By using an Arduino microcontroller and a laser printer, a woman is now able to make a bathroom-themed art project from scratch.
Lily Siegel, founder of the website and maker group Crafty, has been working on a bathroom art project for several years, with the goal of bringing a “unique and beautiful aesthetic to the bathroom that makes it stand out and stand out among the other spaces in the home.”
She began her project by modifying the existing bathroom fixtures, and using an acrylic and resin paint palette to create a bathroom that is unique to her home.
In a video posted to Crafty’s YouTube channel, Siegel shows off her project and describes how it works.
Using a laser cutter and an acrylic paint palette, Lily Siegel creates a bathroom bathroom that will make it stand apart and stand apart among the others in the bathroom.
Siegel created the project with the help of the Arduino platform and an Arduino-based 3D printer.
The video showcases the steps needed to create the bathroom artwork, which includes removing a large piece of wall paint, adding decorative text and a small piece of glass to the existing fixtures, then adding some more decorative text.
Siegel says she also uses a spray gun to add the text on the walls, and adds a little more detail using a small amount of resin to fill in the details on the glass.
The finished bathroom mural has the bathroom in full view of the rest of the home.
It’s a perfect opportunity to get creative, and to show off some of your creative talents.
Snyder says the bathroom project is meant to give her a sense of accomplishment, and she hopes it will inspire others to do the same.
“This is what I’ve been trying to do for years,” Siegel says in the video.
“This is just a way to say thank you to all the people that have been helping me along the way.
And hopefully one day this will give me the motivation to continue with this.”