Step 1: Getting the Materials
Here's a complete list:
1 Hollowed out incandecent light bulb
1 can of paint
1 cloths hanger wire
1 ruler with with cm or inch
1 dremel drill
1 large piece of quarter inch plywood
1 piece of 40 grit sandpaper
1 permanent marker
2 screws with washers
1 pair of goggles
Step 2: Mark and Cut.
First start by measuring the size of the wood. Then you need to mark with a pencil two pieces. The firs piece or piece A should measure 8 cm by 8 cm ( or 3" by 3"). And then mark the size of the piece B, 14 cm by 8 cm ( 6" by 3").You can use the permanent marker if you wish if the pencil doesn't leave a good enough mark. As you can see, piece A looks like a square, and piece B looks like a rectangle. It is crucial that both pieces have the EXACT SAME WIDTH. Anyway, this is a good time to mention that you're probably going to need a clamp; but, most people don't have one, so you can just hold the wood with your hand. Next, take a saw, pretend you're in Saw III, and start cutting the wood pieces (good luck!!!).
Step 3: Sand, Mark and Drill.
Now then, take the sandpaper and sand them until they are almost perfectly smooth. I recommend 40 grit. Next mark the pieces with the permanent as sown in the pictures. I used something round,like a light bulb socket I had from a shattered light bulb, but you can use a bottle cap. The Swiss cheese look really serves no purpose, so you can cut it in any artistic way you like. But be sure to make the hole in the center of the piece A to serve as a place to put the light bulb.
To make the cuts start by clamping piece A in the clamp. Next, drill a series of holes on the permanent marker markings. They should be just a few millimeter apart. This is where is gets tricky and kind of dangerous. Use the drill like a saw and force it from one hole to the other. Remember to keep the drill bit perfectly perpendicular to the wood. Use a large and strong drill bit and watch out for smoke and hot embers. You probably have a better idea how to do this so post it in the comments and I'll put it in here! I got a little creative.
Step 4: The Sands of Time!
Step 5: More Drilling, Wire Time and Nail Time.
Next put the two screws on opposite sides of the straight wire, making sure the wire can't budge. Next, place two nails in the bottom corners of piece B and reorient the pieces so that the nails will go through piece B into piece A as shown in the picture.