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October 10, 2014 AT 12:30 am

Make A Light Up Felt Skull Brooch #ElectronicHalloween

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Make a Day of the Dead light up skull brooch for Halloween. via instructables

Picture of ETextile felt skull brooch
In this tutorial I will show how to sew your own skull brooch that lights up by touching between its eyes. Firstly we will sew the felt skull, and afterwards, a felt battery holder with metal snap buttons on the backside.

Materials

– Skull pattern

– Felt

– Lining and wadding

– metal snap buttons

– 2 leds (3mm)

– 100 Ohm resistor

– 3V battery

– Conductive thread

– Conductive fabric

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Full tutorial


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