What I used
To make this bracelet I needed to use a variety of different material, for example:
Two LED lights
Iron for the iron on felt
For my first design I decided to add a light to a pice of felt in a shape of a flower. How to make the light actually work I needed to connect it to the batter. First I got a batter holder and placed it on my bracelet, then on the positive hole of the LED light I sewed it down with conductive tread and sewed a running stitch to the positive hole of the batter holder. Then I did the same thing for the second hole except I connected the negative hole of the LED light to the negative hole of the batter. This aloud the LED light to light up, if I would of connect the positive hole of the light to the negative hole of the batter holder nothing would have happened.
After I succeeded in attaching my first light I decided to make a modified design which consist of adding a second LED light. I decided to cut a piece of felt in a shape of a heart and ironed it on. Once it was in place I could add my second LED Light. I had two options I could of sewed the light to the batter holder like I did for the first one but if I were to do that I could possible intertwine the positive stitch with the negative and it would lead to both lights not working. The other option that I had and that I chose was to connect the two LED light together. How I did that was by sewing the positive hole of my second LED light to the positive hole of my first LED light . Then I sewed the negative hole of the second LED light to the negative hole on my first LED light. This aloud both lights to light up together.
One of the errors I ran into was that I sewed my positive hole of my first light to the negative hole of my batter holder and because of this it did not light up, so I had to take the stitch out and re do it which was a pain.
Some tips are to stay neat with you running stitch because if your positive stitch touches your negative one the lights will not turn on. I also found it helpful to use felt that can iron on for your design, there will be less sewing involve and less thread making it a little confusing.