How to replace Beats Studio Ear Pads, DIY Leather Headphone Ear Cups


How to replace Beats Studio Ear Pads, a DIY to Leather Headphone Ear Cups.
In this video I replace the Ear Cushions of my Headphones. I show how-to replace the cups with aftermarket replacements and also how-to create them yourself out of some leather (or any other fabric you like). Sew and glue it together.

Neck Pillow Travel Hack – How To Make a Fillable Neckpillow


In this video I show you how to make a Neck Pillow and fill it up with clothes to save space when I travel. Since I already have some spare shirts with me while traveling. Why not put it in the Neck Pillow 😉

When traveling is done, you get your clothes out and fold the pillow to a very small package.

The dimensions I used are:
Width: 43cm (17 inch)
Height: 35cm (14 inch)
Tube thickness: 11cm (4.5 inch)

The size depends on your body. You can play a bit with sizes while making your template. Another tip is to fold the template in the middle before cutting to make 2 even sides.

Cheers!

Instagram Sleeping Mask, How-to


How to make an Instagram Sleeping mask.. Sweet dreams, goodnight!
The Instagram story mask looks so comfy, so it made me thinking, why not make one in real life. In this video I show you how to make a Sleeping mask, Instagram Story style

DIY Mini Chocolate Cars


How to make Mini Chocolate Cars from a gelatine mold. Cheap and Easy.

Silicon molding kits are a bit expensive, in this video I show you a cheap alternative to make food molds. Made out of Gelatin, water and sugar.

For the mold I used:

20 grams (0.7 oz) of gelatin
20 grams (0.7 oz) of sugar
100 to 150 ml water

It’s fun to mae and you have endless options and variations with the objects you can put in the gelatin.

I wanted to make a Classic Mini because that’s my big passion and my little nephew also loves those tiny cars. So it will be a nice surprise this Christmas.

DIY Jeans Wallet / Card holder


I have had a slim wallet / card holder for years. But now it is really worn, so time to make a new one.

In this video I show you how to make a cardholder out of jeans fabric. Maybe you have some old jeans laying around. It’s an easy project and won’t take too much time to make.

Dimensions of the fabric:
11 x 29 cm (4.33 x 11.41 inch)
11,5 x 13 cm (5.53 x 5.12 inch)

Materials:
Jeans (or another strong fabric)
Sewing Thread

Tools:
sewing machine
scissors / knife
needle
ruler
pen and paper
timble