Part 1: LEDs in Series and Parallel

The LEDs in series could be activated with around a 50 ohm resistor, while it was safer for the LEDs in parallel to have a higher strength resistor, around 100-200 ohms worked fine depending on the color of the LEDs.

 

Part 2: DIY Switch

I made a DIY switch with two solid-core wires and a chrome marble. It is not the most functional switch, but it was a bit of fun to play around with.

Part 3: DIY Enclosure:

I made an enclosure out of an old cardboard jewelry box that I use to send brides their wedding films on flash drives. I cut a whole in the top to see the LED’s lights peeking out. It could function as a night light

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