DIY Wall Clock “Coffee Beans” | How to make a wall clock from cardboard, skewers and coffee beans

Wall Clock “Coffee” Cardboard (2mm), Ø ≈ 13cm Wooden skewers (60 pcs) Brown paint or clay with water Coffee Beans Lacquer Clock Mechanism Acrylic paint More videos Subscribe to the channel

Pickle’s Ford Cabin: How to Make Tea Like Teavana Without Breaking Your Wallet

Teavana uses dehydrated fruit to give flavor to their teas. They charge crazy amounts for dehydrated fruit added to a small amount of tea. I had 3 Apples and 1 Pear that I dehydrated to test this trick out. It would have helped to put some wax paper down so Continue Reading

DIY Coffee Beauty Hacks | ANN LE

(bright music) – Hey lovelies, how’s it going? It’s me, Ann, and today I have some fun beauty DIYs for you. They’re very simple. So I was working on some projects for Starbucks, which will go up very soon, and I was left with a whole bunch of coffee grinds. Continue Reading

DIY Tea Advent Calendar

Hi guys, Today I’m gonna show you how to make a DIY advent calendar. You will need 12 sheets of coloured paper, a hole puncher, some kind of string to make hangers, a cord lace where you hang your calendar, a ruler and a glue, some tape, scissors, at least Continue Reading

Coffee Hack: No More Static

today we’re going to cover a super quick simple little hack that will get rid of all of the static you get when you’re grinding coffee at home all you’re going to need for this is a tea spoon or a spoon this is a trick I learned from guy Continue Reading

Coffee Lifehack: How to make latte art without espresso maker at home

Today I am going to shop you how to make cappuccino and latte art at home without one of these bad boys. Hey my name is Mike – I’m a Barista and previous owner of an award winning specialty coffee shop in Europe. In the past I have trained dozens Continue Reading

5 Unexpected Uses for Your Coffee Mug: Howdini Hacks

Few things are as frustrating as trying to slice with a dull knife. No sharpener on hand? Turn a coffee mug upside down and sharpen the blade using the ceramic edge of the mug like a sharpening stone. Hold the blade at a slight angle and rotate the knife in Continue Reading