– Everybody, you’re here
with Carl and Jinger. We’re getting all set up. We want to test out
some awesome life hacks and DIY how-to stuff and see, do they really work, and we’re gonna put them to the test. But first, we have to wait for the earth to rotate, because look, we’re
dealing with the blazing, glorious sun this morning in our film set in our kitchen here, this is not–
– Look how horrible this is. – [Carl] I say we just move the whole thing, this is not
going to work with the light. – That’s it, I’m over it. – We’re gonna move everything over here, we’ve never done this before. We’re gonna to do a video here at our kitchen table. Here we go. Wish us luck. How does that fit? Perfectly.
– It fits perfect. – [Carl] It fits perfect. – It’s like we were supposed to be making videos here the whole time. – Sitting down comfortably,
are you kidding me? I thought film making was
supposed to be horrendous. Suddenly it looks like a
lifestyle, how to craft– – Hello, welcome to
Jinger’s Crafty Segment. I am the craftiest crafter
that will ever craft. – [Carl] Are you gonna do all the– – So you are in the right place. – Okay now we’re gonna trade spots so I can do my intro. And I’m Carl (laughs) – [Jinger] The crafter. (laughs) – No. The most experimenting experimenter
that every experimented. (Jinger laughing) Is that what I? You doing the craft? Okay, you do the crafts today. You do three crafts and
I’ll do three experiments. And we’ll put them to the test. You ready?
– Let’s do it. – Okay, you go first. – Crafty time. Pitching terrific. This first little DIY craft
is an ASMR stress ball. We got these ideas from 5-Minute Craft because they’re really cool videos and we wanted to try some. Are we ready to do this?
– We also want to test them and see if they work
because you know how it is. – I know. – [Carl] They make it look
like it’s so easy, it’s like– – Yeah.
– Five minute crafts. – Let’s see if this is really five minutes.
– I’m like, can I get this whole thing of toothpaste in this balloon? Really? – [Carl] And then let’s see. Does it actually feel like
– Are you ready? a stress ball or is it just going to be like a balloon full of toothpaste. – Let’s just say Carl and
Jinger can be a little bit skeptical sometimes. – [Carl] Well, and the thing is, is how much is a tube of toothpaste and a pack of balloons,
compared to just getting an actual stress ball? – But you don’t get to do the craft, Carl. – That’s true.
– Come on. – [Carl] The idea is to do crafts, and these kind of are also
how to do these crafts, like do it yourself at home,
that you can do for parties and for fun and
– And for giveaways or whatever. – In the 5-Minute Craft
defense, we did have toothpaste and a balloon. – [Carl] How does the
rest of the craft work? So you just put the toothpaste inside? – Yup and then you tie it off. – [Carl] Okay. – And then you’re gonna get
toothpaste everywhere, I guess. – [Carl] Okay, so there you go. – Okay, here we go. Ready?
– Uh-huh. – Oh, you can see the color
of the toothpaste inside, that’s cool. – [Carl] It looks really satisfying. – The consistency is right. I’m just gonna cut this off because that’s what they
did in the craft video. – [Carl] They cut the top off? – So it doesn’t look like a balloon. Okay, that’s actually really fun. Do you want to try it? – [Carl] Yeah, let’s have a little try. – Look at that. Yeah, it’s cool stress ball. – [Carl] Let’s see. – Good, right? – [Carl] That is actually pretty fun. – And it only took me like two minutes. – [Carl] Two minutes and 45 seconds and that’s with all of the talking. – Yes. – [Carl] All right. – Jinger approves. – [Carl] All right, I’m up next. For my first experiment, I’m actually going to be doing
baking soda and diet coke. We’ve done this versus
Diet Coke and Mentos. We’ve done a bunch of those
experiments in the past before. Those have been crazy. If you wanna see those, check them out in the link
down in the description or up on the iCard. Today we’re gonna see how that compares for the five minute
craft versus baking soda. Now we’re dealing with like
all the shadows out here. – That’s all right. (Carl laughing) It’s all right. – [Carl] All right, here we go. – So, Carl’s gonna jump in here. We’re gonna put baking
soda inside the balloon and then we’re gonna see what the reaction is with Diet Coke. I wonder if it’s the same as vinegar? There’s usually a big chemical
reaction that happens, so that’s the question.
