Step 1: Materials
-panel of 1/4" clear plexiglass (Home Depot)
-two lamp kits (Home Depot)
-two fluorescent bulbs of any color (Home Depot)
-screws ( guess where...)
-desired footage of cord , over 8' (Home Depot )
-on/off light up toggle switch (RadioShack....you thought I was going to say Home Depot again).
-heat shrink tubing
-lamp shade ( had laying around)
- fuzzy low rider dingle balls (not pictured , will add to shade later)
-almost forgot.... One three prong power plug.
I think that is everything.
Step 2: Tools
-adjustable hole cutter for the drill
Step 3: Cutting and Drilling
Step 4: Lighting
First I fed the cord through the foot and out the neck. I measured the diameter of the neck and then traced it onto the plexiglass and cut that out. I used a hacksaw to cut the 36 inch threaded tube from the lighting kit to the length to where I wanted the light to hang in the chest. Fed this through the plexiglass and bolted in place. Next I Ran the wires for both lights and attached the bulb sockets to the top and bottom. Test fitted then connected my toggle switch to the back. There was a lot of back-and-forth as far as the test Fits went. Once I had it where I wanted it I soldered the wires Templeton screwed it all together.
Again sorry there is not much detail.
Also dictated to Siri and not read