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This is a quick tutorial on how to make a beginner LED Nightlight. I originally made this for my little brother to help keep the monsters at bay.
Large Tube Small Tube LED Lights Wire (anything conductive) Pipe Cap (fits over large tube) Lilypad Arduino Aqua Beads (glass shards, water, etc) Leather Band Glue Gun Small ...
To start you’ll want to curl the ends of your LED lights with small pliers. I used RGB LED’s because I wanted a green blue color effect.
You'll then run a wire from one LED to the next in parallel (positive to positive, negative to negative in a line from one LED to the next. ...
I hot glued my Lilypad and battery to the inside of my lid. The lid I purchased was a black PVC cap, that just so happened to unscrew ...
Now while testing my lights, they started to feel pretty hot so I placed a resistor in between the positive wire coming from the LED and the positive ...
Now because my lid was slightly to big I hot glued a leather band along the inside rim to determine where the lid should stop.
You'll want to hot glue the small tube to the bottom of the large one, if not the small tube will want to float to the top (depending ...
After charging your Lilypad, switch it on and carefully place LED's into the small tube. WaaLa, you got yourself an art work by day and monster bashing light ...
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