Avery Elle Chibitronics Blog Hop

October 3, 2016



Avery Elle and Chibitronics are pairing up for a fun collaboration today.  Chibitronics has products that we can use to easily illuminate our  cards, paper crafts, textiles, and more.  They are so cool!  Be sure to check out their website for videos, tutorials, examples and templates.

We are giving away one Chibitronics STEM Starter Kit as well.   Just comment on this post or one of the design team members posts by Midnight, PST October 9th to be entered to win.  There is no purchase necessary and you must be 18 years of age or older to enter.  This giveaway is void where prohibited.  Winner will be announced on the Avery Elle blog on Monday, October 10th.

Let's get to the hop shall we? 

I created a card that has a light up wreath at the top.  It was so fun to create the simple circuit behind the card panel front to create this effect.  The instructions are all in the start up kit and the Chibitronics website is a great resource for ideas as well. 




Supplies:

The Avery Elle and Chibitronics design teams have some amazing projects to share with you so be sure to check them out at the following links.

Avery Elle / Jamie
Karolyn Loncon- GO HERE NEXT
Caryn Davies
Heather Campbell
Yainea
Melania Deasy
Katie Gehring 
Amy Kolling 
Ashley Marcu
Maska Vanacker 
Chibitronics Blog

Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

48 comments:

Scrapthat said...

Love the addition of the Chibitronics to this cute card! TFS

Liz Gessner McAllister said...

Love the simplicity of your card!

Brenda Tarnowetzki said...

Those little lights make such a great interactive card!

Denise Bryant said...

Love that light up wreath! Sweet card!

Lura said...

This newest craze is a great way to make someone's jaw drop! Cute way to use the Chibi light.

Sabrina said...

Such a darling card!!

Amy C. said...

What a neat idea to light up the wreath! I would love to try a Chibitronics kit.

Jessica Frost-Ballas said...

Thanks for collaborating with Chibitronics! I really enjoyed pairing them with Avery Elle stamps! 😊

Renee M said...

How fun to have a light element on this cute card!

cghundley said...

Lovely card and
it looks so elegant
with the light.
Carla from Utah

Jayell said...

Looks fantastic with the wreath lit up

Marianne said...

Love the addition of the Chibitronics. Just perfect to send to someone special.

Shelly said...

Sooo cute!

Cheryl L. said...

Thanks for the fun hop! Loved seeing all those Avery Elle stamps and the fun Chibi lights! Would love to try them!

Sue D said...

The lights really make this card special.

razzia said...

Beautiful card the light makes this card so chic and fun ��.
Sahra Scrap

Cindy said...

Lovely card Jamie!

BeckyR71 said...

Awesome card! The light really makes it!

Cheryl B. said...

I love the idea of lighted cards especially for the holidays. The light makes the wreath so special.

Michele K. Henderson said...

Coolest thing ever! i can not wait to try it!

Karen Weingartner said...

Love this card! Can't wait to try these!

Arianna Barbara said...

Great collaboration with Chibitronics!!! Thank you so much for this amazing chance to win one of these stunning kits!!! I would love so much to try them!!! Crossing my fingers!!!

Jean said...

THis truly changes the card! Such fun!

Barbara Williams-Beaird said...

This is a game changer!!!

Amy Ames said...

Such a great holiday card!! I love the large scripty sentiment!! And the new chibi lights are so cool 😊

TLC Crafts Ink said...

Great card!! I can't wait to see what else was done with the chibitronics! Off I go to hop!

Sue McW said...

Such a great card. Love how the wreath lights up. These Chibitronics are really fun.

Laura Beck said...

After seeing all the great cards on the blog hop, I am definitely going to have to try Chibitronics--even though I couldn't get my light bulb to work in grade 9 science!

Diann Brodnax said...

Such a sweet card and love the addition of the twinkles! :)

Debbie said...

LOVE IT!!! I just felt a spark of inspiration to get to work on my cards :-)

Iris Esther Lopez said...

Chibitronics are so cool. I want to try them. Very cute card.

Jean R-T said...

Oh, how I would love to win the Chibitronics Starter Kit! Great cards on the hop, as usual!

Laurie said...

Very nice card. Love the light and the sentiment.

Tami B said...

I would so love to try out the Chibi lights, they make such cute and fun cards just like you proved with the one above.

Carolina Kathy said...

Love the Chibi lights! And I looked at their blog!! Not sure about mailing, however. Thx for sharing your cute card!!

Rebecca Ednie said...

This is so neat! Id love to try it!

Tammy Paul said...

such a wonderful idea. I need to have these little gems.
thanks for the chance to win and for inspiring

Denise Ward said...

Very pretty design. I love the large Avery Elle greeting that you used on the front, and the scalloped edge around the card. Too bad the Chibitronics don't photograph too well. I bet it looks even better when the light is visible.

godzilla gamer Tatman said...

What a great idea! I've heard the name but never saw them in action.

Christy Q said...

great card!! I've been intrigued by the Chibitronics for awhile now and am motivated to give them a try now after seeing the possibilities with Christmas cards.

Jean Bullock said...

Very cool. I love the idea of being able to light up a card like that.

Angela said...

This is so pretty! I love the stained glass stamps to begin with but this makes them even better!

Brenda said...

Beautiful card, thanks for the chance to win.

Mary Holshouser said...

A great collaboration between two
wonderful companies. The stamps
lend themselves to lighting so
well.
thanks

Judie said...

Love how these lights turn even the simplest of cards into an amazing one! GORGEOUS card!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

How fun are these lights. The holiday cards will never be the same. TFS

Indy's Designs said...

Wonderful CAS card! Very festive!

Jennifer T. said...

I love the lights. Very cool card!

 
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