First we'll lay out our NeoPixels and solder them together. Then we'll sew them into a simple fabric bag.
We'll program the Circuit Playground Express using MakeCode, Microsoft's drag-and-drop code editor. It's easy to customize your magic effects with all the different sensors and options the Circuit Playground has to offer.
Other Materials Needed
- Fun fur or other pretty fabric, about 16" x 14"
- Felt or fleece lining, same size plus a bit more
- Pretty trims or ribbons or jewels for decoration
- E6000 glue
- Needle & thread and/or sewing machine
- Rubber band for the battery
To do this trick the way I'm showing it, you'll also need a magic light-up thumb tip. These are sold under the brand name D-lite (among others) and come in a variety of colors and a small or large size.
These are so much fun! They way they work is that the light comes on when you squeeze your finger against your thumb. Simple, delightful, and endless possibilities for pranks and magic trickery.