Cardboard and paperboard have become a nearly ubiquitous entry point into making (see McGalliard, 2016, in volume 2 of this series) and can provide an easily accessible pathway into electronics and computing. This chapter highlights paper circuitry, a new way for makers, artists, and storytellers to develop expressive and technical expertise by using crafts to create electronics. Circuit stickers, developed by Chibitronics, are peel-and-stick electronic modules for crafting circuits on paper, fabric, glass, and many other everyday surfaces. Merging childhood papercrafts and new easy-touse electronic tools opens the doors to new kinds of making, new kinds of makers, and new conceptions of what it means to “make.”