I don’t know about you but now that so much of my information is stored online I don’t use discs as much as I used to. In fact, I’ve come across a few lately that have “gone bad”. I’m not sure exactly what the terminology is for that but they are useless. I decided that in stead of tossing out the discs I would find something to do with them. And this something is a fun upcycled CD greeting card.
- Old CD – with or without case
- Tim Holtz Distriss Ink – Tea Dye
- Plus America Glue Tape –
- Plus America GlueTape – Permanent – Honeycomb
- Plus America Decoration Roller Mini – Wreaths
- Craft Knife
- Paper – Que Sera Sera K&Company
- Image – from candy wrapper
- Label Maker
- Adhere paper to the CD with Glue Tape Permanent Honeycomb.
- Carefully cut excess paper away from the CD with the craft knife and Ink the edges with Tea Dye ink.
- Run the Wreaths Decoration Roller Mini from the center to the outside edge of the CD.
- Tear pieces of coordinating paper and ink the edges. Adhere with Glue Tape.
- Add image with Glue Tape.
- Print out sentiment with label maker and adhere.
This is a fun upcycled CD card I created for FaveCrafts back in 2013 featuring Plus America Glue Tape that I thought I would share here. Don’t worry if you don’t have the EXACT same materials I used. Experiment, have fun and use up some of the surplus craft supplies that I know you’ve got lying around.