I bought mine at Home Depot for about 3 Bucks if I remember correctly.
Looks good, I wish I could have found pool noodles when I built mine. Nice Job.
Getting Started With Electronics
You may find them sold on ebay, but bricklink.com is so much better.
Very very Cool.
Practical Guide to LEDs 1 - Pick Your LED!
MichaelM1219 watch out for Capacitors, they can pack a real shock if they are not discharged.
Internet of Things Class
Steampunk Raspberry Pi Laptop
How to Build a BB-8 Robot
Brewing Cuban Coffee
Waren's L.E.D Music Visualizer
How to Make Felt Doll Part 1
Simple Breakfast Casserole
DIY Bluetooth Speaker (Simple Design But Powerful)
Raspberry Pi 3 - External Power for USB Ports
How to Open and Replace the MagSafe Cord on an Apple AC Adapter
Wooden Raspberry Pi box with fan
Back yard dog poo compost septic tank
I designed this with a breakdown in mind. Should not be a problem. I can take mine apart in minutes, maybe a bit more to reassemble. No glue and no screws.
Don't let the looks or instructions fool you, it's not complicated in any way. I promise.
"Third Hand" for soldering
Soldering Iron Stand
Improved GorillaPod Helping Hands Tool
Using a joystick with your Arduino
Arduino led pendulum
Powering Arduino with a Battery
Build Your Own Arduino
Camera Chest Rest
iPad Tripod Mount
Balsa wood biplane
Crochet Gandalf the Grey
Crochet Dragon - Smaug from The Hobbit
Make Super Cheap Seed Starters
Mosaic LEGO Lamps
Salvaging Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)
Scratch build your own quad-copter!
Paracord Monster Cobra
Trying my hand at: Mold Making and Casting with Silicone RTV [Pittsburgh Tech Shop]
Sweet Corn Chowder
pulled pork recipe
The secret server
Lego Raspberry Pi Case (for A & B model)
Levitating Death Star
Simple Lego iPod/iPhone dock
Simplistic Lego iPhone 4 Stand