Picture of Alien Abduction Lamp
This instructable will show you how to make an alien abduction lamp.

Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials
8" range replacement pans - 3 (2 for the UFO and 1 for cutting pieces from)
smooth sided tapered drinking glass
small glass bowl
medium base light socket
lamp cord with switch
small piece of plywood (about 6"x6")
small alien toy
small abductee (lego man, cow, sheep, etc)
mini cfl lightbulb
green paint
tin snips
file or small grinder (dremel)
tape measure
drill and small bit or hammer and nail
jigsaw or small handsaw
T.M.Hatter7 months ago

me-again100 thank you for sharing this with us all. The Hatter here is deinently going to try and make one for myself. :)

shteef2 years ago
Great idea! just made my son one!
HollyMann2 years ago
Amazing! I love your creativity...it is inspiring to see what you can make with everyday items!
Lord Videot2 years ago
I like this. I think I will use this idea to make a tank for my beta. I have and would suggest a color changing led for the light You can get them in the aquarium aisle
saw a site selling something very akin to this last year but were charging £70!!! this a much cheaper and more inventive alternative, nice work!
very very cool. love it!
J-Five2 years ago
mgrunwel2 years ago
A possible addition is some polycarbonate sandwiched between the 2 halves of the saucer. It would glow from the light source giving a little detail around the edge.
ehudwill2 years ago
Great idea!
Awwww yeah!
very good
jschumaker2 years ago
Neat project.
Super adorbs. Nice work!
doodlecraft2 years ago
Amazing and so simple! I love that virtually all your elements can be found at the dollar store! Totally clever! :)
Great idea and execution!

Now I just need to find a place to put one...
Also might try filling the glass with some kind of resin so I can have my lego guy floating part way up to the UFO!
danilo.bar12 years ago
very very cool!
I like it!
This idea is very cool!
M3G2 years ago
Haha cool lamp.
This is hilarious, and awesome. Great work! Thank you so much for sharing your project.