For our teams final project, four LED candles with ATmega328P(B) boards are programmed to display a creative light show. Each candle is identically hand-built and connected to an ATmega328P or ATmega328PB microcontroller. These four devices are all then connected to a single ATmega328PB that serves as the master controller. The master board is programmed with all of the light routines and signals the individual boards to turn the LEDs on or off at different brightnesses. In order for the master controller to communicate with the slave boards, the I2C interface is utilized. The purpose of this project is to develop a simple prototype for a future, larger candlelight display that can be wirelessly programmed to display more complex light shows.