What can I make with Circuit Stickers?
Circuit stickers are light, paper-thin and flexible circuit boards cut into small, fun shapes with anisotropic conductive adhesive on the back. The adhesive sticks to most surfaces and can be used with virtually any conductive materials as “wiring”– such as conductive threads and paints or even wires and aluminum foil from your kitchen.
We suggest starting with a roll of copper tape as a starter because it is easy to use and sticks virtually to anything. It’s also very soft, conductive and solderable, so you can make the circuit as big as you want. If you run out of copper tape, you can get more at your local hardware store in the gardening section– it’s normally used to keep snails and slugs out of the garden!
Circuit Stickers works with virtually any conductive material, including Bare Conductive paint and Circuit Scribe conductive ink pens.
Using these diverse materials, you can start putting electronics anywhere! Make interactive electronic murals for your ceilings, walls and windows. Create touch-sensitive plants that glow, or a light yourself up with conductive body paint. You can even create artwork with the circuitry itself!