Will you be the next Guinness World Records title holder? In the recent launch of the Guinness World Records 2019 NEW edition you will find an entire maker section focused on sharing how you could be the next Guinness World Records holder.
Guinness World Records is known for bringing the whole family together to chat about the wild, weird and unbelievable talents around the globe. It truly is amazing all of the incredibly talented people who devote so much time to achieve these titles.
As we flipped through the pages my son pointed out Canadian record breakers he recognized, his favourite YouTube contributor (Dan TDM), and an elephant-sized hamburger.
Guinness World Records Maker Movement
The variety of content found within the pages of Guinness World Records is really for everyone. With their highlighted pages featuring their Maker series they are hoping to get you even more involved. Their “Maker” movement celebrates inventors, dreamers, crafters and creators who devote their lives to their titles. You’ll have to check out the world’s largest water pistol and the jet powered go-kart found within this chapter!
On top of that, Guinness World Records has created 5 NEW titles that they want you to practice and try at home. Have you ever wanted to attempt a Guinness World Record? Now is your chance.
Guinness World Records: How to Be a Record-Breaker
- Apply Online: It all starts on their website www.guinnessworldrecords.com
- Get the guidelines: Try out one of their 5 Maker themed records within the NEW Guinness World Records 2019 edition or create your own and you’ll hear from them if it’s been accepted.
- Attempt Your Record: Time to get practicing!! Let all your hard work shine when you video yourself, include witnesses and take lots of photographs. Full details on the website.
- Send Your Evidence: Make sure you have followed all the guidelines and then send in your evidence. If you are successful then you will know about it when you receive your official certificate in the mail. How cool!
5 Maker Themed Guinness World Records to Try at Home
Below are five fun ways to get the whole family involved this holiday season, whether you want to compete against each other or submit your results officially to Guinness World Records, that’s up to you.
- Origami Cube
- Balloon Dogs
- Ring-Pull Necklace
- Rubber Band Figurine
- Paper Banger
Which do you think you want to attempt?
Make sure to pick up your copy of the NEW Guinness World Records 2019 edition to get all the details on each challenge and how to enter.
Buy Guinness World Records Online
- Purchase Online Here
- Cost: $34.95
- Recommended Age: 8-12 Years Old
Guinness World Records brings so much fun and entertainment to the home, whether you are attempting to break a Guinness World Records title or not.
Enjoy flipping through the pages and discovering all the talent, from epic hoola-hoop extraordinaires to competitive eaters, it’s all in there for your entertainment.