Merry Mice Christmas light up card

As soon as I saw that Lawn Fawn had worked together with Chibitronics again, I knew I just had to order that kit. I missed the previous one, so this time I made sure I got it. And what an amazing kit it is. All those cute stamps and great materials they put inside the box to make some lovely cards. It took about 8 days to get here and then I started on my first card right away.

I used the box lid from Holiday Helpers to create a box for the ornaments. Whenever I decorate my tree I have some boxes scattered around the room, so I wanted the mice to have a box nearby as well. The gifts are waiting to be put under the tree once it is finished.

To make sure you don’t see where all your foam tape is once you light up your card, I used an extra piece of cardstock behind the front panel. I placed a bit of pearlescent vellum in between where the die cut hole is and colored that yellow, to match the tree topper. That way my light isn’t too white anymore.

If you want to know how you can make the circuit you can watch the video that Lawn Fawn made.

Materials used:
Lawn Fawn Merry Mice: Light up card making kit
Lawn Fawn pearlescent vellum
Lawn Fawn Liquid Stardust (mixed with some water)
Lawn Fawn outside in stitched scalloped rectangle stackables
Lawn Fawn stitched hillside borders
Lawn Fawn holiday helpers
– Lawn Fawn really rainbow Christmas petite paper pack
White cardstock for base and for front panels
– Copper tape
– LED sticker
– 1 coin cell battery
– Glue dots
– Liquid glue
– Foam tape
– Sakura black glaze pen
– Sakura gelly roll white gel pen
– Copic Sketch Markers
– Distress oxide salty ocean, blueprint sketch, chipped sapphire
Memento tuxedo black ink pad
Wow! embossing pad: clear ultra slow drying
Wow! embossing powder opaque bright white super fine
Powder tool
– Tape runner
Ranger glossy accents
Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Glitter Gloss
– Spray bottle
– Make-up brushes for ink blending
– Paper towel