To levitate small objects, such as a pencil, a playing card or a coin, attach one end of a piece of thread to the top of the object, attach the other end to a button on your clothing, and tighten the thread that is attac... More »

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Objects float better in salt water than in fresh water because salt adds mass to water and makes it denser. This density causes objects to float better on the surface. The denser the water, the easier it is for objects t... More »

Woodworking projects that even beginners can make from scrap wood include cutting boards, artwork frames, drink coasters and bird nests. Other items include outdoor mats, kitchen cabinet doors, console tables, wine racks... More »

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To make a simple pulley, stick wire through an empty thread spool such that the spool can spin freely and attach the wire to a stationary object, then tie a small object such as a toy or pencil to a string and run the st... More »

Some easy card tricks include floating and spinning a playing card in midair, levitating or floating a playing card, the magnetic hand and the spelling card trick. Some other easy card tricks are the reversed card, mind ... More »

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David Blaine utilizes the Balducci method to levitate. The trick requires positioning onlookers approximately 10 feet away at a 45-degree angle. With the audience in this exact field of site, Blaine appears to levitate a... More »

Begin setting up a pool table for a game of eight-ball by placing a corner of the rack, or triangle, on the dot at one end of the table. The other corners should be parallel with the nearest short end of the table. Next,... More »

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