Light it up blue card. ~2018 Stamping For Autism Awareness Blog Hop~

Hi, crafty friends!

Today is World Autism Awareness Day. Hundreds of landmarks, around the world, light blue in recognition of people living with autism. And autism-friendly events and educational activities take place to increase understanding and acceptance and foster worldwide support.

As part of that, 2018 Stamping For Autism Awareness Blog Hop hosted by Veronica Zalis and Tenia Nelson will be held. Several of designers have created cards to "light it up blue" for Autism Awareness!  Chibitronics is one of many sponsors giving away prizes along this giant hop and link-up but we're also giving away a second starter kit to one random commenter who leaves a comment on Chibitronics designer's blogs!  So hop along with us and be inspired to light it up blue!
This time I made this blue bouquet card.

When you pull the pull tab, the two color LEDs flash alternately.

I'm using these markers and ink.
"Tsukineko memento tuxedo black"
Copic sketch markers (B02, B05, B21, B24, B18, E00)

I'm using these supplies.
"Lawn Fawn blue jay cardstock"
"White cardstock"
"White vellum paper"

I will make the parts referring to the picture below.

  • Folded blue jay cardstock.
  • Die cut white cardstock with large frame die.
  • Vellum paper for the window.
  • Two pull tab parts. (0.5 x 2 inch)
  • Two switch parts. (0.5 x 0.5 inch)
Stamp the bouquet and sentiment onto white cardstock.

One is for cover panel and the other for circuit card base.

Cut out the hearts with a craft knife.

Put the cover panel on white cardstock and mark the lights with a pencil.

Make the circuit.

  • Draw three lines at 1/4 intervals from 1/2 inch from the bottom.
  • Draw a line of 1 inch length from the 1/4th inch from the right end of the middle line.
  • Cut the slit with 1 inch length and 1 mm width with a craft knife.
  • Mark the position of the battery, Chibitronics and effect sticker.
  • Draw the circuit with a pencil.
  • Connect "+" of light blue Chibitronics and "-" of blue Chibitronics to the signal pad of the effects sticker. (Purple line)
  • Connect "-" of light blue Chibitronics to "-" pad of the effects sticker and "-" of the battery. (Red line)
  • Connect "+" of blue Chibitronics to "+" pad of the effects sticker and "+" of the battery. (Green line)
Adhere the double-sided tape on the position of the battery.

Adhere the copper tape on the drawing path.

  • At the position of the battery, peel off the release paper, adhere the negative side copper tape, turn it back and cut it.
  • At the position of the battery leave about 1 inch of positive side copper tape and cut it.
Place the battery on the copper tape with the positive side up and adhere the positive side copper tape on the battery.

Color the white Chibitronics with light blue Copic marker.

I'm using three blue and two white (light blue) Chibitronics. Adhere the Chibitronics and effect sticker on the mark.

Adhere copper tape on the Chibitronics to reinforce.

Make the switch part.

  • Fold square parts in half.
  • Place the switch part on the right end of the slit and adhere the copper tape.
  • Pull the switch part out of the slit and adhere copper tape around it.
  • Insert the switch part into the slit and confirm that the LED turns on.

Adhere the pull tab parts from the front and back. Adhere two parts together with thin foam tape.

Adhere foam tape around the card base.

Make the cover panel. Color the bouquet with Copic markers.

Adhere vellum paper on the back of the cover panel.

Adhere the cover panel on the card base.

Adhere the double-sided tape on the back of the card base.

Adhere the finished parts on two folded blue cardstock.

I finished it!
When you pull the pull tab, the two color LEDs flash alternately.

Be sure to check out the whole video tutorial for more details.

Thank you for stopping by!

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44 件のコメント:

  1. ブルーのライトが映える素敵なカードですね。

  2. wow ! I'm quite impressed !! that seems quite difficult to realise ... you made a fantastic job !
    I do love the result, your card is beautiful

  3. How cool to have a bouquet that lights up!! Terrific idea!!

  4. This is one fantastic card!! Thanks for all those steps too! :)
    Thanks to everyone who are part of the awesome blog hop, and to the sponsors!

