Christmas LED card built and shared

Posted on Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 in DIY by DP

Drew picked up our old blinking Xmas card project. He got the PCBs just in time to complete the project before Xmas.

I finally assembled a couple and am off to give them to my parents and grandparents at Christmas Eve

We’re glad our project brought some joy during the festivities. This project is no longer available, but we’ve already got a new holiday project planned for next year.

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