Glitter Surprise Package is a trendy DIY topic. Many people feel it is a tricky and challenging task. But, don’t stress, we’re here to help you out. So, in today’s DIY tutorial, we will learn about how to make a glitter surprise package. Let us begin.
Now, let us take pen and paper and start listing down the list of supplies that are required for making a glitter surprise package.
- Double-Sided Tape
- Scissors or Cutter
Steps To Make A Glitter Surprise Package
Step 1: Take a plastic tumbler or cup and cut it with the help of a cutter.
Cutting the Plastic cup with cutter
Step 2: Place the motor inside the cup and apply glue over it.
Placing motor inside the cup
Step 3: Connect one end of the motor wire with the battery and connect it with the tape. Simultaneously, connect the remaining two ends of the wires with the Limit Switch at both ends.
Fixing the motor, limit switch, and connecting with the battery
Step 4: Wrap the batteries with tapes and stick them in the cup.
Placing the batteries inside the cup
Step 5: Take a chart paper, cut it in a circular shape. Cut one edge of the paper slightly and fold it like a funnel.
Folding the paper-like funnel
Step 6: Use a small compass to make a tiny hole at the center.
Making a tiny hole
Step 7: Place the paper above on the motor and apply glue on it to make it rigid.
Placing the paper above the motor
Step 8: Cut tiny chart pieces into an L-shape structure and stick them on the circular paper.
Cutting and sticking L-shaped tiny structure
Step 9: Use a small pin and attach it to the limit switch
Attaching the limit switch
Step 10: Place the plastic cup inside the cardboard box and stick the edges with the help of double-sided tape.
Placing the plastic cup inside the box
Step 11: Put the glitters on the circular fan.
Sparkling the glitters
Step 12: Finally, cover the box.
Covering the box
Things To Remember
- Make sure the motor is straight placed
- Make sure the motor is tightly placed inside the box.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer and a content creator. He has special interest in science experiments and teaches the same to school and college students. He is also a technical lead at RUDE LABS PVT. LTD.