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Do it & Carry it - Chapter #4 - Instructions and pictures of a smart phone case with earbuds holder

Do it & carry it - Chapter #4 - Video

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How to carry ear buds with duct tape and elastic

Do it & Carry it - Chapter #4 - DIY Spider Cam

Do it & Carry it - Chapter #3 

Pictures and ingredients of a laptop case 

Do it & Carry it - Chapter #3 - Video

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How to carry your laptop with some felt

Head support for smartphone

Chapter#3 is coming soon

Do it & Carry it - Chapter #2 - Video

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This week’s Do It and Carry teaches you how to double the humble beach towel as a clothes satchel, using some Velcro and a piece of rope. You might be thinking hey, Tom Sawyer did that back in the day with the old bag on a stick trick, but he wasn’t this crafty. No timber usage here.

1 smartphone, 4 elastics, 6 oranges, 6 timbers: these are the ingredients to create a DIY dolly for smartphone.
1 smartphone, 4 elastics, 6 oranges, 6 timbers: these are the ingredients to create a DIY dolly for smartphone.

1 smartphone, 4 elastics, 6 oranges, 6 timbers: these are the ingredients to create a DIY dolly for smartphone.

Do it & Carry it - Chapter #2 - Instructions 

#Dolly or #scale?
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Do it & Carry it - Chapter #1 - Video 

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Do It & Carry it is a new series of clips produced by Carryology showing how you can use everyday items to help carry in unique ways.

It is a DIY guide which gives you the guide lines to create a simple product shooting the manufacturing process with a smartphone settled every time with a different DIY supportIf you don’t have a camera case yet, this week learn how to do it with a quick solution!

Do it & Carry it - Chapter #1 - Instructions 

Get a tablecloth, scissors and a belt to create your handmade camera case.
Get a tablecloth, scissors and a belt to create your handmade camera case.

Get a tablecloth, scissors and a belt to create your handmade camera case.

You need only 15 meters of baking paper and a smartphone to turn your living room into a film set.