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Styrofoam-Made Illuminated Ghost looks so Awesome [Project]
posted October 22 2014 19:19.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Yeah! I love new ideas that sit on the back of my head and pop-out when needed. This is definitely one of those. Made from a simple piece of Styrofoam makes it even better because its a material that one can handle with ease, its cheap and can be cut at any shape. The brilliance behind this instructable is the LED strip at the perimeter of the Styrofoam pointing inwards to generate this awesome glow neon-like effect.














All thumbs up for this instructable by lmowry

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