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How to Make a Minecraft Glowstone Cube Lamp #Minecraft

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A glowstone for every desk! From instructables user FabricateIO:

Today, we’ll be making the coolest, nerdiest desk accessory you could possibly imagine: a Minecraft Glowstone lamp.

(Check out more of our awesome hacks on our website!)

But, it won’t be any ordinary lamp. With the wonders of copper tape, the Glowstone block can separate from the power base, meaning that you can pick up the cube, play with it, and store it in your inventory.

If you want to make it a different material – say, diamonds or redstone – all you need to do is print a different texture and use a different color of LEDs!

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