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« on: September 02, 2006 11:36:18 PM »

so i was thinking a lot a lot about headbands cause i love them.  and i though about how someone made bracelets out of records by melting them in the oven and then cutting them up.  i think i saw it on crafster a while ago, i'm sorry i can't remember or find the thread.  anyways i was thinking about how cool it would be so form the record into a headband shape.  has anyone tried this?  and if you're the super awesome smart and innovative person who made the bracelets, what did you use to cut the record? any info is appreciated!  i'm gonna try it sometime anyways, if i can find that one record that was saving up.
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