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This tutorial shows you how to make a Paper Christmas Elf Decoration using Bare's Electircally Conductive Paint, paper, a flashing LED and a Battery ...
Download the template, you can add a photo of your friends or family wither by cutting it out or, inserting it digitally, or draw your own elf face. ...
Be careful not to cut yourself
Decide where you want the LED and battery, poke the components through the paper. Make sure the positive of the LED (long leg) goes to the positive o...
While the paint is drying fold up the arms and legs. Before you fold up the body, add a rubber band or ribbon to the top so you can hang your elf on ...
Once everything is folded up, glue the arms and legs to the elf body. Now your elf is complete! You can hang it on your tree or stand it on your des...
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