A couple of weeks ago, I had a little accident while playing with my new unicorn lamp.
It took a bit of a physical effort to get the lamp to light up correctly, but I managed to get it to do the trick.
If you’re like me, you might not be able to get a good night’s sleep without a good light, so it’s nice to know how to make something that will keep you bright and alive through the night.
We’ll be showing you how to create a unicorn lamp that you can sleep in.
We’re not going to tell you how many lights you should have, but if you want a truly powerful unicorn lamp, we recommend at least four.
Let’s talk about the process.1.
The Problem1.1 You’ll need: A piece of paper or paper towel2.
A piece that will hold your lamp.
We recommend a piece of cardboard that you’ll be able put the lamp on in the morning.3.
A small, round wooden block that will fit into the lamp.4.
A flat piece of glass or a thin piece of wood.5.
A paper towel or cloth to cover the lamp when it’s not in use.6.
A pair of scissors.7.
A screwdriver or a plastic ruler.9.
A rubber mallet10.
A glass container with an opening for the glass bottle to go into.11.
A plastic bag with a lid.12.
A cotton swab13.
A disposable pen14.
A cloth towel15.
A candle holder16.
A battery to charge your lamp17.
A bottle of water to rinse off your lamp before using it.18.
A hair dryer19.
A vacuum cleaner20.
A power cord21.
A wire stripper22.
A needle, thread or similar tool that will go in the holes of the lamp, so you can paint your lamp yourself.27.
A tiny piece of foam to cushion the surface of your lamp when not in the lamp’s case.28.
A wooden block with a hole that you’re going to use to attach your lamp to.29.
A few rubber bands30.
A couple different kinds of scissors31.
A brush to trim your hair when it comes out of the water bottle.32.
A sharp knife34.
A little bit of glue or a glue stick to hold your hair back when you’re in the water.35.
A very sharp knife36.
A glue stick37.
A nail gun38.
A safety pin.40.
A pen or pencil41.
A tape measure42.
A compass needle43.
A thread or pencil44.
A string or yarn45.
A dry-erase marker46.
A magnifying glass or other optical instrument to read the moon.47.
A clear tape or other type of film that you will be using to hold the lamp up.49.
A lens to make the moon look full.50.
A large piece of bubble wrap51.
A sheet of plastic55.
A newspaper or similar newspaper to fold in the shape of the moon to make it look like the moon does when it is full.56.
A lot of duct tape57.
A tube or tube adapter58.
A magnet with a loop for holding the moon in place.59.
A toy bird or monkey glove61.
A coin to throw into the water to light it up62.
A balloon or balloon pack63.
A light source64.
A fire extinguisher65.
A torch or a torch to light your lamp up in the night sky66.
A cigarette holder67.
A book or other book to read during the night69.
A set of gloves70.
A tent or tent pole73.
A ball or ballcap74.
A sleeping bag76.
A water bottle77.
A shower cap78.
A toilet roll81.
A pad or padlock82.
A wet towel85.
A spare tire86.
A key to your wallet89.
A tool belt90.
A razor or sharp knife91.
A camera that you don’t really need in the house, but you would like to take with you when you go out.92.
A jar of glue93.
A roll of toilet paper94.
A packet of glue95.
A new pair of sunglasses or earplugs96.
A box of tissues97.
A bar of soap98.
A container to store your laundry99.
A stack of toiletries.