The Fairy Theater is my first toy theater lit by LED lights. I intend to make a whole line of fun lights for my toy theaters and mixed media projects. You can light up almost anything semi-transparent with LED lights, and they actually run quite awhile on batteries, with the option of a permanent power source. I discovered that interior lights add a realism that you can't get any other way. It creates space, accentuates color, and makes the scale appear more natural. In Spirit houses, for instance, I often mix scales and the interior lighting creates a unified dreamlike quality.
Mighty Joe Young
Mighty Joe Young by Mike Maddy. Lit up with our Orange 1.8mm LEDs
Cub scout campfire, made for an indoor camping event in early spring. This troupe used 6 of our 5mm Fire Kits and a sound module to get their indoor campfire going nicely!
Ford pickup truck up front
"Here are three photographs of the painted hardwood, extended Ford pickup truck, which I just completed for my grandson, utilizing your LED lights. I used two clear soft white LED lights for each of the front lights, which are drilled from the back side by approximately .750 thousandths deep. The acrylic disks are 1.00" in diameter by .500 thick, glued and stacked together. Two red LED's for the tail lights. The yellow and red reflector 'light' material. I purchased from 'Auto Zone" and cut down with a jig saw. The battery and battery strap are recessed under the hood, which is removable, by using a counter bored Allen cap screw, which is drilled through the chassis and a 1/8" thick 'skid plate' to shield the wires, A ID/OD threaded aluminum insert 'receives' this 1/4-20 threaded bolt. This insert is recessed and epoxied to the underneath side of the maple hood. The main chassis is routed out to 'channel' all the wires, then the skid plate is added and wood screwed into the chassis. The Royal Blue paint is Valspar enamel paint and the light gray is their flat primer. I tried to duplicate my grandson's father's extended cab pick up truck, but, downsized it a bit with a few alterations The original plans are from 'Toys and Joys' from Washington state. I just decided this pickup truck could use some LED lights to improve it's overall presentation 'looks'. Hope you like the results." Thomas