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How to make a hexagonal starry sky LED night light

With a leftover piece of wood, lots of drilled holes, flexible LED strip lights and some quick wiring, Linn from the Darbin Orvar YouTube channel demonstrates how she made a hexagonal starry sky LED night light.

Don’t have access to workshop machines for cutting and drilling? Make a simple star lamp with foam board and LED fairy lights:

Next: Linn makes a baseball bat from rough-sawn lumber.

Plus: How to build a light bulb, drawing circuits with conductive ink, and how to make a Moser Lamp: 60 watts of free, natural light.

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