Introduction: LED It Sleep
Hi,this instructable is usefull when you get uot of bed in the middle of the night to visite the bathroom or the kitchen but you do not want to wake everyone up by turning on the lights.So what do you do?"LED it sleep" is what you need!(many thanks to PixLix for the name).
Sleepers with leds..
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Step 1: Leds and Batteries
Well sorry for not having a detailed photo but it is easy to do.3AAA batteries soldered in series,negative to possitive pole, and 2 white leds in parallel.negative to negative lead and possitive to possitive.this way there is no need for resistors.A! don't forget a swich glued on the battery pack.I used an old one I had removed from some junk appliance-never throw staff like that away.I taped the pack and switch together.It looks like that.
Step 2: Putting in Sleeper
Then is fitting.I used my funny looking winter sleepers for 2 reasons. Because they are big enough to hold the batteries and because they look really funny with leds is the deer's nosils!Anyway, I turned it inside out and cut some stitchs to make a hole, found the nose where I wanted to place my leds, made 2 holes and hotglued then in place.I placed the batteries in and sew it back again.I made sure that when you fiddle around on the outside I could find the batteries and use the switch.
In the picture you can see the stuffing it has.
Step 3: Led Sleepers Finished
Turn then sleeper outside-in and find the switch to turn it on.This is it..
I have no night shots but you know how bright the leds are.
The only problem is that the leds are a little "crosseyed"..something to improve the next time..