Easy to Do - Recycle CD As Coaster, Wall Hanging and Fridge Magnets

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Introduction: Easy to Do - Recycle CD As Coaster, Wall Hanging and Fridge Magnets

About: Favorite "Much may be done in those little shreds and patches of time which every day produces, and which most men throw away." Charles Caleb Colton

Most of us have lots of waste CD's lying around at our home. You can use it to create a wonderful and colorful crafts for various purpose.

Here we can see the recycled CD crafts as Coasters, Wall hangings and Fridge Magnets.

Step 1: Materials & Tools Used

Materials

  • Waste CD
  • Coir Rope
  • Glue
  • Black Marker
  • Paint - Water color / Fabric paint / Oil paint

Tools

  • Scissors

Step 2: Coir Over the CD

  • Take a CD and apply glue from the center to outwards
  • Roll the coir rope over the glue and use marker to press the coir
  • Continue rolling the Coir rope until CD ends
  • Cut the rope and apply more glue at the ends
  • Make more coasters as you need

Step 3: Coloring the Coir

  • Draw your desired shapes as outline over the coir with marker
  • Color it with your favorites and apply twice
  • We can use Oil paint, Spray paint, Water color or Fabric paint of your choice
  • Let it dry
  • Use varnish in case you applied water color to make it water resistant coaster

Step 4: Colorful Decor

  • Use it as Wall hangings, Coaster and Fridge Magnets

Kids can also do it as it is simple to make.

Colorful Handmade multipurpose CD crafts is ready now.

Step 5:

Recycle CD.Try it and Enjoy!!!!

Vote me if you like it. Thank you.

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    Great way to use old CDs! Thanks for this!!!

    This is such a good idea! I love the designs you drew on them, they really remind me of traditional Hungarian lace and embroidery patterns! So pretty!