– [Carl] Here’s one of the things about this
craft right off the bat. It’s gonna be hard to do by yourself. That’s why Jinger is there. It’s gonna take two of us. There we go. – Oh yeah. Oh yeah. That’s working. – Good. Let’s get a little bit more. Come on. – Little bit more, little bit more. – It’s my experiment, it’s my experiment. – Whatever you think Carl
is the best, that’s how much we should do.
– I want a little bit of room. That’s good. Right there, okay. So let’s see how much we’ve
got in the balloon here. Doesn’t look suspicious at all. (Jinger laughing) No police? Okay, we’re good. So the trick now is, I have to try and put
the balloon over the top of this without spilling any in– – [Jinger] Don’t get any in there. – Accidentally. Gage actually did this on his channel, Gage1up, and he swears that
this has a crazier reaction than even Mentos does. I’m not sure how long this is taking, but it did take two of
us working together. – [Jinger] Okay, are we ready
for our first experiment? – I’m totally ready for
the first experiment. Here we go. We’re gonna do a little count down. This is the big test. We’ll see what happens
in three, two, one, go. whoa, whoa, whoa.
– [Jinger] whoa, whoa, whoa. – Okay, okay, okay, okay. That sort of just happened like a, That was crazy. It was really cool to be able
to see the reaction happen inside the cola bottle and the balloon. That was wild. Did you see it was fast? It was an instant reaction. (upbeat music) Do you think I can pull it off of here? There we go, okay. The bottle’s loose. There’s the balloon. It’s infused baking soda and Diet Coke. I would not drink that.
– [Jinger] I think that reaction was better. Don’t you?
– Totally, now let’s listen really carefully. Should I just let go and run
away and see what happens? – [Jinger] Oh my gosh, no. – Three, two, one. Okay, okay. I don’t know what I expected.
– [Jinger] What was that? – I don’t know what I expected but, it’s still going, that’s weird. Okay, all right. So, next up we’re gonna do one with a bigger balloon, same thing. We’re gonna jump right into this one. We’ve got another balloon full
of baking soda but this time, this is a three foot balloon. A big one. It’s also transparent, you can
see the baking soda in there and we’re gonna try this into Diet Coke and see how it compares
now with the big balloon. And then next, we’re gonna
do vinegar and baking soda in the same way with the giant balloon. It’s gonna be epic. So here we go with the
Diet Coke and baking soda. In three, two, one, oh my gosh. – [Jinger] Go, go, go, go, go. – Whoa. – [Jinger] Whoa, whoa. – That is so crazy. Look at that, it’s trying to escape all the air and everything is
trying to get out somewhere and it has nowhere to go but the balloon. – [Jinger] That is a huge balloon. – It really is. It had basically the same
reaction as the smaller balloon, I would say. Wouldn’t you Jinger? – [Jinger] Yeah, I would say so. – I would say it was just about the same. It was probably more of a
hassle with the bigger balloon. But I think we’re gonna
get an even larger reaction with the baking soda and vinegar. We might as well just jump right into it and do it while we’re out here. (upbeat music) – [Jinger] The only question is, Carl. What does it smell like? – What does it smell like? We were just talking about. I wonder what it smells like. – [Jinger] With baking soda in there. (Carl coughing) Oh is it bad? Oh, I gotta smell it. – Okay.
– I don’t want to smell it. – It just smells like bad Diet Coke. – Oh, oh, oh. – All right, that’s enough. Onto the next one. – [Jinger] That was stinky. – Gross. So far I think it’s been true that every one of these crafts, we’ve been able to pull together
in less than five minutes. If you have the stuff already at home, you can do it in five
minutes or less, I would say. – [Jinger] The baking soda
and vinegar experiment is not a 5-Minute Craft idea. That’s just something
me and Carl came up with ‘cos we were dying to try it. – This is basically, you
put food coloring in it. This is how they do volcanoes,
like when you’re in school you know like for science projects. It’s the same idea. We’re just gonna bypass
the volcano and go straight to the giant balloon reacts
and see what it does. Do you think because it’s got more space it’s gonna do something else? – [Jinger] I think so. I think there’s more room
so the liquid only comes up to just about the top of the label and so we have all this space to work with for the powder to go in and
then for that reaction time to come out the spout. I think it’s gonna be better. – There’s only one way
to find out you guys. – [Jinger] Let’s do it. – Okay, here we go. And you guys gotta remember to take the poll up in the iCard up above and let us know which of
these crafts was your favorite and then also come and
follow us over on Instagram and let us know if you
tried any of these at home as a family, with your
kids or anything like that. It’s awesome. Okay are you guys ready? – Yeah let’s do it.
