Chibitronics & Sweet Stamp Shop Collaboration

Hello everybody :) 

I´m  here on the blog to share with you a pulltab slider switch card. I love improving my Chibitronics skills and don't want to bore myself and my followers with the same card type each time. This time I challenged myself in creating a pulltab slider switch mechanism. I have seen this Eiko, from our DT, creating and wanted to create it too.

I´m not really good in explaining something, this is why I like to make videos. As you always learn better watching than reading. But here is a little explanation, on how I created his card. (I have been instructed by amazing Eiko):
  • Create the main idea of you card
  • plan where you want to have the slider
  • Stamp, color and fuzzy cut all your images you need
  • create the background
  • find out where you want to have your LEDs
  • Now you can start building your circuit. You create it like you normally would
  • but than your slider has to go through one  side of the circuit and cross before all LEDs. This is important, so that the circuit is disconnected.
  • than you have to create a plus-shaped piece of paper. You have to score a piece of paper and fold forward and backwards (in the video you can see it better) and than cover it with copper tape.
  • This little plus-shaped paper is going to be the connection that has been cut down.
  • Now the card has to put together and all is done
I hope I could help you improving your Led card skills. Please don't forget to comeback tomorrow for more inspiration here on the blog. Until the next time, I hope you have a wonderful day

Here is the list with products I have used to create this card. Some of the links are affiliate links, which provides me a commission without extra costs for you. All supplies marked with a (*) have been kindly sent to me as gift. 

Sweet Stamp Shop- Spacin´out*, Chibitronics Starter Kit*, Lawn Fawn - Push Here*, Distress Inks, Copic Marker, BigShot