How to make a cheap, antler-table lamp

I have to admit, I was a bit shocked by how cheap these lamps were.

They came with a box full of components to build your own lamp, but for $10 a box of components, I figured I could just go and make one myself.

The only reason I couldn’t be more impressed is because this little lamp just looks like a nice antler lamp. 

The base is made from a single piece of metal that has a diameter of 0.8mm and a thickness of 1.6mm.

The base plate is made of a thin piece of copper that is 0.3mm thick and it has a width of 0 to 0.5mm.

I think this is probably my favorite part of the whole kit, it looks like an antler that’s been bent into a perfectly round shape.

The other thing about the base is that it’s flat.

The flatness means it’s easy to use with a pencil and a ruler. 

All the components you’ll need are: a flat piece of wire that is about 0.15mm wide and 0.25mm thick.

You can either use a regular wire for this purpose, or you can buy an antlerset wire that’s about 0,5mm wide (the wires are all soldered together in this kit).

I used a standard 10-gauge wire (a little thicker than normal), but you could use a 10-foot (3.5-meter) wire. 

There are a few other bits you’ll have to solder together if you want to make your own, like the wires for the bulbs, the switches, and the LEDs.

For the LEDs, I used an LED bulb, which is basically just a white lightbulb that turns on when you press the switch.

The LED bulbs come with an LED battery that’s also about 2.7v. 

I found a cheap white light bulb on Amazon, but you can also buy LEDs directly from the manufacturer if you have a spare battery. 

When you’ve got all that you need, the final assembly process is pretty straightforward.

You just need to cut the base piece out and then cut out the base plate and switch parts.

I used my soldering iron, but it’s a little more precise if you’re using an electric drill. 

Next, you need to connect the switch and LED components together.

If you have an LED switch, you just need a 1-1/2mm piece of plastic that fits snugly into the base and the switch is attached to the base with some adhesive tape. 

If you have some LED bulbs, you’ll want to use the same adhesive tape as the switch, so that the switch will stay on while you solder the wires to it. 

You’ll also need some wire for the switch (you can use wire you already have on hand), and some solder pads (for the LED).

You can find some solder-resistant wire on Amazon for about $5, but I found the best stuff for this kit is the 2.5g wire from the battery.

I found that 2.2g was enough, but if you’ve a 1.7g wire, it would work fine. 

After you have the wires in place, you can just solder the switch on, which will turn on the LED lights, which I think is a pretty cool effect.

The next step is to solder the switches.

The switch should be on, but the LED should be turned off.

If it’s not turned on, just solder a small amount of wire to it and then the LED will turn itself on. 

Once you’ve soldered the switches to the LEDs (you could solder them to the switch as well if you wanted), you can then just solder in the switches themselves.

I did this by sticking a small wire in the switch that is a little longer than the switch itself and then using the screwdriver to make the switch stick in place. 

Then, you want the switch to be connected to the battery as well, so you just put some solder in there and then use the screwdrivers to push it in. 

Finally, you will need to solder a switch that will light up if you press a button on the base.

This switch is connected to a 5v power switch that can be used to power up your lamp or dim it.

I’ve found the easiest way to use it is to put some wire around it and connect the 5v switch to the lamp’s battery.

Then, you should be able to use a switch to dim your lamp by simply pressing the button on your lamp.

This is how the switch works, and it will just turn itself off if it’s turned on.