some serious "real or fake" experts on our side!
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How in the world can you cram apples, peanut butter, chocolate, and sprinkles into one doughnut? Thanks to Dini Klein from Tastemade, you don't have to look far for this yummy and shockingly healthy confection! In fact, you can introduce this smorgasbord of tasty to your tummy today if you just follow her simple recipe.View Now
Halloween is coming up, and it can be super hard sometimes to figure out what to be. With more people making their own costumes, makeup to go with it has gotten really creative. To help inspire you, we've got the most popular makeup tutorials from Pinterest. We'll update this up until the spooky day with new trends to help you make this a great Halloween! View Now
The pyromaniac behind Gas Torch In Flames thought it would be a novel idea to introduce a big glass bottle of hard liquor to a blow torch, even though alcohol happens to be very flammable. Strangely, nothing happens for 99.9-percent of the experiment. But when our "researcher" picks up the scarred bottle to inspect the damage—KABOOM!
Kourtney Kardashian is known for her love of organic food and all natural ingredients. Now, she shares her tips for creating DIY natural play-dough for your kids. By using vegetables to dye and making a homemade dough, it's easy and will keep children safe from chemicals that may be in products from the store. View Now
"Man hugs" aren't just an art... they're a precise science! To sort out the millions of "bad hugs" from the two approved techniques we've got Robbie Sherrard as a coach. Just whatever you do, DON'T make the feel too good or cuddly—that's totally awkward.
If your flower arrangements always look one flower short of a bouquet, then this easy tape hack from Hacks World is just what you need! With only a simple crosshatch of tape, you can place each flower exactly where you need it and keep your centerpieces balanced like a pro florist.
Mayo is basically the condiment from heaven because you can put it in almost anything. But on trampolines... not so much! Leave it to Shredwin and pals to pair this "odd couple" in a hilariously disgusting and mayonnaise-covered stunt!
We've got a feeling they'll be washing off dried mayo for the next couple days!
Barbie's had a lot of careers over the years including being a veterinarian, race car driver and singer, but now she's a cake topper! In this super creative idea for a cake, the doll is decorated with buttercream frosting and looks like she's wearing an elegant wedding dress on top of a cake. You go girl! View Now
Joseph's Machines is back to solve a problem we all face. How do you fully empty bottles of condiments? Joseph proposes a simple solution involving a fan, rubber band, and counterweight. For an added bonus, this setup can also be used to quickly apply condiments to your foods. View Now
Although we've seen big vloggers like Jenna Marbles and De'arra & Ken 4 Life pull it off the "100 Layer Challenge" with some pretty hilarious results, truth be told this trendy YouTube challenge is more entertaining when it goes wrong! View Now
From the creator of the melting skull makeup tutorial, it's another great Desi Perkins idea for Halloween. She says it's an easy makeup and hair look that can be done last minute for your Halloween parties this year. The ice cream truck is not included! View Now
Halloween parties are almost here but if you're still not sure what special snack to make this year, we have a bewitching recipe for you. RightThisMinute how-to guru Jessica Hord made the perfect pretzel witch fingers that will spellbind everyone at your Halloween party.
You'll Need:-- Gloves-- Small food-safe brush
-- 28 blanched almonds View Now
It's no secret that drones can catch your fish dinner and other neat chores, but Roman Atwood and his remote-controlled drone companion are now breaking into the world of hair styling! Though we applaud their entrepreneurialism and comedy, we'd rather keep our own (human) stylists, thanks!
If you're looking for some quick costume ideas for the kids, our RightThisMinute how-to guru Jessica Hord has a few do-it-yourself ideas that we love.
Paint Brush Costume
-- Poster board
-- Scissors or utility knife
-- Silver/gray paint
-- Styrofoam disc
-- 2 cheap brooms
An incredible 12,184 chocolate chips are needed for this recipe, which will cost you over 12,000 calories. It sounds delicious but the YouTube channel Everything's a Wrecking Ball is actually creating a chocolate wrecking ball. It looks like they won't be eating the masterpiece but they will be using it for destruction. The chocolate chips are melted down and set to cool while attached to a chain. Let's see how this new fangled wrecking ball stacks up against a bag of powdered sugar or a glass of wine. View Now