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YouTube user DIYHacksandHowTos shows a s00p3r s1mpl3 way to make glowing Easter eggs for night-time hunts — just enclose an LED throwie (without any magnet) along with the candies in a plastic egg. Hopefully it will glow as bright as is shown in the video. As the father of two young children for whom consistent bedtimes are maintained, I don’t think a night-time glowing Easter Egg hunt would work for us, but I can imagine one for grownups offering a variety of treats.

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Paul Spinrad

I’m a broad-spectrum enthusiast, writer, editor (Wired, MAKE), maker, and dad who lives in San Francisco and hatches schemes at investian.com.


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