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Making something creative with the old stuff is fun. I found old CDs from my cupboard and after thinking about a day I decided to make Jewelry set ...
Required Material: 2 Old CDs or DVDs Beads Different ornament (available at home) Some old Resistors Thread Sewing needle Scissors Cutter Glue Pencil / Scale Earrings hook And ...
Starting with necklace. Stick the rectangle shaped ornaments around the middle circle of the CD. Arrange the red ornaments on the suitable position. Now drill holes on the ...
Fix the old resistors into the holes around. Put three beads in a wire piece and attach it into the drilled holes. The resistors and beads will be ...
Take a wire piece and put white and red beads into it and join it with the rectangle shaped ornament and stretch it to the drilled holes and ...
Take thread and needle and put combination of beads (white and black) into the thread and tie the beaded string in the holes. Make five beaded strings and ...
Split the second CD into two pieces with the help of cutter. Make a hole on the top of both pieces with the drill machine.
Now arrange different ornaments and paste them on the earrings piece. Add the earrings hook into the little holes. Earrings are done.
Now you have a beautiful set of jewelry that you can display, gift or wear on any occasion :)
Take a plain white paper and color it. Stick the colored paper on the hard sheet (it could be any folder or paper file available at home). Adjust ...
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