Introduction: Making Lights Flash

Very easy way to make christmas lights or any lights twinkle Just hack one cord and use it anywhere u need


timmi (author)2009-10-19

Two things, does the lights continue to flash, and could this be used on 12v christmas lights? Thanks :)

LastDevil (author)2009-06-12

they should continue as it's not a flo tube

bbarkley23 (author)2009-04-20

do the lights continue to flash or is it only for a few seconds

wally33 (author)2008-06-23

can you smell smoke?

ComradeLynx (author)2008-01-20

Very nice! Have you tested how many hours it lasts?

gert1000 (author)ComradeLynx2008-01-20

Tested? Not relly. I had those in use about every evening in two weeks, but it still working.

gamer (author)2008-01-04

i would highly suggest soldering here, or else it could be dangerous, o well... very nice instructable. -gamer

gert1000 (author)gamer2008-01-04

yes, but its just for example, I used that just for this videoclip thatway and thanks:)

GorillazMiko (author)2008-01-03

Nice job, looks great in the end. :-)

gert1000 (author)GorillazMiko2008-01-03

thanks a lot:)

Karel Jansens (author)2008-01-03

A housing for a starter is not that expensive and would avoid that "cringely" (as in: Making me cringe) winding of wires and using tape on a high-voltage connection. Otherwise: Nice find!

gert1000 (author)Karel Jansens2008-01-03

yeah sorry abot that and thanks for comment...

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