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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Re-purposing Old CDs

 Awhile back someone on my Facebook posted this link that had a fun idea for re-purposing old CDs. I loved it so much I sat down and did it that afternoon! With the holiday craziness I am just now getting around to posting it, but it has been done for a few weeks. I had all of these items on hand so this made for an easy project and it looks really great when it's done. When I was pregnant with my first two boys, I painted wooden letters that spelled their names and strung them above their cribs.  I hadn't gotten around to doing anything like that for Isaiah yet so I decided to make this project for his room. So far I haven't punched holes in them but they are propped on his shelf and still look really good. Here's how mine turned out:

First I traced the CDs onto some card stock in the colors I wanted

Added some modge podge to CD, covered both sides with card stock, modge podged again to add letters

Finished project - Plain but cute!


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7 comments:

  1. What a cute idea! Love it :)

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  2. Chrystal - I was intrigued by your blog post title in the comment you left, so had to come over & check it out. What a cute & thrifty idea! Are you ever interested in sharing this at Thrifty NW Mom? Email me if you are - thriftynwmom@hotmail.com. Thanks! :)

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  3. Saw this posted on Thrifty NW Mom. GREAT IDEA!! So cute!!
    What font cartridge did you use??

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  4. I used the DonJuan font cartridge. I believe I used the under pressure feature:)

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  5. What size did you make your letters?

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  6. I'm sorry...this was two years ago so I don't remember. I would just print one of the letters in a few sizes to see what you like. Thanks for stopping by!

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