Solar Eclipse box. DIY alternative for Solar Eclipse Glasses by Granny B.

author CKToysClub   7 mounths ago

Solar Eclipse box.
DIY alternative for Solar Eclipse Glasses by Granny B.
Tomorrow is a special day.
Millions of Americans will enjoy the Solar Eclipse.
Built you own pinhole projector to enjoy the solar eclipse.
The moon will completely cover the sun, and the corona, can be seen.
Millions of Americans were able to get the safety glasses , made for the eclipse.
You can still make this box to be able to see what the eclipse looks like.
Granny B. shows you how to make this box with simple materials,
You will need a box, paper, tape or glue, a needle, a pair of scissors and a little piece of aluminum foil.
You don't have to decorate the box.
Be safe and don't look at this event without protection for your eyes.
It will really hurt your eyes or it can even blind you.

DIY Video Tutorial on how to make your own solar eclipse glasses using glass and a lighter.

WATCH MY LAST VIDEO: SUBSCRIBE & JOIN MY YOUTUBE FAMILY: MY VLOG CHANNEL: If you're watching this video then you're probably like me and forgot to buy some glasses to watch the solar eclipse. Even if you only have a few minutes left until the peak, you can make this eclipse viewer with things around your house. Most people use a cereal box but we eat cereal out of bags so I used a pancake box instead. It really can be any kind of box. Below are the written directions on how I made this: How to make a solar eclipse viewer: 1. Put your box (cereal, pancake, etc) on a white piece of paper and trace the outline of the bottom of the box, creating a rectangle. 2. Cut out the rectangle. 3. Take the piece of paper and place it inside the bottom of the box. 5. Cut two holes in the top of the box, one on each side-- one will be for your eye, and the other will be covered by foil. 6. Take a piece of aluminum foil and cover one of the holes up (it doesn't matter which one you choose.) 10. Take a tack and make a small hole in the middle of the aluminum foil. And you're done! Now, all you need to do Monday morning is look up at the sun, putting your back toward it. Place one eye in the open hole and then the sun will move into the hole through the aluminum foil. And on the white piece of paper in the back of the box -- you'll see the brilliant solar eclipse. Thanks for watching! Please make sure to like, comment, & subscribe! :) Social Media: Blog: Snapchat: xxiamkristinxx Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Tumblr: Pinterest: IF YOU WANT TO SEND ME MAIL - SEND IT HERE: How To With Kristin P.O BOX #350384 WESTMINSTER, CO 80035 Business Email: Keywords: How to, tutorial, DIY, do it yourself, pinterest, easy, fun, kids, family, crochet, arts and crafts, create, creative, project, 2017, DIY solar eclipse viewer, easy, simple, eyeglasses tutorial, sun ,moon ,sky, midnight, weather, astrology ,stars

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I sadly couldn't get my hands on any solar eclipse glasses, but a few years ago my science teacher taught us how to make a makeshift viewer. I hope this helped you guys! Remember don't look directly at the sun without proper ISO solar eclipse glasses. You can damage your eyes severely!!!!!!! Let's Be Friends!!! ♥INSTAGRAM: ♥TWITTER: ♥SNAPCHAT: @LeesiePinto Click the link to become part of the family! ♥SUBSCRIBE: Leave video suggestions down below!♡ ____________________________________________________________________ BUSINESS INQUIRIES- ____________________________________________________________________ Age: 19 Camera: Canon T5i


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