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on: January 22, 2011 10:07:33 AM 
Started by GeekySweetheart, Message by GeekySweetheart
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This whole project will be a bit of a 'blast from the past' for any 20/30 something Brits out there. These crisps used to be loved by children nationwide because you could get them for 10p!!... now, being that this is 'the present' and everything that is 'now' is EVIL, they are 20p (*shakes fist at God*)... anyhow:






predictably, theres more over at my Blog

This bag was made using recycled materials, obviously a multipack bag of crisps, the front is 4 layers of carrier bag plastic (I staggered them slightly, using 3 carrier bags in total for each side to make it slightly bigger), the handles are 6 layers thick (3 carrier bags)... the sides are binbags and I'm slightly concerned that they won't be hardwearing enough... only time will tell.

what'cha think??

x G
 
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