The CD SnowFlake

Introduction: The CD SnowFlake

Got some useless cds laying around, lets put them to use!

-This project was inspired by the CD Christmas Tree-

Final Product of 3.5 Minutes of work

-Makes a nice gift, decoration, or project for the kids and cost almost nothing.

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Step 1: Step 1 -Get the CD's

-In my case they were a bunch of CDs that I picked up at office max for Earth link.

-11 CD's more if you want to make a bigger snowflake
-Some type of glue, hot glue does not work well. I used clear silicone, the type used on sinks (i have a box of them, so might as well use them for some thing)

Step 2: Step 2

Glue them together!!

Pretty much it, just glue together.

The 11th CD is put on top of the Base CD and glued there to add strength and keep them there.
-Let it sit for 15 minutes or so, 1-2 hours for it to hard set.

Step 3: Step 3

-Thats done, now you can keep it as is, or add lights. Its up to you. Enjoy you CD Snowflake.

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