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How to Make a Paper Cone Nightlight

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Thanks so much to Donald for sending this in! Donald writes:

We just posted this simple DIY rechargeable LED nightlight tutorial on our blog. When my communications department asked me to help them with the electronics, I suggested that they use exclusively Adafruit parts because I just love you folks 🙂 So that’s what they did, and I thought you might like to cross-post it on your blog because it’s a simple + nice project.

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