  5. Very nice card. Thanks so much for sharing!

  6. Love your card! What a great tutorial.

  7. I am so going to have to get some of these and give it a whirl! I've got some super cute stamps these would light up!

  8. Who wouldn't like a light-up bouquet? Thanks for sharing.

  9. This is a very Pretty card and my Granddaughter would love it!! TFS!!

  10. Absolutely love the lights on your heart bouquet! Thanks for supporting the Autism Awareness Day & Blog Hop.

  11. Your card is just stunning ! It's the first time I see a video with an effect lights and it's awesome ! Thank you for sharing !

  12. How gorgeous with the blue bouquet!!! Thank you for your care and interest in Autism. Our family has several people on the spectrum. It is a challenge, but seeing their unique gifts is a joy.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  13. This is absolutely wonderful! Thank you for the video tutorial, which is excellent! Thank you also for participating in the autism awareness blog hop.

  14. This is adorable! I love that girl with the giant bouquet!

  15. I love your card. Thanks for the video!

  16. Thanks for participating for this great cause. Your card is absolutely beautiful and thanks for the indepth tutorial.

  17. Every little girl would love to get a card like this. It’s just amazing.

  18. This card is so gorgeous 😍!!! I love how light up the giant bouquet. !!! Just awesome. Perfect for this great cuase. Thanks for sharing all those steps with us and for the wonderful blog hop.😍

  19. Beautiful use of the lights

  20. Fabulous card with lights behind the flowers!So fresh and innovative. Thanks for supporting a good cause.

  21. I NEED to get these lights--my son thinks that cards are silly, but he will LOVE a card with lights!!!!!! They are really great!!!

  22. Wow, that is one beautiful card! Thank you so much for participating in this worthy cause!

  23. Your card is just amazing, love what you do. Still looks difficult to make but you make it seems like its easy. but really I wish I had your talent. thank you

  24. What an amazing card. Truly a work of art. Thanks for being in the autism
    Blog hop! Wow! Can't wait to see more of your projects.

  25. WHAT A SWEET IMAGE!!! AND light up flowers are PERFECT for this special occasion!!! THANK YOU for using your talents to support those with Autism!!! ;)

  26. Oh my goodness Eiko, thanks for sharing such a fantastic card and the tutorial as well! This is a=so awesome. Who wouldn't be excited about this? Well done, indeed!

  27. Thank you for showing how you made this card with detailed explanation. It is very helpful!

  28. Darling light up card - love the image and how the boquet lights up.

  29. Now this is cool! Love your card ♥

  30. This card is AMAZING! I love the concept and really want to try it even though it looks a little complicated. Thanks for sharing. Great card for a wonderful cause.

  31. thanks for the detailed instructions.
    I know I'm going to be needing them
    when I try to put a card together.
    Love the lady with her glowing balloons.
    thanks for sharing

  32. Lovely inspirational card and the blue colors are perfect for Autism Awareness!

  33. LOVE your sweet card! So cute with the light-up bouquet! Awesome choice of a stamp to use with the lights!
    Light it up blue!

  34. OMG - this is just amazing! Thank you so much for the detailed instructions!

  35. Wow!! I love that stamp and the way you made parts of it light up blue is super.

  36. I love your card, thanks for sharing the process!!!

  37. OH MY GOSH!!! I so want to learn how to make cards that twinkle! This looks amazing! Thanks for the step-by-step. I think I found a new product to buy.

  38. Love your beautifully colored card. The Chibitronics give it the perfect touch. Thanks for supporting Autism awareness!

  39. So sweet with the blue bouquet.

  40. Oh my ! You’ve made such a wonderful card ! Thanks for sharing your knowledge and technique in this great post.