So to start, I know almost nothing about LEDs, and neither does anyone else doing this project. Since I'm the only one who knows how to use a soldering gun, I'm the one assigned to do it. Right now, I have 3 different types of LED's. Aqua, Pink, and Green. I have a "high performance" 110AC to 12DC converter. I have about 30 each of the LEDs and I would like to wire them all into this one power source. First, do I connect them in parallel or series? Second, Do I need a bread board? Or can I just solderer them all to one wire? Third, besides LEDS and resistors, are there any other supplies I need for the circuit? I really don't know how I would go about doing this, or if it is even possible? Was hoping for some help on here. Thanks for your help in this matter!