– Here we go. Three, two, one, go. Whoa okay.
– Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. – Okay okay, it’s definitely
just creating a lot of air pressure and gas. Look at that. – [Jinger] The liquid
didn’t come up through. – The liquid is not
bubbling up like that Coke. – [Jinger] Interesting, but
it’s all filled with air. That’s so cool. – And it’s totally bubbling, look at that. It’s fizzing like soda, like it’s made a bunch of carbonation. Somebody who understands
science, tell us– – [Jinger] Tell us in the
comments what’s going on. – What is this reaction creating? What is the gas right here? Tell us down in the
comments below you guys. That was pretty cool. (upbeat music) What if I turn the jug upside down? – [Jinger] Now Carl, you
should take the balloon off and see what that smells like. – Okay, here we go. Let’s dump it in here first. I’ll take it off then and see. – [Jinger] That is a huge balloon. – Well, it definitely wasn’t as exciting. I don’t know why? Why is that? – [Jinger] I don’t know. – It just doesn’t have the
carbonation with the vinegar. – [Jinger] I actually expected
the vinegar to have more of an explosive reaction. – I know. I thought, I even think so too. Ready, here we go. – [Jinger] It smells like vinegar. (Carl coughing) – Here, you gotta smell it. – [Jinger] I’ll pass, no I’m good. I know exactly what vinegar smells like. That’s okay. – Okay enough of that. – [Jinger] Hey, we still have
five minute crafts to do. – All right, lets go back inside. Oh look, now all the horrible
lighting is all over here at the kitchen table and
the kitchen looks great. So we’re gonna move the
film set back over here and back to it. – Carl is stressing me out. – [Carl] You know what, I need
a balloon full of toothpaste. Ah, all my problems are solved. – I’m gonna sell these
for 29.99 on my website, if you guys want to buy. – Only 19.99, but wait there’s more. What’s the next craft Jinger? – If you ever find yourself
in a party situation without a confetti cannon, which I don’t even know
when that would happen, this is what you do. Okay, steal a toilet paper, middle thing. We have a balloon here,
right, which is at every party and we can just–
– You basically just find a kid standing alone, walk up,
– we’re just gonna– – [Carl] Take the balloon – Just take the kid’s balloon. Find some scissors. And then all that you do,
is you’re gonna stretch out this balloon over the top
of this toilet paper roll– – Okay. – In a very non-weird way. – [Carl] So here’s what’s
cool about this project, is you’ve actually done this one before. – See, I’m just not good at crafts. I’m squishing it. – [Carl] Did you crush it? – Hold on. – [Carl] Uh-oh, first fail? – No, Carl. We’re not failing, okay. That was a little tight. Okay, so you don’t want it so tight. Actually, maybe you do. – [Carl] That looks pretty good. – We’re rolling with it. – [Carl] It sounded good. – Okay, I have some confetti in here. Super cute. Alrighty, so you just put
your confetti in and then, are you guys ready? – Okay wait, wait.
– Are you guys ready? – [Carl] Yeah, let’s see what happens. – Here we go. Yay. – [Carl] Yay, then we say, happy whatever. – Birthday. – [Carl] Happy whatever
commercialized occasion. Woo. – Woohoo. – [Jinger] What is next? – For this next experiment,
we’re gonna actually turn balloons into bouncy balls. At least that’s the 5-Minute Craft. My challenge is, I’m gonna
try and do two balloons. A regular size one and a giant size one in less than five minutes. You’re gonna need scissors,
balloons and electrical tape. Oh yeah. First thing we need to
realize, is that when you get a normal balloon and you
try to bouncy ball it– – [Jinger] Why is it so awkward
to watch you tie a balloon? – Why is it so awkward to tie
a balloon in front of people? Okay I did it. Okay, so normally, you’re like, okay like, I don’t have any bouncy balls. I would love to have a bouncy ball. – [Jinger] That happens
to me all the time. – All I’ve got is this balloon. It kind of bounces but it’s
like all over the place. So what you do is, you
take the electrical tape and you basically just give
it a little bit of frame work to bounce against. This is where the scissors come in. All right. Here we go. And already you’ve got a
little bit of bounce going on. So on their video they did it like this, where they kept all the tape
going the same direction. Should we try a new and improved version where I go around the
opposite way too once. – [Jinger] It’s up to you. You don’t actually know if that works. – What do you mean? I know if that works. Look at this.
