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Glowing House Set Voltage Village



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Ever dream of building your own house? Well here’s your chance! With the Glowing House Set you’ll have everything you need to assemble and wire up two paper houses. Combine electronics, paper craft and miniature architecture to create two tiny villas that will light up in the dark using Electric Paint and a light sensor.

Bare Conductive’s Electric Paint is just like any other water-based paint, except that it’s electrically conductive! This means that you can paint wires directly onto paper.

The Glowing House Set contains carefully crafted templates and instructions to guide you through decorating, folding, and adding electricity to these tiny villas. Using just a few components and your natural creative flair you’ll be able to build your own night-light village. As the light fades your houses will start to glow!

Inside the box you’ll find two pre-scored templates, instructions, and all the components you need for assembly.

Colour in, wire up, and watch your houses come to life in the dark!


• Draw a working circuit and cold solder components
• Electric Paint is water-based, nontoxic and solvent free
• Dries at room temperature in 10-15 minutes
• Must be fully dry to work
• Easily removable with soap and water
• Assembly time 1 hr
• Set includes 2 houses
• Easy and fun activity
• Ages 12 and up

In this kit:

1 x Electric Paint Tube
2 x Pre-cut House templates
4 x light-emitting diodes (LEDs)
2 x Resistors
2 x LDRs
2 x Transistors
2 x Battery Clips
2 x 9V Batteries
Sticky Dots and Stickers


Electric Paint Technical Data Sheet

Extensive project examples and resources at:

Voltage Village Tutorial

Step-by-Step instructions to assemble your very own Glowing House Set Voltage Village!

Cold Soldering

Electric Paint can be used as both a liquid wire and an adhesive. Use it to attach components to a range of materials. This is a great alternative to the soldering iron either when you’re in a hurry, or working with children!

Series and Parallel Circuits

This is a brief introduction into how you can use Electric Paint to cold solder components and create circuits in parallel and series. Even if you know this already, sometimes it’s a bit difficult to visualise how these circuits can start to become graphics that you can play with.


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