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DIY Legend of Zelda Lamp: The Triforce of Thrift

by Lambert Varias

deviantART member Eric Margera said he was inspired to make his own Triforce lamp when he saw one on Etsy. I wouldn’t be surprised if he saw the exact same lamp that we featured last year. Eric was kind enough to share his build process so you too can save some rupees and make your own lamp.


Eric made his lamp out of 4mm thick beech wood, 3mm thick yellow acrylic glass, a bulb and a bulb holder. He used a Dremel rotary tool to cut the wood and glass and some silicone glue to put them together. He also used his rotary tool to drill the Triforce-shaped holes on the sides of the lamp.

It’s dangerous to build alone! Take this link to Eric’s deviantART page for more info on the project.

[via Insanely Gaming]

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