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Topic: What can I do with 100 plastic Phone fascias?  (Read 3574 times)
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« Reply #20 on: May 31, 2009 08:42:02 AM »

Hmm I would string Christmas lights through them and make some lights. Another idea is you make or buy 100 charms and hang them where the screen goes. then post them up on a board and they would be there
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« Reply #21 on: June 04, 2009 01:48:06 PM »

you could turn the screens into tiny shadow boxes, contained in a cell phone. you could attach them onto a wall in some sort of visually pleasing pattern, like swirls or paisleys or something to make cheap wall art. you could turn them into little change purses of some sort. i've seen some high tech mods where people take old cell phone cases and turn them into usb hubs, flash drives, mp3 players, any kind of tiny electronic gadget. you could use them as hood ornaments on a car. you could use them as bricks in a cell phone wall... Cheesy that could be cool. i might have some more ideas if you actually have any left, i saw this was a pretty old thread... Cheesy
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