Lace Lighting Inspired by Origami Tulip

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Introduction: Lace Lighting Inspired by Origami Tulip

let's make a cute night lighting for your room...:)

Step 1: Materials and Devices


1. Nails
2. Hammer
3. Wooden frame
4.scissors
5. wood adhesive
6. lace
7. plastic bowl
8. solder gun
9. solder
10.cables
11.linear LEDs
12.12V adapter

Step 2:

first you need a hammer, a lot of nails and a frame...

Step 3:

first fit the nails leaving two centimeters between...

Step 4:

then take a deep plastic bowl, about one and a half meter of elastic lace and some white wood adhesive about half a kilo...

Step 5:

pour the adhesive into the bowl and cover the lace with it....

Step 6:

...then strain it on the frame with nails..

Step 7:

wait for it to dry and harden....it may take about 7  hours:/

Step 8:

take the lace of after hardened and give a squere shape to fol it as a tulip shape....

Step 9:

FOLD AND UNFOLD THE CROSS CORNERS ONE TO ANOTHER THEN COLLAPSE THE
MODEL

Step 10:

FLAT FOLLOWING EXISTING CREASES.AFTER THAT FOLD THETOP LEFT FLAP OVER TO THE RIGHT,REPEAT
ON OTHERSIDE.

Step 11:

FOLD AND TUCK RIGHT OFTOP LAYER INTO THE PREVIOUS FOLD AND REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE.

Step 12:


THEN GIVE
VOLUME WITH YOUR HANDS .

Step 13:

THEN THE FIRST LAMPSHADE IS READY ...NOW YOU NEED two LAMPSHADES
MORE TO COMPLETE THE LIGHTING.

Step 14:

take the soldering machine and solder to fit the LED linear lights to the  cables...make three more led-cable combinations and connect them with the 12V adapter.....

Step 15:


make the tree circle base then drill the cable holes in the centers of them....

Step 16:

then connect with the wires and LED lights....

Step 17:

put the lampshades on the base... and your night lighting is ready:)))

Step 18:

ENJOY IT:)

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    8 Discussions

    For the beginning of the isntructable, could you please add an extra step explaining the needed materials?

    thanks:) but ı needed to change the ıllustratıons because of they weren't really readable...

    This is awesome, but I can't read the text. It's too small. I should probably be able to figure out the the origami part, but not the lighting. That is not my area of expertise.

    1 reply

    thanks:) so I've changed the images and made the text readable:) hope it's understandable...