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Ghost shoes are the more ethereal version of the shoes that get tossed onto telephone wires. These are solar-powered and so they charge every day to glow every ...
I bought six garden lights for $10 and proceeded to chop them down to the bare essentials. All I wanted was the solar panel, the circuitry, and the ...
These lights are meant to get bounced around and tossed so you want the battery snug in its spot. Grab a glue gun and secure it in there.
Chop off the LED and solder in a more efficient diffused one.
This method of tape-castng has been used by artists such as Mark Jenkins to cool effect and it's extremely easy to do.Start off by wrapping your shoes with ...
Now, with some clear packing tape, you're going to wrap the shoes again. Make sure to get a couple layers off the stuff all round. Again, make sure ...
Take an X-acto blade and cut down the top of the shoe. You should now be able to get the shoes out. This is easier if you're not ...
Take some more packing tape and seal the tops of the shoes again.
To be shoes, these will need laces with a good and sturdy connection to the shoe. I cut out some clear pieces of acrylic and drilled a couple ...
Place the light kit inside the shoe and tape it up one last time.
Tie the laces together so you have some ghost shoe bolas ready to go.
These shoes are a little sturdier than I imagined and they can be thrown. The best method I've found is to toss them overhand at a wire. So ...
Vera in the Netherlands recreated the Ghost Shoes with a big group of kids. You can see the class page here. Be sure to click "show normal version" ...
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