How to Make a Flashdark!





Introduction: How to Make a Flashdark!

In this instructable I will tell you how to make a flashdark. What is a flashdark, you may be asking. Well it's basically a flashlight, but instead it's a flashdark!

Step 1: MAterials

What will I need to make a flashdark, you ask? Well can't you see the name of this step is called materials?
1. A flashlight that takes batteries.
2. Gypsie dust (optional).
3. Some sparkles (optional).

Step 2: The Flashlight

Ok so now is the part where your screwed if you haven't found a flashlight yet! If you have it, pick it up right now. Study it, and continue on to the next step!

Step 3: Battery Cover

Ok, so now your wondering what to do, right? WELLLLLLL you need to remove the battery cover, if you don't remove it then this instructable will be a waste of time... After the battery cover is off, take out the batteries/battery I can't stress this enough. When I first made this flashdark, I accidentaly took the batteries in... Big mistake... Don't Make the same mistake I did.

Step 4: Time to Make It Dark!

Now that the batteries/battery are/is out, put them in but instead of the right way put them in the wrong way!

Step 5: Put the Battery Cover Back On

The name of the step is self explanatory!

Step 6: Work It!

All you have to do to work your new flashdark 3000 is click the button, and. *BAM!*

-Warning I am not liable for any injuries caused by the flashdark 3000, results may vary-



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Please flag instructables like this as span.

you colored in ur pic i have same flash light

I FOUND SOMETHING NEW! if you put one battery in the right way, and one in backwards, it's half light and half dark!

are you a wizard

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Please don't do this. Aside from not turning your flashlight into a flashdark, putting the batteries in backwards will make them overheat and possibly explode.

On an incandescent flashlight it'll make no odds, however this does seem a bit... Ermm pointless...

Well, if you think this is pointless, look up "fearme36" and click on the instructable that pops up :)

hey! ..well.. your right lol