Step 1: Gather your stuff!
-Krazy Glue (or any glue you like).
-Old Glasses (or new it's your choice they have to be metal and big framed).
-Old camera (preferably video, they tend to have more magnification).
-Old telescope (if you get only one lens from the camera).
-A piece of string or a glass holding cord. (for holding the glasses obviously).
-The lens cover from the camera (if available).
-A self-made lens cover (to prevent eyesight straining) [optional].
-A Knife (comes in handy). -Safety Glasses, goggles, etc. (for all the safetyphilliacs).
-m&m's (to keep focus)
-a pair of hands.
-Ahhh! I forgot... more etcetera.
Step 3: First assembly
Step 4: Let's Glue it!
Please don't mind the messy hoodie.
Step 5: Finishing up
Step 6: Almost there
insert one tubing piece in the arm of your glasses and pass your cord through it once in the arm so you should be left with the cord inside the tubing and the arm too, repeat for the other arm.
Or else just tie a knot.
Still tubing looks neater.
Step 7: There, you finished!!
if you are to install that light, just tape it to the frame or use big gauge heatshrink tubing and "tube" it to the frame. Again, this for neatness.