– Whoa, that works. – It works, like a bouncy ball. – [Jinger] That looks like a basket ball. – Anybody want to shoot some hoops? See? – [Jinger] That actually works. It’s a miracle. It actually looks like a basket ball. – You could go around with
the tape a couple more times it’ll work even better. Should we do it with the giant size ball? – Yes.
– Let’s do it. (upbeat music) (laughing) – Okay, I popped the balloon. – [Jinger] Carl just
popped a giant balloon. – I almost died trying
to blow that thing up. My head feels like it’s
like half the size but four times the size all at the same time. – [Jinger] I think we got
the idea that it works. – The giant balloon is gross and slobbery and it popped over here. I’m not blowing up another one. But we got the idea it works, you guys. Let’s get on to the awesome
chocolate ice cream bowl. – This is what we’re doing, folks. We are using balloons to make chocolate ice cream bowls out of these yummy, colorful,
chocolate melty candies that you can get in the
cake decorating aisle. So we’re gonna blow up these balloons, the inside of the bowl size. It depends on–
– So this is like five minutes or less you’re trying to make a
chocolate ice cream bowl? Edible ice cream bowl. – There we go. I wanna do this kind of
like crafty, obviously. So I’m gonna do pink on one side, – [Carl] Okay. – And we’re gonna do
blue on the other side. And then when it comes
out of the microwave, I’ll swirl it with a straw to make swirls just because I’m so crafty and then I’m gonna put
balloon in, put it on here, and then put it in the freezer. – [Carl] How long do you
microwave the chocolate? – ‘Til it’s melted. – [Carl] ‘Til it’s melted. – A real crafter would know that. But I think maybe like a
minute, thirty seconds. That’s my guess. Let’s see. Oh this is going to be very satisfying. – [Carl] Oh look at that,
it’s all melty and everything. – This is the really fun part, so get it real nice and close. Okay, so we’re gonna. Oh, see I’m messing it up. I’m gonna mix the pink over
here and get it like liquid. And I’m gonna mix the blue over here. I’m trying to be a real crafter, Carl. – [Carl] Oh okay so you gotta
get it all liquidy first and then create the swirls. – And then we’re gonna create the swirl and then dip the balloon. – [Carl] Nobody wants lumpy swirls. – Not me. – [Carl] I don’t know about you. – Okay I think now we have to swirl it. – [Carl] Okay, ready? – Ooh look at how satisfying it is. – [Carl] Don’t mix it too much or it’s just going to turn purple. – Is it stressing you out Carl? – [Carl] Yes, I’m getting
freaked out right now. Don’t ruin it. Everything’s riding on this. – Everything’s riding on it. – [Carl] Wait. Cooking spray. – Oh. – whoa, I totally saved her. Right there, that was a critical moment. – Okay here we go. We’re gonna spray this
balloon just a smidge. – [Carl] Put it right
into your chocolate bowl. – Are you ready? I hope this is gonna work, we
only have to do two halves. – [Carl] Did we mess it up? – Probably. – [Carl] Because of the cooking spray? – No way, that is totally going to work. Okay, this is what we’re gonna do. I’m gonna dip it one more time. Look at how cool that looks. That looks cool.
