Bare Conductive Electric Paint Circuit Kit

SKU 3009
£14.40 inc VAT
£12.00 ex VAT
15 in stock.

Everything you need to learn about parallel circuits.

No tools, no programming, no special skills required.

Draw a circuit
Learn how Electric Paint works and tune your electronics skills by drawing a circuit.  Easy instructions and a clearly marked template make drawing your circuit as easy as squeezing a tube and tracing a line.

Create a button
Control your lights. See how a simple break in the circuit gives you control over your LEDs. This mechanical button lets you open and close the gap in your circuit, so acts as a switch.

Control your electric city
Fold your templates to create a cityscape. No glue required. Once your circuit is dry, you can use the button as a switch to turn the LED light on and off. Show off your electric city, or customise and create a new scene.

About Electric Paint
Your design and electronic projects are about to change forever, with this easy to use electrically conductive paint. Paint circuits, or use as a conductive adhesive on almost anything, including paper, plastic, textiles and conventional electronics.

About the circuit
Use Electric Paint to fill in a preprinted template and complete a parallel circuit. Watch as your paper city comes to life.


  • 1 x Electric Paint 10ml tube
  • 5 x LED carrier board
  • 1 x Card base template
  • 6 x Assorted 3D objects to fold

Not included: 9V Battery

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Great kit to do with your kids

I bought two of these as a stocking filler for my two children and something to do together over the holidays. It's an easy kit to do and my five year old enjoyed folding up the buildings and my eight year old also enjoyed painting the lines onto the template. Overall it's a great time filler and way to teach about electricity and they both had a sense of accomplishment putting them together. Would recommend.