These are my first two attempts at lighting acrylic shapes. The bases are store bought dimmable LED battery lights. The acrylic sheets are from monitor screens from computers. They come in all sorts of sizes and thicknesses depending on the manufacturer, but they are all designed to shape, diffuse, direct, or polarize light before it gets to your eyes. To get at this fun material you just need some tiny screw drivers and scrap laptops, computers, or flat screen TVs. I have been playing around with this idea for a long time and finally figured out how to do it. I found a glue that is activated by UV light which works nicely for attaching the acrylic pieces because it is clear. The acrylic can be heated slightly and then bent and shaped which is how I got the 3D effect of the leaves and butterfly.