Hi Crafters! Have you heard of Chibitronics?! Well, MarkerPop is carrying them! This system is where you use LED circuit stickers to build circuits and create little lights on your projects! Here’s their page explaining what’s possible. The following video shows how to complete a simple circuit; there are other videos on the above linked page, too. On my project I’m using Chibitronics for the first time; my project is very simple and basic; of course you can go detailed and all fancy, too. Here you’ll see my pencil sketch of where the light is going to be, and the path for the currents to the battery. And in the 2nd picture, you see me pressing the current onto the battery so the light will light up! Now the background current “stuff” is mounted onto the scalloped background piece. And then you can see the finished product in action! My project was part of a set I created; here’s my set and how I created it: This great My Favorite Things stamp set, Make a Wish, and it’s coordinating die set came out in August last year, and I finally ordered it last month! I pulled those 2 sets, some other MFT products, and some Lawn Fawn stuff all together, and I created a fun set of birthday cards! Now, after I show you these cards, I’m going to focus on one of them that has a special feature added to it; you’ll see that later! I stamped the candles and flames with different Lawn Fawn inks & MFT inks onto Bazzill White Cardstock, Then I die cut them with their coordinating dies. Next, I die cut the rectangular white background pieces with the largest die from Lawn Fawn’s Small Stitched Rectangular Stackables die set (and I also die cut the same shape from white foam). In those rectangular shapes, I then die cut the candles and flames into them to create openings. (and, OOPS, I realized later that I had die cut the flames in the wrong direction and had to do them all again… lol!) I glued a thin piece of white printer paper on the back of the rectangular shapes, and then glued the candles and flames into the openings. I glued the finished piece onto the white foam pieces. The scalloped rectangular shape is from the 2nd largest die in Lawn Fawn’s Scalloped Rectangle Stackables die set; the papers are from MFT’s Itsy Bitsy Polka Dots 6×6 Paper Pack. I glued the finished candle scenes onto the scalloped pieces. Next, I stamped the different sentiments onto Bazzill White Cardstock, and die cut them using my Mini Misti and dies from Lawn Fawn’s Everyday Sentiment Banners die set and their Extra Sentiment Banners die set. I added Ranger’s Crushed Pineapple Stickles to the flames to give them a glittery finish; and the final touch was adding Pretty Pink Posh’s 4mm & 6mm Clear Droplets. Thank you for stopping by! Have a great day, and Happy Crafting!