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    • Imago Dei Arts

      action figure lamp base. Cooler than everything.

    • Amy Vernon LLC

      Unique and Beautiful DIY Lighting for Your Home: Remember those little action figures you played with as a kid? Hannah of Story by ModCloth took a cue from childhood when crafting this superhero-packed lamp using hot glue and copper spray paint. Gift alert: this DIY would delight the little one or toy collector in your life, so feature their favorite characters for a personalized project they’ll absolutely love.

    • Brittany Krok

      Action Figure Lamp DIY. Idk if this is brilliant or terrible. (maybe use something other than action figures...)

    • Meghan Stenzel

      Great idea for a boy's room or "Man cave" Action figure diy lamp! I think this is really unique and cool.

    • Michelle Fitts Cramer

      DIY Action Figure Lamp - maybe do Army men and paint to match room color.

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