I had some OHP paper lying around. Rather than throwing it away I decided to make something creative out of it. Talking about my inspiration, I've seen some similar stuff in my friend's room. I thought it would be an easy little weekend project.
So let's get started...
Step 1: Things and Tools You Need
Step 2: Draw Your Design
I free-hand drew some designs on a sheet of paper. I've also drawn an extra circle radius of 5cm for fixing the LEDs. And make sure to check out the images for the measurements.
Step 3: Drawings in the OHP
Trace your drawing down to the OHP paper with glass paint outliner . Let it dry for like 30-40 minutes
Step 4: Add Some Colors
Since the main color is violet, paint violet for the largest layer i.e the second layer. And feel free to use blue, white, black, purple too. Let the paint dry for about 2 hours. Color the shapes using your creativity or just copy down what I did ;D
Step 5: Setting Up the LEDs
Connect the 3 blue LEDs together as shown in the images above
Step 6: Attaching the LEDs
Cut out a circle of radius 5 cm on the chart paper. Put two holes in the center with a compass or with your pencil.
Take out the LEDs and put the wires through the hole.
Step 7: Circuit of the LED
Connect the LEDs to the battery and switch.
Tape(insulation tape or double-sided tape) the wires, switch and battery behind the LEDs
Step 8: Cuting the Layers
Stick the chart paper behind the second and third layer and cut it down. As it gives it more thickness
Use your penknife to cut the second layer.
Step 9: Fixing the Layers
Cut out four pieces of double-sided tape. Stick them together.
Stick it between the layers and that's how you fix them.
Step 10: Giving the Led a Faded Effect
Take out your oil paper and cut a circle out of it with the same radius as of the OHP circle.
Stick them together
Attach the leds to the circle as we did with the other layers.
Step 11: Fixing Everything
Just as we did the led and the layers, stick both of them with the double-sided tape
Also stick the tape to the battery and we are all done...;D
Step 12: And, Finally
Note that I have added a little bit of white paint onto the second layer so that it doesn't look so and dull during the day.
Thank you guys for going through the full tutorial. Feel free to comment.