One of the things that never fails to give us feelings of awe and relaxation is the stars at night. Kids’ eyes always light up every time they see stars and they often visibly calm down.
This is why constellation lighting in your kids’ bedroom would be a great idea to help them to get to sleep. Kids are just so full of energy that it can be hard to settle them for bedtime!
This kids' night light lamp comes with 3 upgraded LED bulbs(white, blue, and yellow), it projects a much wider range and generates much brighter light. 6 modes film(starry sky, lovers in the stars, sea world, 12 constellations, happy birthday, planet). Emit 6 different light modes shining on.
This DIY constellation jar lamp is very easy to do and, of course, inexpensive. So try making one now with the kids. Or maybe two for your bedroom as well?
Making your own constellation lamp is a fun and easy project that you can do at home with just a few supplies. With a little bit of planning and creativity, you can create a beautiful lamp that will light up any room.
So how do we make a DIY constellation jar lamp?
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What are the materials needed to create a DIY constellation jar lamp?
To make this project, you’ll need a few tools and materials. First, you’ll need the jar. You’ll also need an awl, spoon, sharpie and scissors. And finally, you’ll need some Aluminium foil pan and LED stick-on light to finish it off. Now, let’s get started!
- Jar (It should be wide enough, like a pickle jar, for a small click light to fit inside.)
- Aluminium foil pan
- LED Stick-on Light
How to create a DIY constellation jar lamp?
Creating your own constellation jar lamp is a fun and easy project that you can do with the whole family.
This is a relatively easy project that can be completed in just a few simple steps.
1. Make a rectangle foil pan
Cut a long rectangle from the foil pan, which would fit into your jar. It should be wide enough to reach the cover of the jar, and long enough to fit around inside. Flatten it down with a spoon.
2. Draw the constellation with holes
Draw the constellations with a sharpie on the rectangle, and poke it with an awl to make the stars. The sharpie will make it possible for the kids to see the constellations more easily.
Make more holes around the constellations. Try to make them smaller than the holes of the constellations.
3. Roll the foil into the jar
Roll the foil so that it fits just right inside the jar. You can hold the circle in its place by cutting two tabs at the ends and folding them in opposite directions.
4. Place the LED in the centre of the foil
Place the LED in the centre of the foil. Make sure the LED is turned on before placing it at the centre inside the foil. Cover the jar. Once the jar is covered, you’re all done!
Now that the LED is in place, sit back and enjoy the calming light show.
Nice and cosy in here with just the right amount of light. Ah, relaxing!
It’s so satisfying to see a project through to completion, isn’t it? Relax and enjoy the sense of accomplishment that comes with a job well done. We can’t wait to hear how your results turned out! 😉