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Watch battery powered miniature dollhouse chandelier Answered


I would love to see someone create a tutorial on how to make these:

http://www.manhattandollhouse.com/html/battery_operated_miniature_dol.html

They chandeliers for dollhouses that are powered with small (watch sized batteries) and they have on & off switches.

I know a lot of the materials to make these can be found here
http://www.cir-kitconcepts.com/
I just have no clue how to put everything together

 

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araza19

5 years ago

Really good like http://dollhousesstore.com/

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Kitemanaraza19

Reply 5 years ago

There seems to be an issue with that site's security certificate?

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imkcqt

7 years ago

I have been looking for the bases. You can find battery holders but not with the switches attached. That's the problem. They must make them somewhere.

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clarkkimberlyimkcqt

Reply 7 years ago

If you find the bases please post it. I have been searching everywhere! The lamps are nothing more than beads on a base. I would love to try to make my own. I am haaving the same problem you are with finding the bases.

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mrslandry

7 years ago

I found it!!! I hope the original post-er sees my post.

http://www.modeltrainsoftware.com/3v.html

I ordered one today.....very excited :o)

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Twinmum

8 years ago

I'm not sure about you getting the battery operated components at cir-kit. Most, if not all of their stuff is used with tape wire and all hooked up to a 12 volt power supply. I've not seen the battery operated lights before, but have been trying to work out how to do something similar. I have made miniature chandeliers and light fittings, but only 12v ones.

Norma

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wobbler

8 years ago

It should also be easy to modify a solar garden light to provide the power without messing with batteries. You could even mount the solar cell part on the roof to make a true solar powered dolls' house.