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Elemental LED has a quarterly DIY competition that offers a variant look into who we are and how we think. We get excited about sharing our creativity and expressing our individuality. Check out some of our most exciting creations!

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  • Tara's LED Night Light

    Elemental LED Customer Service Representative Tara shared her LED night light project for July's DIY Employee Projects, and explained how she used High Density LED Strip Light, a connector and a couple of low voltage batteries to transform a wine bottle into a night light. She said: "I thought i...

  • Jellyfish LED Light Chandelier with Repurposed Materials

    Elemental employees Tara Bowerman and Wes Buck reused some common household materials along with color-changing LED lights to create a jellyfish-like chandelier that makes you feel like you're swimming underwater. Re-using a combination of clear plastic two and one liter plastic bottles,...

  • How To Make an LED Shadowbox

    Elemental customer service representative Tara Bowerman turned in another great DIY project for the month of July, a shadowbox made of cut paper silhouettes lit by LED light strips. The low heat and zero ultraviolet (UV) emissions of 12V LED strip lights are ideal for making a shadowbox or light ...

  • How to: JB's Steampunk LED Lamp

    Elemental Product Coordinator JB Lowe made what he describes as a "steampunk" lamp using 12V LED lights. Steampunk means that it combines old and new technologies and/or design, which in this case means a 19th century hurricane lamp and some 21st century LEDs. For the cost of a new store-bough...

  • The Glowing Doll Head, Featuring Amber Colored LED Strip Light

    Barsha Dahal is an illustrator and collector. Her illustrations often feature items of nostalgia from her childhood – anthropomorphized animals, TV show characters and comic book heroes. She collects items that inspire her work, including antique doll heads, which she says represent the inte...

  • The LED Lit Alien Robot Helmet

    Elemental customer service representative Bret Rood added some color-changing LED lights to an already constructed helmet, and he’s now able to (in his words) “vaporize some bounty hunters.”

  • A Random Act of LED Lighting

    Barrett installed several feet of blue LED Strip Light in a phone booth near his house in Oakland, California "in an attempt to brighten up my neighborhood." All it took was 7 feet of FLUID VIEW™ 12V LED Tape Light, a CLICKTIGHT™ DC Plug Connector, a 9V DC battery with a battery case...

  • Jellyfish Chandelier with LED Lights & Repurposed Materials

    Elemental employees Tara Bowerman and Wes Buck reused some common household materials along with color-changing LED lights to create a jellyfish-like chandelier that makes you feel like you’re swimming underwater. Re-using a combination of clear plastic two and one liter plastic bottles...

  • Movie Poster LED Light Box

    Elemental customer service representative Michael Facer built a custom light box for his movie collectibles using a custom steel box, a piece of white acrylic, and some LED light bars. He provided us with instructions, which can be used for any size or type of light box. You can see his full ins...

  • Pimp Your Ride with Waterproof LED Strip Lights

    We’ve all seen them and (probably) laughed: tricked-out cars driving down the strip with glowing ground effects that make them look like hovering spacecrafts. Kind of ridiculous, but also kind of awesome, especially if you could just do it for a night without spending lots of money.  It turn...

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