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My brother is always asking me for quirky gifts for X-mas so this time when I he asked me for a LED USB Tiki (I added the glow in the ...
Here's what you'll need: Materials: 1. A USB plug - I used an old printer cable 2. An LED light taken from an existing desktop light toy (I took ...
Take your Amazing Mold Putty and mix enough of each color (follow mixing instructions in the box) so that 75% of the tiki is covered by the putty. I ...
To estimate how much Shapelock you'll need I suggest pour the beads into the mold (adding a few more just to cover the empty space of the beads) ...
Halfway through this project I realized I needed to add a base to the tiki to hold the lights. I thought I could do this by adding a ...
Drill a hole into the back of the tiki base to all for the cable to pass into the tiki
Wire strip the USB cable so that only the red and black wire are exposed (you can cut away the other wires). Strip the coating and wire in ...
Once you've wired in the lights to the USB plug you can plug it in to your computer then tuck the LED lights into the base of the ...
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