Hi friends – Bri Firth here! Today, I am sharing a lucky card with a light up slot machine. This project is created with the Jackpot Stamp Set from Pink & Main and light up components from Chibitronics. This interactive card also features White Sticker Lights and Copper Tape from Chibitronics. For more details on how I created this flashy card keep reading below. Make sure to check out the YouTube video tutorial at the end of this post as well!
This card front is composed of 4 different-sized panel layers: dotted black, white, red, and black. The dotted panel was created with the Dotty Stencil and Mustard Seed Distress Oxide ink on a 3.75″ x 5″ black panel. The white panel is where the circuit is created and the back two panels (red and black) are decorative.
The slot machine is stamped in Memento Tuxedo black ink and colored with Copic markers. The colors I used are listed at the end of this post. I used the Jackpot Coordinating Dies to die cut the slot machine and the “Jackpot” opening. Next I used pigment black ink to stamp “Jackpot” onto a piece of scrap vellum and attached it to the slot machine. To create the middle slot opening (where the image changes) I used an Xacto knife to cut along the outline.
With this card, the lights activate when the three cherries are displayed in a row. In the photo below, you can see the circuit I created for this pull-tab, light-up card. I used the Pull and Slide Die set from Kindred Stamps to create the interactive component. I used White Sticker Lights and Copper Tape for this card. The video tutorial below gives step by step instructions on how this card is constructed.
Check out the video below for step by step instruction on how I created the sliding light effects:
Hope this creation inspires you today!
Bri Firth Creates