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by Pete Prodoehl

Introduction

Make a Halloween themed version of our popular LED wearable bracelets project. Choose from three different templates or make your own!

You can make this project (and many more) with our Wearable Circuits Kit.

Video Overview

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  1. This is a Halloween version of our popular LED bracelet project from our Getting Started with Wearables eBook.
    • This is a Halloween version of our popular LED bracelet project from our Getting Started with Wearables eBook.

    • Download and print the template attached to this guide.

    • The download features designs for both 2-LED and single-LED bracelets. This might be helpful if you'd like to limit the number of LEDs needed in a classroom environment.

  2. Cut out and trace the ghost template onto a piece of felt. Add a mouth with a black marker. Place the eyes over the LEDs on the bracelet.
    • Cut out and trace the ghost template onto a piece of felt.

    • Add a mouth with a black marker.

    • Place the eyes over the LEDs on the bracelet.

  3. Cut out and trace the skeleton template onto felt. Draw the nose and mouth with a marker. Place the skeleton over the eyes on the bracelet.
    • Cut out and trace the skeleton template onto felt.

    • Draw the nose and mouth with a marker.

    • Place the skeleton over the eyes on the bracelet.

  4. Cut out the Zombie Template and trace it onto felt. Cut out the brain from pink felt and the eye patch (optional) from black felt. Use a marker to draw on the mouth and nose.
    • Cut out the Zombie Template and trace it onto felt.

    • Cut out the brain from pink felt and the eye patch (optional) from black felt. Use a marker to draw on the mouth and nose.

    • Place the Zombie over the LED on the bracelet.

  5. Instead of transferring the project to felt, you could use markers to color in the template, and place the paper over the LED(s). Instead of transferring the project to felt, you could use markers to color in the template, and place the paper over the LED(s). Instead of transferring the project to felt, you could use markers to color in the template, and place the paper over the LED(s).
    • Instead of transferring the project to felt, you could use markers to color in the template, and place the paper over the LED(s).

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