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Severed hand in a jar Halloween display

For this post I thought I’d try something a little different. I’ve created 3 videos which together describe how to create a severed hand in a jar display for halloween. My daughter TJ helped with this one by doing the voice over for the first 2 videos.

Hand in a Jar
Each of the 3 videos relates to a major step in this project. namely

  • Making a 4.5V battery pack
  • Making glow water
  • Building the UV light source and putting everything together

Lastly, the photo on the left shows the finished board with the 4.5V battery and the LEDs. This might be a useful reference when viewing the 3rd video.

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