Lamp in Minecraft Style!

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Introduction: Lamp in Minecraft Style!

HI! My daughter like to play in Minecraft game. So i decided to make for here a night lamp in Minecraft pixel style:)

Its very simple and easy do do DIY project.

Step 1:

You will need a few tools. I used:

- Japanese saw

- Screwdriver

- Right angle ruler

- Glue

- Sandpaper

Materials that you will need:

-led light bulb

- light bulb base

- wire with switch

- glue

- wood Board 28*28 mm

Step 2:

First of all, you will need to cut lots of wood cubes. My cubes will be 28 мм. You can make any size you want. Additionally, I cut 18 mm cubes

I measured and cut, measured and cut. If you have circular saw, you can use it. It will be much more faster and evenly.

Step 3:

When we cut all cubes, we need to sand them. You can use a sand machine (it will be much more faster), or you can use just a piece of sandpaper as i did.

Step 4:

Now i will make a base for the led lamp. I made base 85*85 mm.

Then i make a first layer of my lamp. I fixed cubes with glue.

Step 5:

I waiting until the glue dries up. Then i drilled a hole for the wire. Connect wire with bulb base and fix with screws to the base.

Warning! Use only LED bulb. Led lamps do not heat up much.

Step 6:

Now i'm making all other layers. Place the cubes in any order. Whatever you like.

Step 7:

For the top of the cubes I made a stand out of paper clips. it will seem that the cubes are hanging in the air

Step 8:

That's it! The lamp is ready and you can enjoy your beautiful lamp!

I hope you like it! Thanks for watching!

Step 9:

P.s. maybe you are interested how can i removed the bulb when it will stop working:)? Please don't worry! It can be easily reinstalled in 5 seconds 😉

Step 10:

P.s.s If you like my project, please support me in "Hand Tools Challenge" and press button "VOTE".

Thank you!👍🤝😉

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24 Comments

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itzikdiy
itzikdiy

1 year ago

Awesome project!

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MichaelL628

What a brilliant use of off cuts would look good in different natural wood colours .I would try to make one using children's coloured number / alphabet letters blocks for a soft bed side light with maybe a name spelt out or year born . or a giant replica Rubik's cube exploding because I still Haven't mastered it so blowing the thrustrating toy up. or a Jenga block variation.thanks for sharing👍👍👍👍👍

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Polkilo
Polkilo

Reply 1 year ago

I dont know exactly :) i didnt count them. You may use as many as you like. All depends from the size of the lamp 😊

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it15
it15

1 year ago

Спасибо. понравилось. Excelent!

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Polkilo
Polkilo

Reply 1 year ago

Спасибо! Thank you 😊

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jdbalch
jdbalch

Question 1 year ago on Step 7

Please explain more detail of how you make the floating cubes with the paper clips.

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Polkilo
Polkilo

Answer 1 year ago

I made a wire out of paper clips . I drilled a hole in the cubes. I pressed the wire into the holes in the cubes and fixed it with glue.

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Equibuches
Equibuches

1 year ago

definitively fan of this design

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Entropismo
Entropismo

1 year ago

Beautiful!!! when perfect and simple geometry and randomness go in hand in hand

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Polkilo
Polkilo

Reply 1 year ago

Thanks 😊 I'm glad you like it 😉🤝👍

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Stevens Workshop
Stevens Workshop

1 year ago

Really cool design.
I bet it casts some great shadows.

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WilkoL
WilkoL

1 year ago

Beautiful! But.... how do you change the bulb when it is defect?
Voted.

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Polkilo
Polkilo

Reply 1 year ago

:) its just fine! I uploaded few more pictures. Bulb reinstalled very easily:) when you glued the bricks, you should check every layer... Will you be able to remove the bulb 😄😉👍

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WilkoL
WilkoL

Reply 1 year ago

Thanks for Step 9 :-)

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Polkilo
Polkilo

Reply 1 year ago

You are welcome 😉👍

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PARACORD WOLF
PARACORD WOLF

Question 1 year ago

HOW AWESOME IS THAT!!! WOW! Love Minecraft so much. Very cool idea. Thank you! VOTED 😉.

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Polkilo
Polkilo

Answer 1 year ago

What a great news! I'm really glad you like it! And thanks for voted ☺️😉👍🤝🇧🇾

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littlebadwren
littlebadwren

1 year ago

This is fantastic! It truly looks like it’s floating apart!

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Polkilo
Polkilo

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you so much 👍😊 I'm glad you like it 😉🤝👍