Having a powerful portable lamp is very useful in makers life. Of course there are very good solutions which you can buy for few bucks, but time ago I loved to work wood, and I've made this nice spotlight stand. You can attack it on any surface and you can adjust the spot at the direction you like.
Step 1: the joints
As I said main material here is wood :-)
Just cut four cylinders from an old broom handle, length could be about 4 cm.
Then you need a small wood board, at least 1 cm thick.
Make 6 mm holes in both ends of the cylinders, and also on a side of the board.
I've also glued on the bottom side of the board a rectangle of rubber of the right dimensions, to improve the adherence on any surface.
One of the cylinders has two little hole instead of a big one, they're to screw the spotlight holder, so measure the screws stem to find the right diameter. The groove made with a file is not essential, but it keeps the wood far from the hot glass of the lamp.