Share Christmas cards this year that will truly shine with the help from Bare Conductive, an organisation that creates electrically conductive paint that you can use to make arts and crafts.
All of Bare Conductive’s products come with instructions on how to use basic electricity to create art.
Bare Conductive hopes its products will engage people of all ages with electronics and technology.
Becky Pilditch, co-founder of Bare Conductive, spoke at one of Nesta’s Hot Topics events about the future of materials and her conductive paint.
Once you’ve finished making your flashing Christmas cards, instead of making a gingerbread house, create your own Voltage Village.
Or buy the basics – electric paint, LED lights and cell batteries from Bare Conductive– to create your own electric masterpiece.