Let it Glow, Let it Glow, Let it Glow with Paper Circuits!

Learn how to make your own light up holiday cards by using copper tape, a battery and LEDs! We’ll start by learning some simple paper circuitry and a basic understanding of how circuits work. No soldering is required. Next, there will be two different design templates you can choose from to make your card. We’ll lay out the circuits together, and then you’ll be able to customize your design and take your card home with you!

Materials included in this class are:

Prerequisites: Ages 6-8 (with parent) and up

What to bring: Yourself!

Date: December 3, 2014

Time: 6PM–9PM

Location: SparkFun Electronics. Please come to the front door on the southwest corner of the building. There will be a sign near the door indicating for you to ring the bell so we can let you in.
Instructors: Angela Sheehan and Amanda Clark

We will NOT accept walk-ins for this class unless you are registered. Thank you for understanding.

Note: Class registration is fully refundable until the weekday (M-F) prior to the class at 5:00pm MST. Please call to do so. If you wish to cancel after that time, or miss the workshop for any reason, we will transfer the amount you paid to SparkFun store credit, but cannot issue refunds. Thanks for your understanding!

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Class Time
  • Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
  • 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Price $20.00
Slots Available 29/30

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