Winners of the Bare Conductive light-up paper house kit announced!

Thanks to everyone who posted ideas!

We got some really great ideas on how you could combine Ponoko’s lasercutting service with Bare Conductive’s electrically conductive ink.

Here are our 5 favorite project ideas and the winners of this super cute light-up paper house kit courtesy of giveaway sponsors Bare Conductive.

Cathy M. wouldn’t stop with just one light up house. She would make an entire light-up city.

Daniel P.’s puzzle idea sounds awesome: “I would create laser cut puzzle pieces from wood with interlocking painted circuitry – the player would have to connect the puzzle pieces up correctly in order to complete the ciruit and make an LED glow successfully!”

Daniel R. said he would use the ink to create circuitry for lighting in his lasercut dollhouses.

Jake A. wants to make musical instrument kits from lasercut silhouettes painted with the skin-safe, conductive ink.

Yvon M. plans on updating the retro classic Star Bird toy and adding it to his portfolio of Instructables.

Congratulations to all of our winners. Enjoy your Bare Conductive light-up house kits, and we can’t wait to see what else you do with your conductive ink.

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