I've had a few questions on how I do my light up cards, so I figured I'd so a video tutorial. They really aren't that hard and once you get the hang of them they are quite fun to make. Again, my voice over is probably as awkward as I feel doing it. 😅 So forgive my rambling ways.These run a bit more than when I purchased my original supplies in 2020, but they still aren't over a dollar a card in the end. The batteries are the most expensive and depending on the number you go with you can get them at around 20-30 cents a piece. The LED's are around 5 cents or so a piece and the copper tape will last for many many paper circuits. So initial supplies will run a bit, but overall if you love doing light up cards this is the most bang for your buck.
Lawn Fawn Fortune Teller Tabby, Mice from various Lawn Fawn sets.
Stencil is from an assortment I picked up a long time ago...sorry.
Stencil paste is purple glitter paste from Brutus Monroe
Inks: Distress Prize Ribbon, Aged Mahogany, Lawn Fawn Jet Black, VersaMark watermark, and Staz-on Black
Copper tape, Button style LED, Wired LED, and CR2032 batteries- Amazon (These should be linked below...if it worked.)