Solder two sets of socket headers, seven sockets long, onto the Perma-Proto. Space them for the QT Py.
Solder plug headers onto the QT Py, using the socket headers as a guide.
Solder a piece of wire from the QT Py's 5V pin to the Perma-Proto's 5V rail. Then, solder a piece of wire from the QT Py's GND pin to the Perma-Proto's ground rail.
Beginning with the second pixel on your strip, count off 34 pixels and mark the position with a marker.
Cut off the first pixel with your snips and then cut at your marker position. Make sure to snip in the middle of the solder pads.
Repeat this process for a second strand of 34 pixels.
You'll have two strands of 34 pixels for a total of 68 for Frank.
Take three wires, tin them and then solder them to the NeoPixel strip's pads. A piece of sticky tack can be helpful to secure the wires as well.
Your wire lengths should be around 5 inches.
Solder the 5V wire to the Perma-Proto's 5V rail, the GND wire to the Perma-Proto's GND rail and the DIN wire to the Perma-Proto's A3 rail.
Connect the two NeoPixel strips together by soldering 5V to 5V, GND to GND and DIN to DOUT.
Your wire lengths should be around 4 inches.
Tin the end of each piece of copper tape with wire. Then, solder a piece of wire to each piece of tape.
The wires should be approximately 5 inches long.