3.30.2016

A Fun Collaboration with Chibitronics! + video

I was so excited to see Patricia Ng of Chibitronics at CHA earlier this year. I couldn't believe it when I saw her awesome Chibi lights! She is too awesome! Chibitronics makes unique "circuit stickers" to light up and power your paper crafting projects. Today and tomorrow our Design Team is collaborating with the Chibi Designers. We hope to light up your creativity!


Chari created a fun lighted Ferris wheel using Admit One and the Chibitronics starter kit. There is a battery concealed under the heart and when pressed the card lights up! Too cool!


 I love Chari's beautiful ink blended night sky! It looks awesome with the colorful lights!

 Latisha used Gnome Sweet Gnome to make an amazing lighted garden scene! I love that you can see light through the stitch lines in the Stitched Rectangle!

Latisha's gorgeous design looks amazing with back-lighting using the Chibi Lights LED Circuit Stickers

Yainea made a video showing how she made her gorgeous Summertime Charm fireflies card! You can watch it here or at our YouTube channel!
Thank you so much for watching!


I love how Yainea used Copics to color the mason jar to match the Distress ink blended night sky!

 Yainea's lighted fireflies are just so amazing!

The talented Chibi Designers have some awesome projects for you too! Click their names to see their blog posts.
Alisha
Christina
Joanna
Nancy
Patricia
 
Be sure to join us tomorrow for more inspiring projects and an awesome giveaway!

Patricia and me in her awesome booth at CHA! :)




Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

47 comments:

  1. This is awesome and intriguing concept. Can't wait to see more...Go Lawn Fawn!

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  2. Wow. Just WOW. Yainea's card is beautiful. The way she matched the background with Copics was awesome. And she had fireflies (lightning bugs where I grew up) that actually light up? Seriously? WOW!

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  3. Wow. Just WOW. Yainea's card is beautiful. The way she matched the background with Copics was awesome. And she had fireflies (lightning bugs where I grew up) that actually light up? Seriously? WOW!

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  4. Holy guacamole that's so cool!

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  5. omg SHE'S SO AMAZING!!!!!!!! She even perfectly matched Copic colors to the Distress Inks she used! These lights are pretty fantastic, would love to try them!

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  6. this is the first time I see lights in a card. love them all!

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  7. Wow these are really cool! I didn't know there was anything like these little lights. I was amazed to see the background within the mason jar was freehand with Copics, it matches the DI so well! Very impressive work by the DT!

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  8. Fabulous video!! And great projects too!

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  9. the first time I saw the Chibitronics in action I squeeled in delight and still...I squeel in delight! such an awesomely fun addition to the crafting world!! :D

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  10. WoW! Adorable cards, and I had no idea these fun, little lights existed.

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  11. This is the coolest craft video I think I have ever seen!! My brain is on major overload right now thinking of all the ways these super cool little lights can be used!! :)

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  12. This is the coolest craft video I think I have ever seen!! My brain is on major overload right now thinking of all the ways these super cool little lights can be used!! :)

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  13. Love how fun these
    cards are with the
    lights!
    Carla from Utah

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  14. Wow, Yainea, creo que no veía hacer circuitos desde mi laboratorio de electrónica. Bella tarjeta. Tu forma de colorear el envase es fántastica. Quedé prendada de tu tarjeta.

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  15. Wow!!! How sweet! I love the lights...and the coloring to match the background was really inspired!

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  16. Wow..This is REALLY nice. I just love the idea of the lil lights and the video is just great in explaining how to do this. Amazing

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  17. Absolutely love the fireflies!

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  18. These are all absolutely amazing! I've never heard of this company before. Seriously cute cards.

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  19. I've only recently heard of Chibitronics, but it's so exciting to see how their products can be used!

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  20. This is soooo cool and sciency! My husband buys me light up cards and now I can make him one !

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  21. How totally cool!! I was mesmerized by that video haha!

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  22. Thank you for showing us how you made such a great card using Chibitronics... I have been eagerly waiting for these to come on the market ever since I saw someone's CHA video demoing them. How awesome are these... and I can't wait to try them out on my own cards. I already have some ideas on how I want to use them. Thanks again for the Mason card video explaining how to use the Chibitronics. x

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    1. You can buy the lights and starter kit directly from Chibitronics. I did so before Easter and received them in a very short time.

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  23. This card is awesome, but looks difficult!

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  24. What amazing cards! Love all of the fabulous light up elements from Chibitronics!

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  26. Very cool cards and I loved the video! Thanks for sharing.

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  27. These projects are AMAZING. Really enjoyed being a part of the collaboration. Can't wait to make more Lawn Fawn + Chibi projects!

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  28. Well, how cool is that?! These cards are adorable!!

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  29. Oh gosh! What fun! Really enjoyed! Thanks for sharing the videos and stunning projects!

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  30. Amazing! Never see it before, and now we can make a card, like the store bought ones! Not only this light up is amazing but also her coloring of the jar is amazing! And, she just hand drew the grass to match! I enjoyed this video very much! :)

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  31. Wow!!! I was blown away by the YouTube video - awesome cards!

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  32. Wow what a great way to make these cards interactive.

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  33. SQUEAL!!!! K, can I just grabbed Patricia and give her a big ole'smooch?!!! Yes, I may run the risk of being hauled away in a straight jacket and getting a restraining order on me, but it would be worth it!!! This is truly the most exciting thing I've seen in card-making in a LONG time!!! I've gotten away from cardmaking as my main hobby, but these genius chibitronics just might be the key to getting me back in the game!!! OMGosh, every single LF card is so darling and these lights make them even more special!!! I'm completely blown away by this awesomeness!!!

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  34. Can't wait to watch the videos- what a unique and fun addition to these great cards!

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  35. I love this stuff, I just wish it was more available in the UK! it appeals to my other interests, I've been trying to use arduinos to get lights and sound in cards, but this is even better

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  36. Oh dear! I LOVE these lights! ♥

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  37. Amazing! I just bought the Chibi lights as Easter basket presents for both of my sons and my nieces. This is a wonderful and creative way to get them to do some "cool science" and have it be crafty AND hands-on. Definitely going to bookmark this page for future use and CASEing, thank you for the inspiration Lawn Fawn Design team and Chibitronics!

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  38. oh!! the video tutorial - great!! such a cool cool idea!

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  39. That is soooooo awesome!!! The way you blended the background on the jar--at first I thought you had stamped the jar on vellum or acetate and the background was showing through. Love it!! Definitely have to get some of those lights. Thanks for the tutorial.

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