Hi guys, welcome to 7-Minute Crafts. Today we're going to make candles out of a raincoat.
First, we take a perfectly fine raincoat. Then we completely obliterate it. Because I have no respect for how things are intended to be used and I fight capitalism by not buying things but also buying different things to use to make the things I want. Capiche?
Now we're going to learn how to make a suitcase out of a pair of socks. Imagine yourself strolling into an airport and people thinking, huh, that person really made a suitcase out of a pair of socks. Because socks have no intrinsic value and cutting things up into tiny pieces is how I escape the unanticipated stress of adulthood. My parents keep forgetting my name.
So, you take a pair of socks. You add wheels to it. Now it's a seriously unsafe rollerblade. Now you extend the pair of socks upwards by knitting really fast. Oh, did we mention you need mad knitting skills for this? Well, you do. Now extend the socks horizontally as much as you did vertically to have a rectangular shape. Once you have ample space inside, stick thick pieces of cardboard on the interior of each side. Add a couple of handles at the top and boom you have a suitcase.
We're going to throw in another useless segment now and make this 7-Minute Crafts video over 10 minutes long, because we want the ad revenue as much as Foodpanda users want good customer service. So, let's make a dress out of a pair of tights. You take a pair of tights, and start stretching it. Once you can fit your whole torso into each one of the legs, you cut out a hole for your leg, one for your arm and one for your other arm. We're going to gloss over the fact that you very likely have a fourth limb but we're hoping you're not going to catch on to that. Now we will quickly replace this tube-shaped monstrosity we created with a slightly better version we bought at a store and bam! You have some sort of a garment?
Finally, we're going to learn how to have a giant picture of Timothée Chalamet on your walls. You print a giant picture of Timothée Chalamet and stick it on your walls.
Thank you for watching 7-Minute Crafts. This is a cry for help.
Mrittika Anan Rahman is a daydreamer trying hard not to run into things while walking. Find her at email@example.com