Fireworks for 2020

Hi, my crafty friends! This is June again!

I am going to show you today a Happy New Year card for 2020 that is a light-up card. 

When the new year begins, fireworks are displayed all over the world for making it a fun atmosphere. So I made a New Year greeting card with a fireworks theme that goes well with the light up card.ร‚ If you press the biggest flame with your hands, you will see a really sparkling flame.

I hope you all Happy New Year!

If you want to know how to make this card and more details check out my YouTube channel.
Actually, this card is not a light-up card. 
But I made a set with a fireworks theme for the card above.
I used same stamp sets from MFT Stamps and Mama Elephant.
Before making this card, the picture above is a diagram of how it is made. You can see the use of a foam board to make a battery holder, and the use of a conductive fabric tape with conductive adhesive to connect the each anodes.
You can download the diagram here.
First of all, I prepare those pieces of paper as shown above, and the supplies I used have written down at the bottom. 
Stamp fireworks image using My Favorite Things FIREWORKS Clear Stamps. 
This is a real circuit for this card. Make the circuit on the card base and adhere the copper tape and conductive fabric tape. then adhere the Chibitronics on the mark.
You need to connect the red squares on both sides so that the anode connects and lights are on.
If you make a battery holder like above in the picture, and connect the red rectangle of the front panel’s backside with another red rectangle on the card base by attaching conductive fabric tape through the foam board, there is no need to worry if the battery becomes discharged. You can change it!
Assemble the front panel, the foam board and the card base. Then adhere the glittering sequins.
Finally, finished! Put the battery in the battery holder and press the largest image of the flame, and this is how it lights up.

Thank you for stopping by!


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Fireworks for 2020

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