Everyday Items Transform Into Creative Inventions

March 18, 2019 Updated: March 18, 2019

Have you ever thought about becoming a creative inventor?

We’ve all seen those videos on Instagram and Facebook, where you have somebody on some channel posting their creation, showing off their handy work. Usually they’ve made something out of nothing that looks so beautiful, and we instantly become like a five year old again and want to be just like them.

We then scroll over to Pinterest to look for more ideas with that grand idea in mind, intent on making something even more creative and miles better than that of Mr Instagram and Facebook as they’ve made it look so easy. Yet when you try, the pill of bitter disappointment sets in because it either takes you hours to make something that looks kind of similar or mediocre, or we come to the realization that Instagram and Facebook have a huge production team behind them that makes your chances of success slim to none.

In this video creativity has gone above and beyond anyone’s wildest imagination. Forget about your creation being beautiful or that saying beauty being in the eyes of the beholder, this is more like creativity being in the eyes of the beholder!

Yes, creating nifty gadgets that make life that little bit easier, is definitely something anyone can try with a few random items sitting in your junk cupboard making the possibilities endless. For example, if you’re tired on the bus, on the train or even in the car that’s no problem, a plunger and a piece of string is all you need to stop yourself from lying on that old lady’s lap on the left, or using someone’s leg as a pillow.

This inventor shows several handy and uniquely useful ways using everyday materials, that you can find around your home to create what some may call creative and innovative technological inventions that will save you time, money and hassle.

It doesn’t matter whether the people sitting around you are laughing at you hysterically. As long as you know your reasons why this invention is so useful.

In all seriousness one has to contemplate how resourceful they actually are, not just with the junk they’ve accumulated over the years that’s probably been collecting dust for decades, but with their own bodily fluids too.

I mean, why just chop an onion and let those tears go to waste? When all you need is a funnel, a plastic tube or two, and a piece of string then hey presto, you can use them to stick stamps on to your letters and even seal the envelopes, you just need to invent something now that can post the letter for you, then you’ll definitely be on to a winner.

Success clearly its achievable for any of us, so if being an inventor is your dream go for it and don’t let anybody tell you that you can’t. If you have an idea, and somebody tells you it’s not brilliant or fantastic ignore them. You can make something out of nothing.

Video Credit: Joseph’s Machines (https://www.facebook.com/josephsmachines/)