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Topic: CD and cassette cases (and some unused cassette tapes)  (Read 5998 times)
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« Reply #10 on: April 13, 2015 09:20:59 AM »

http://craftbits.com/project/vhs-tape-clutch-purse/

I followed this tutorial, using a large hook(I)...I lined the little bag and gave it to my niece...pretty easy crochet...nothing fancy, basically a rectangle!  One tip--I did not even take the tape apart like it said....I just pulled it out from the "front"..and, it is crunchy a bit, so it does hold its shape for things like baskets...I might make a few more just to get rid of the boxes of cassettes that my hubby had from his old recording studio.... Grin
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« Reply #11 on: April 13, 2015 10:21:46 AM »

This is another project using cd cases. I made double "walls" for the base, that is, 2 cases glued together for thickness, and two stacked for height), the top is a shelf I found in a discarded closet and the paper is all recycled from magazines and junk mail.
I made this tiny table years ago and it has withstood use as a coffee table, footrest and child's seat; several moves and (rare) cleaning - with nothing more than a but of wear on the paper, which is easily mended.
Know what they say about plastic lasting for thousands of years? Well, that means strong structures when used craftily!
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« Reply #12 on: August 02, 2015 08:20:27 AM »

Nice ideas.  For a swap, I made a fairy door out of a cassette case.  The case itself is the frame and the door swings open.  I made insertable "door panels" by coloring index cards.  They are interchangeable.   I glued a picture of a fairy on the inside, peeking from real moss.  This project took me quite a while to complete (arthritis) but I was tickled with the results.



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