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IN Creative ON 10 Mar, 2016
Many of you must be knowing that the compact discs were once the cutting-edge part of technology. They were and are still used at times for many purposes. Hence since its discovery in 1982, CD has been facing a lot of ups and down in its usage. I too don't make use of them now so there are a lot of boxes overflowing with this plastic junk.
But I have got a brilliant way of recycling the CDs like she does.
You just need to follow these simple steps and see changing that junk CD into something creative art piece.
A few CDs, acrylic paint, a pencil, a screwdriver and a paint brush. And you are all set to go.
Take a newspaper and keep the CD over it. And start painting the CD with the black colour.
After the CD been painted, it will look like this. See the black color hides any bearable scratches of CD.
Once the CD been painted all around, let it dry for some time. Later use a pencil and draw an artistic design over it.
The pencil lines are light so there is no need of worrying around.
Once you are done with every part of designing, take a screwdriver and etch the paint off the CD around the pencil lines you drawn.
The design and everything intact.
You can create a chain or hanging wall art by using 3 or more CDs. Just make a loop at the back of it and take it to wherever you want to. This is just an example.
Use your brilliant ideas and create some amazing designs on CDs like this. It is a lot more fun to do it.
Nowadays fashionable ol' blue painter's tape is used to give a new look to your wall artwork. It's simply out of the world. So dig your old CDs and start working. Share and inspire others to do so.
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