Here’s another project that I’m very excited about. I’ve been trying to do a bit of research from the Cinema Lightboxes , which I’ve seen often for a while on the left. I’ve been thinking about how to get this box to the simplest way, and IKEA’s Mossebo has a frame. So my” project> was suddenly turned into an IKEA Hacks .
Inspired by the light that can be changed from the light of the old cinema writings inspired by the idea of a full light board. You can also ask from abroad but the price difference will remain a little expensive again. Now let me do the materials I need to do my own cinema lightbox.
- IKEA Mossebo Frame (21 × 30 cm)
- White Led Light (10m)
- A4 white paper
- Aluminium foil
- Sticker letters
- Duct tape
- If you want to make your own sticker print template: https://goo.gl/TysV5o”>
First I start by wiping the frame glass (in fact the acetate) with an alcohol wipe. I open the frame and cover the inside and the sides of the back cover with aluminum foil. The purpose of doing this is to prepare a ground that reflects the light well.
The light is the cheapest alternative to the ornament used for LED lights. 10 meters on the Internet you can find prices such as 15 TL. I didn’t get my speed and covered it with a led light for the back cover. I used plenty of duct tape to hold the lights.
If you want to try more simple but expensive alternatives in light, I can recommend adhesive leds.
After fixing the LEDs to the back of the bezel, close the bezel. Now it’s the front part. To make a lightbox of three lines, I mark the height of 21 cm in 7 cm intervals. I cut my own mat of the frame 1 cm thick and cut the middle with the utility knife and stick it to the places I marked.
I cut the rectangles 7 cm long and 4 cm wide from the Acetate and stick it on my letter stickers. Thus, I have a certain hardness but stretchable letters. You can enrich your writing with symbols.
Do you like my handmade cinema lightbox?
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