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Learn how to use LED circuit stickers to build simple circuits, parallel circuits, DIY switches, and more. Watch our videos and use our templates to get familiar with our stickers.

Introduction

Beginner tutorials to help you get started with paper circuits!

Intro to Copper Tape

Learn tips on how to use copper tape.

Simple Circuit Tutorial

Turn on one LED.

Parallel Circuit Tutorial

Turn on multiple LEDs with one battery.

DIY Switch Tutorial

Make your circuits interactive with this paper switch.

Blinking Slide Switch Tutorial

Create different blinking effects using this switch.

Pressure Sensor Tutorial

Make your LEDs fade in and out using this DIY pressure sensor.

Advanced

Learn to use effects stickers, sensors and how to program your microcontroller!

Effect Stickers Tutorial

Make your LEDs fade, blink, twinkle or pulse a heartbeat rhythm.

Light Sensor Tutorial

Makes your circuits responsive to light.

Sound Sensor Tutorial

Makes your circuits responsive to sound, tapping and wind.

Trigger Sensor Tutorial

Use a touch sensor to trigger your lights on or off for several seconds.

Microcontroller Sticker Intro

Use the preprogrammed microcontroller sticker as an advanced touch sensor. This tutorial will help you get started.

Program the Microcontroller

You can program the microcontroller sticker with your own custom functions. This tutorial shows you how step-by-step.

Soldering with Circuit Stickers

Learn how to solder with circuit stickers.

Chibitronics Paper Battery Holder Circuit Stickers

Paper Battery Holder Tutorial

Use this paper battery envelope to add your battery to any surface without a binder clip.

USB Power

Learn how to hack a USB cable with alligator clips so that you can power your projects with USB power.

Parallel vs. Series Circuits

Learn about the difference between parallel and series circuit connections to turn on multiple LEDs.

Safety Guidelines and Best Practices

For more information, please visit our Safety and Best Practices page.

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