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21  Computer RAM does not belong in the trash! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Lody on: February 22, 2007 11:24:20 PM
Hmm, first post of my own stuff! Cheesy I always hate tossing out dead computer parts, they seem such a great source of craftiness... so the other day, I decided to save a bar of RAM from the trash can =)

There's a bracelet:

And a necklace:

I like the closing part, it took so much work to figure out how to make cable stay attached XD

I cut the bar of RAM with a metal saw, polished for hours with various grits, pierced holes with a dremel (and broke the ...bit thingy I forget the name of that thing, the stupid chips did not want to be pierced!), painted with acrylics and varnished, and attached together with peeled apart IDE cable Cheesy Also the clasp is magnetic XD whee!!!

It's painted with a geeky kind of theme on one side, and a girly, pretty theme on the other.  I love the girly side because it matched with pretty dresses, and I just love wearing computer parts and looking... "stylish" XDD

Hope you guys like it as much as I do!

(oh, and in case you were wondering -- the back of the necklace says "geek" in binary! XD 
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