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I have a lot of old coffee cans, and tobacco cans laying around, and was trying to think of something to use them for. Here is one of ...
1 coffee/tobacco can 1 bulb socket 1 cord (I had this one laying around from something or other) Sander Hammer/nail Electrical tape/heat shrink tubing Wine cork
Sand the paint off of the can or remove the label. Poke holes with the hammer and nail in an abstract fashion. Cut hole in the bottom to ...
Cut a wine cork into four pieces and glue them to the bottom of the can. This will allow room for the wires, and allow air to get ...
Connect the wires from the plug to the socket. Use electrical tape (or preferably heat shrink tubing). Insert socket into hole, and tape wires to the bottom.
I'm sure a switch could be added, but electrical work isn't my specialty. I switched the bulb to a small, low wattage CF bulb after the photos were ...
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