This is a simple wall art before you open it. To do this, you can draw any lamp design of your choice and make it simple because it will look real when you turn it on. lets make it. 1. Sand paper2. LED bar or LED in electronic store ( Color of your choice)3. LED driver 3W4. Copper wire ( From toy cars, tweeters or local electronics stores)5. Welding wiring 6. Soldering iron 7. Paint brush8. pencil9. Wire cutter10. Nose plier11. Acrylic 12. Instant adhesive 13 resistance from LED lamp strips. Design a sketch for the light fixture of your choice. Note that the wires shown are not curved, as it is not difficult to trace the copper wire and stick it to the wall. You can see that the two external lights are straight, so it is very easy to track and glue the copper wire on them. You can buy the LED and resistor from the electronics store or remove it from the LED light strip. The best way to remove the LED and resistance is to use a deswelding pump or a deswelding Wick. Because I didn\'t have it during the project, I used plier. With the help of nose pliers and soldering iron LED, the resistance was removed from the strip. You can also use tweezers to remove the LED because it does not put too much pressure on the LED when removing it. Like pliers, it can be damaged if you apply too much pressure. Similarly, the resistance is also removed from the strip. The value of resistance 201 = 200 Ω on some bars may be 151 = 150 Ω. This resistor is a current limiting resistor. To understand the LED polarity is simple, just check (+ )& (-) Before removing and marking points with Marks, mark the bar (+)side or (-)side of LED. Some LEDs have cuts in one corner, which indicates (-). Stick the LED to the wall lamp art with adhesive. It should be placed down so that the light reflects down. Depending on the design of your fixture, you can attach the LED. Don\'t try to remove the LED once it sticks to the wall, otherwise you will remove the paint from the wall ( Same for copper wire). Make sure to mark the area where the LED is placed first. Check the LED polarity before pasting. The second picture shows how the LED is connected (+) LED on the right and (-)on left hand. I showed the LED in the form of a small black box because they are not visible in one frame. Remove the copper wire from the tweeter, small toy motor or it can be purchased from a local electronics store. See the wire gauge with proper thickness, so it is not easy to see on the wall after applying paint. You can find very thin copper wire in the wall clock machine. The copper wire is usually coated with enamel, which is a very thin insulating layer that can be removed with sandpaper. Before soldering the wire tip to the LED and LED driver, make sure to remove the insulation from the wire tip, otherwise the circuit will not be able to complete. Place the wire on the wall and glue it with adhesive, see Fig. Stick a drop of glue to the wire on the wall. First do Series connection, from (-)of 1st LED to (+) For 2nd LED, leave a little extra wire for LED welding. Do same till (+) The Fifth LED displayed with a yellow line. Black line display (-) 5 LED, it goes to the resistance, from the resistance (-)of LED driver. Red line display (+) 1st LED and it goes (+)of LED driver. Make sure you have enough wires left for the LED driver to hide it in the switch box to get power from the main power supply. If the wire is visible, you can hide this extra wire on the wall\'s art lights and switch boxes by applying the same paint as the wall. The LED driver is easily installed in the switch box. After wiring, weld the LED to the additional wires remaining during wiring. After welding all LED, welding resistance and LED driver. Solder (+)of 1st LED to (+) LED driver and (-) LED number 5 to resistance, from resistance (-)of LED driver. Check the (+)and (-) When welding the LED driver to the lamp art connection. Marked V and V below the LED driver- The other two wires enter the AC power supply. The Led driver I use in this project does not have any protection or packaging, so if a similar type is used, then insulation it before putting it into the switch box. Please be careful when connecting the LED driver to the main power supply or receiving help from an electrician. Turn on the main switch connected to the LED driver and check if the connection is working. If the welded joint is not re-checked. Note: If more than 5 LEDs are used in the project, you will need the LED driver to provide a voltage of more than 12 volts, otherwise the brightness of the LED will be reduced, or since the supply voltage will be reduced, the forward voltage is higher than that of all LEDs. LED of different color has different forward voltage. I used 2 White, 2 green and 1 Blue LED in this project.