Introduction: Geeky Apple Earrings

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So you're a fan of Apple products and want to show your support, but don't happen to have enough "pocket change" to buy their most recent $899 MacBook Air. This is for you. This is the perfect project for anyone who wants to show her appreciation for Apple's products while remaining within her budget.

Step 1: Materials

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For this project you will need:

An Apple Cord (Broken cords are preferred.)

Two Earring Hooks

Two 3/4" Pieces of Wire (The gauge of the wire should be similar to the gauge of your hooks.)

A Pair of Pliers

Scissors

Krazy Glue

A Pin or Toothpick

Enthusiasm!!!

Step 2: Completion

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Use your scissors to cut both ends off an Apple cord. Next, fold both 3/4" pieces of wire in half, creating a mostly closed loop. Lace each wire into its earring hook, and cramp the ends of the loop closed with pliers, as shown. Use a toothpick or pin to carefully insert some Krazy Glue into the now vacant end of the USB/30-Pin and push the cramped end of the loop into the aforesaid hole. Wait for the glue to dry, and.....shazzaam!.....you have a pair of Geeky Apple Earrings!

Have fun!

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Comments

Fikjast Scott (author)2015-02-07

very nice looking, what a good idea.

Thank You!

Wired_Mist (author)2015-02-06

Reuse at it's Finest; usb cables beware >.>

funtogether (author)Wired_Mist2015-02-07

Thanks for the comment! I hope everyone who makes these earrings enjoys them as much as I do.

Tarun Upadhyaya (author)2015-02-06

Awesome!!!

I'm glad you like it!

tomatoskins (author)2015-02-06

Ok, now this is cool! I love all things geeky!

funtogether (author)tomatoskins2015-02-06

Thanks!

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