Led Light Box and Charge Port




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Introduction: Led Light Box and Charge Port

Start by making a small drawn picture of what you want.

Step 1: Things to Buy

1. A piece of 3 foot by 3 foot by 1.5 inch wood.

2. A light bulb

3. A replacement cord for a drill

4. A replacement outlet

5. Wood glue

Step 2: Cut Wood

Cut wood into 4 8 inch by 6 inch pieces

Cut also into 2 6 inch by 6 inch pieces

Trace the outline of outlet onto one of the 8 inch by 6 inch pieces of wood and then glue in outlet

Step 3: Cut Wire

Cut 4 4 inch pieces of the wire and then take the 3 cords inside and strip both ends of the wires.

After this look at your outlet instructions to make sure you fix the outlet up

Then strip put of the wire remaining power cord and connect the wires to one extra piece of each other than your ground wire

Then connect other two wires to the lightbulb and mount how you feel is needed.

Step 4: Glue

Now glue into a box shape and drill small hole in back of box for the wire to run through.

Then take wood drill bit and put it into a drill and drill random holes in wood to make a star effect on area around the lamp.



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