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Tutorial: Stamping on a CD

Stamping on a CD
 Wish by Lucy Chesna Supplies Cardstock: Bazzill; Patterned Paper: Webster's Pages; Button: Fancy Pants; Stamp: Rubbernecker; Ink: Ranger, Tsukineko; Other: CD, duct tape

Supplies:
• CD or DVD
• Stamp
• Ink
• Duct Tape


Step One: Clean the surface of the CD and stamp all over it.


Step Two: Score the middle of the CD a few times with an Exacto knife and then on the other side of the CD. Put the CD between a piece of cloth and press down on it so it will break in half.


Step Three: Add duct tape to the bottom so you don’t cut yourself.

Step Four: Add the CD to the card and cover with ribbon, trim or a scrap piece of paper. Then assemble the rest of your card.

I love the look of the card with the CD on it, and it’s a great way to use up unsolicited CDs that you get in the mail.

3 comments:

Tante K├Ąthe said...

Oh yes, I love that too! Never tried ands I have so many of them.

TFS!
Majo

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