– It looks really cool, like tie dye. – Okay, we’re gonna just
stick it right here. Kyle’s gonna love this
because he loves tie dye. How are we on time Carl? – [Carl] Right now I don’t know ’cause we stopped the clock a little bit. I think you might be going
over the mark but that’s okay. – Probably. Okay. – [Carl] If you were
hooked on this before, you could probably crank
them out pretty quick now. I would say this is a fast method. – This is fast. – [Carl] And it’s really fun
for like a birthday party or something. It’s a really cool idea. – Or any old Tuesday. – [Carl] Any old Tuesday. (laughing) Especially in this house. There you go, you’ve got
two little happy bowls. – Okay, now we’re gonna
stick them in the freezer, let them set up and then we’ll
try to remove the balloon. – [Carl] Are they done? – They are done. – [Carl] Oh my gosh, they look like bowls. – I think when we remove the balloons, they’re gonna just be shaped perfectly. That’s what I’m hoping for. – [Carl] They look happy too. They look like oh– – Little happy ice cream bowls. – [Carl] Having a nice day at the spa. – It’s holding it’s shape. – [Carl] Okay. – That’s exciting. Are you guys ready? – [Carl] Don’t do it too fast. You just gotta let the air out
slowly so it doesn’t crumble. Will the balloon release or
will it just crack and crumble? – [Jinger] It’s releasing. Right there. – [Carl] Okay I hear
it crackling and stuff. Is it gonna work? – [Jinger] Oh yeah. – [Carl] Why are you whispering? – I don’t know, ’cause I’m
scared that I’m gonna fail. – [Carl] How are you gonna get it loose? – I don’t know, Carl. – [Carl] You’re supposed
to put the spray on there. You see, you doubted me about the spray. – I put the spray on. – [Carl] Did you? It’s not coming loose. That looks pretty stuck. – I’m questioning everything okay. – [Carl] Can you get it out? – I don’t know. You see, this is the truth
behind crafts, okay?. On Pinterest it look so easy. – [Carl] And then in
real life, it’s like– – Can normal human beings do this? – [Carl] Chunk of balloon
stuck in your bowl. It actually has a bottom like a bowl and it looks like a tie
dyed chocolate bowl. – This is so cool. – [Carl] It worked. Just don’t crack it. Be really careful. It’s like right where the face
is, where the smiley face is. – Oh my goodness, you
guys, this last part, look, it’s starting to
break along the edge. The walls are so thin on this thing. – [Carl] There you go,
there you go, there you go. – [Jinger] Just gonna pull slowly. You have to be patient sometimes
in crafting, obviously. – [Carl] Okay. – I have so many crafting tips. – [Carl] You can’t get the balloon out. – Oh I– – [Carl] Did the bowl just crack? – Not yet, not yet. It just feels like it’s going to. This balloon is really
stuck in this one area. – [Carl] Come on. Oh. – Yeah. Look at that. – [Carl] You have a perfect
chocolate bowl, Jinger. Look at that. You were totally successful.
– That is so awesome. – [Carl] You make an ice
cream bowl out of chocolate. – And how cute, that
would be so fun to have for a birthday party or any other commercialized celebratory moment. – [Carl] You could put any
kind of food or anything like that, that you want
for any kind of a party or anything.
– Okay that’s cute. – [Carl] Okay, you’re
gonna try and release the other one now. – All right, let’s see if we
can get this other one out. – [Carl] Is that one worse? – [Jinger] Yes. – [Carl] Can I just touch it? I just want to see what it feels like. – Yeah you can touch it. – [Carl] It looks like kind of satisfying. – See it’s breaking. Don’t break my bowl, Carl. – [Carl] I just wanna get it out. I’m just helping, don’t worry. – [Jinger] Oh my goodness. Okay. A little aggressive, don’t you think? – [Carl] There we go. Did I put a hole in the–
– Yes. – [Carl] Ah, I put a hole in the bottom. – ‘Cause you’re not careful. You’re not being careful with my craft. – [Carl] Here’s what we’ll do. Here’s the idea. We just simplify it. If you get a broken bowl,
you just crumble it up and use it like sprinkles
on top of the bowl. – Then you call it sprinkles. – [Carl] Sprinkle shell. All right, let’s make a ice cream. – [Jinger] Let’s do it. – [Carl] It totally worked. – [Jinger] Totally worked. Wow that is. Liquidity, okay.
– That comes out really syrupy. – [Jinger] But the best
part, the sprinkles. – [Carl] Awesome. Jinger, you totally made an ice cream bowl out of
chocolate and with a balloon. – And do you know what? I’m feeling pretty crafty. – [Carl] Are you really? – Yeah. – [Carl] But you’re lactose intolerant. – I am. So I’m just gonna pretend
like I’m gonna eat this. – [Carl] So is that for me? – I’m gonna eat this little
thing and you get the rest. – [Carl] I get the rest? That’s for me.
– Yummy. Look how yummy that is. – That looks awesome. You guys, the rest of these videos, that you see on screen are also for you and if you want us to do
other five minute crafts and test them out and see if they work. Let us know down in the comments below if you like this video. Click any of the other ones that you see on screen to check those out. Remember to subscribe
and turn on notifications if you haven’t already and I’ll see you guys in the next one. – Bye. – [Carl] We’ll definitely just
share this with all the kids, that’s gonna be awesome. I can’t believe that worked.