Step 1: Items Needed to Get Started
1. I had an old battery operated led Christmas lights.
2. Wire Strippers
3. Electric tape
4. What is not shown here, but also needed, is a 9volt battery.
Step 2: Dismantle the LED Lights
Step 3: Time to Strip!
Tear a strip of electric tape and push it into the sticky side of the tape. You should have two rows. Don't forget to leave some copper wire longer than the tape for later.
Step 4: Prepping the LED Lights
Step 5: Connecting the LEDs
To test that you have the LEDs in the right way use your 9 volt battery to test it by placing the head of the battery where one copper side on the end of the strip touches the other. If a bulb does not ligyh then turn it to match the others. If all the bulbs do not light simply flip the battery and they all should light.
Making sure the terminals are touching the copper you can now join the two pieces of tape together to secure it.
Connect the battery and attach it where ever you like. I chose my wife's shelf.
Easy as pie!