Hi, crafty friends!
This is Eiko and I make light up Halloween monster card using Tim Holtz stamps and dies.
I used an effect sticker on this card, so when you pull the pull tab the eyes of the monster will flash.
I will make the parts referring to the picture below.
- White cardstock for cover plate.
- White cardstock for circuit card base.
- Black cardstock for card base.
- Pattern paper for card base.
- Black cardstock for cover plate.
- Pattern paper for charm attached to pull tab.
- Switch parts（two 0.5×0.5 inch）
- Pull tab parts（two 0.5×2 inch）
- Black cardstock for sentiments part.
- Form sheet adhered to the back of the sentiment part.（3㎜ thick）
- Vellum paper for adhering from the back of the eyes.
- Stamp the Dracula on the white cardstock using Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black ink.
- Stamp the same stamp on the copy paper for masking and cut it.
- Mask the Dracula and color the background with Distress oxide ink.
- Remove the masking copy paper and color the Dracula with copics.
- Cut out the part of the sentiment and eyes with a craft knife.
- Put the cover panel on white cardstock and marking my lights and sentiments part.
- Mark the outline of the battery in the center of the sentiment part and mark the Chibitronics on the eye.
- Mark the effect sticker between the Chibitronics and the battery.
- Mark and cut out the 1/32 x 1 inch slit in the upper right.
- Draw the circuit with a pencil.
- Adhere the copper tape on the drawing path.
- Adhere the Chibitronics and an effect sticker.
- Make cross-shaped parts like this for switch part.
- Insert the switch part into the slit and adhere the foam sheet.
- Place the battery in the hole of the foam sheet with the minus side up and adhere the minus side copper tape on the battery.
- Adhere the pull tab parts front and back of the switch part, open the hole and attach the eyelet.
- Put the cover panel on black cardstock and cut out the position of the eyes and the sentiment.
- Adhere vellum paper on the back of the eye hole.
- Adhere the cover panel on the black cardstock.
- Stamp the sentiment and heat embossing with silver embossing powder.
- Adhere the sentiment part on the foam sheet.
- Adhere the thin foam tape around the circuit card base.
- Adhere the cover panel to the card base.
- Make a charm to attach to the pull tab.
- Adhere the pattern paper on black card base, and adhere the parts I made earlier on it.
Do you understand how to make light up spinner card?
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>>>How to make light up Halloween monster card.
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- Chibitronics Red, Yellow, and Blue LED Sticker Pack
- Circuit sticker effects add-on
- 3V coin cell battery (CR1616)
- 5mm wide Copper tape
- Tim Holtz 2017 monstrous
- Distress oxide black soot
- Distress oxide picked raspberry
- Tim Holtz idea-ology tag press tools
- Tim Holtz idea-ology tag press rings 0.75 inch
How to make light up Halloween monster card.
3 thoughts on “How to make light up Halloween monster card.”
How many lights can one 3 V battery light up? When do I need to go to more batteries?
When connecting with a parallel circuit, you can connect any number of lights to one 3 V battery. However, connecting a lot of lights shortens battery life.
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