LED Glue Stick Pendant

Introduction: LED Glue Stick Pendant

LED Glue Stick Pendant is nice.

Very easy to make and you will have some fun

it can be for party or you can put it on your back when you ride a bike at night,it will be your securty light

Enjoy it :)

Step 1: Materials and Tools

Materials

- 1 LED RGB

- 2 Button Batteries any type

- 1 Glue Stick

- Duct Tape,only for accesories, you can use anything you want

- Wire or something you like

Tools

- Cutter

- Pliers

- Hot Glue Gun

Step 2: Step 1

Cut the Glue Stick about 5 Cm.

split it with a cutter and make screw with Hot Glue Gun, you can also do this with Drill,make a hole to insert a LED

Step 3: Step 2

Joining the button battery with glue, for easy assembly

fix the battery with LED, make sure you not incorrect + and -

fix the stick with wire for necklace

twist with tape for accesories

To Turn it ON, press tight LED leg to battery

To Turn OFF, Release from battery.

and... tadaaaa..... have fun :)

* sorry for my english, i am from Indonesia :)

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    6 Discussions

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    holymoses
    holymoses

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Actually in my experience those Gluesticks do not shine so bright as shown in the video ... you can also sandpaper them...or just try drinking straws.

    Drilling gets much, much easier if you heat the tool up before and take a smaller one!

    Just try!

    :-)

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    Geocyber
    Geocyber

    Reply 4 years ago

    ok,its nice idea :)

    I would definitely pretend that I little lightsaber, like all the time, if I made this. It's a really simple build, and it works so well! Also very useful for safety at night. Thanks for sharing!