Introduction: How to Make a Buzzing Frog, the Most Random and Pointless Thing--- EVER!!
Well, I was bored one day so I decided to make some funny stuff.
Here is a buzzing frog, and on the back there will be a rocker switch (or any switch, your choice) and when you turn it on, the frog will buzz.
Cool item, and very little!
Price range from about $0.00-$247524.65 (if you get ripped off)
Soldering Iron x1 (or tape)
Solder. (if using soldering iron/ gun)
9 volt battery x1
9 volt battery clip x1
Rocker switch x1 (any switch if you want)
Rubber toy frog. x1
And LED's, which are optional.
IT IS NOT A KEROTAN FROG FROM METAL GEAR SOLID!!!
Here is what the front of the frog will look like when done.
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Step 1: Gather Your Materials.
Gather your materials.
Sorry about no pictures on this step, except for the purple monkey, because I think everybody knows what the items are.
Well, maybe not the buzzer, but go to www.google.com if you need help.
It is a very useful site.
Step 2: Cutting the Frog.
Cut a hole in the bottom of the frog for the 9volt battery and the buzzer to fit through.
Cut a hole in the back for the Rocker Switch.
When finished, go onto the next step.
Step 3: This Is Step 3.
Picture 1) Ok, now connect the 9 volt battery clip to the battery. Obviously.
Picture 2) Then, solder the black wire to the black wire on the buzzer.
When done, move on to the next step.
Step 4: More Soldering.
You can tape it if you want instead.
Picture 1) Solder the red wire to one of the prongs of the rocker switch.
Picture 2) Solder the red wire of the buzzer to the prong of the 9 volt battery clip's red wire.
TEST: Test the rocker switch, and if it buzzes when you turn it on, you are good to go.
Then, move--- you know the drill.
Step 5: Finishing Up.
Picture 1 and Picture 2) Now, stick the 9 volt battery up the frog's... you know.. "bottom hole."
NOTE: Stick JUST THE BATTERY, with NOTHING connected to it.
Picture 3 and Picture 4) Stick the 9 volt clip into the bottom hole so it connects with the 9 volt battery.
Picture 5, Picture 6, & Picture 7) Stick the rocker switch up the hole so it goes into the back hole made just for the switch. Make sure it fits good.
Picture 8) All of the stuff is inside except for the buzzer.
Picture 9) Buzzer inside.
On this step, when the buzzer goes in, the rocker switch might move up, so wiggle the buzzer and switch around until it fits good.
Next step time.
Step 6: -DONE-
Yay! Congratulations! You just made yourself an easy, cheap buzzing frog!
I know it is kind of random, but it is funny, and it is all about the thought that counts.
It not may be that good, but hey. Some people might like this.
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