Mice in a Wreath

Hello, my crafty friends! This is June again.

Christmas is coming soon. I hoping you are having great holiday. Today, I’m going to share a glittering light-up card featuring some stamps and dies from Lawn Fawn.

This video is about how to create the light-up card. When you press the switch button on bottom of this card, you will see the Christmas wreath light up.
Hope you can enjoy this video tutorial.
The two mice in the wreath seem to have friendships. Why don’t you say hello to your friends and share your friendships during the Christmas season.
If you press the switch button and light up the wreath, their friendship will shine more brightly, right? If you keep looking at the light like that, the battery will be discharged soon.
Do not worry! This card has a battery holder so you can change the battery into new.
To start I stamped the cute two mice onto white card-stock with ‘Merry Mice for Chibitronics’ stamps from Lawn Fawn and colored them with Copic markers. Next, I die-cut few papers like the picture above with ‘Large Wreath’, ‘Fancy Wavy Banners’, ‘Flippin’ Awesome Add-On’ dies from Lawn Fawn and ‘Circle Infinity Dies’ from Hero Arts.
From the next step, you’ll find out more by looking at the video tutorials linked to above.
Isn’t the pentagon-shaped circuit design that light up the wreath beautiful? If you have to make a circular circuit, why don’t you build it like this?
Thank you very much for stopping by and watching my video!

  • ‘Merry Mice for Chibitronics’ stamps from Lawn Fawn
  • ‘Push Here’ stamp from Lawn Fawn
  • ‘Large Wreath’ dies from Lawn Fawn
  • ‘Fancy Wavy Banners’ die from Lawn Fawn
  • ‘Flippin’ Awesome Add-On’ dies from Lawn Fawn
  • ‘Circle Infinity Dies’ from Hero Arts
  • White LED’s Sticker from Chibitronics
  • Copper Tape from Chibitronics
  • 3V coin battery (2016)
  • Conductive Fabric Tape
Mice in a Wreath

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