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Like Kathie said, don't go over.
The lights can be finicky so don't push your luck.....seriously!
You can blow the fuse or the lights simply won't illuminate. It is not worth trying since trouble shooting a problem can be a nightmare.
You can swap out the transformer and buy a larger one separately from Cir-kit that is meant for more bulbs.
I am working on my first house. I am getting this kit. the transformer is 12V, 20W. it says that it supports 33 12V light bulbs. I wonder what happens if I go below or over the specified number of light bulbs. If it's okay to do so, how many bulbs can I go under or over?
I've always wanted to do a Peter Pan inspired dollhouse/scene, but I guess I needed the right vessel.
I found this clock on the side of the road, and as soon as I realized the back panel comes off very easily, I knew the inside would be perfect to do my own version of Tinkerbell's Clock apartment from the movie Hook