Monday, September 17, 2012

This is used to be .. CD

Hi friends,

I usually do my crafts items with products available at home. I preserve all wedding invitations, greeting cards, used can, bottles etc. Hope you can imagine my cupboard.....:)

I found many old CDs at home. We were not playing those for quite some years. Accumulated it in box to try for some crafts later.When Lulupu announced the transformation challenge i was happy to take out those CD and do some design with leftover paper coils.

Here is my work
 



This can used as Wall decor, Rangoli & Wall hanging

Planning to have a candle light dinner at home. This will actually give you a pleasnat mood.
Materials used:

Used CD
Paper strips - Aadyaa originals & Itsy Bitsy
Beads,Rhinestones & Glitter glue  - Local shop
Candle & Foam flowers - Itsy Bitsy

Many pictures are on the way. Will post many pictures tomorrow.

Submitting this entry to Lulupu's challengeArtst Crafty Mom & Anything but a card.

Thanks for visiting.

35 comments:

  1. Thanks Shylaashree!

    this is really interesting! Cannot see the CD anymore!
    Please link back to our challenge to participate :)

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  2. Nice way to transform a simple CD into a work of art. Keeping all the little things, the greetings cards, the colourful papers and the little bits for future use is definitely hard to resist for any crafter:) have a huge collection of knick knacks myself.

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  3. Wonderful way to recycle CDs - Thank you for sharing. I saw you on MIM - My entry is #32 if you'd like to check it out :)

    Also, I invite you to join me at the Anything Goes challenge here: http://pinandtack.blogspot.com/2012/09/challenge-1-anything-goes-spark-your.html

    Lots of joy,
    Corrinne

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    1. Thank u for the lovely comments & invite corrinne . I have entered my entry

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  4. These would be great mobiles or ornaments! great use for a CD. I saw this on MIM

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  5. this is great way for recycling :)

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  6. Same Pinch ! me too a hoarder..any card, paper,box anything come in but does not go out of my house :) !! Liked the idea of using CD as rangoli !

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    1. Thank you pooja, hope you too get scold from your parents :)

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  7. very nice nice nd colourful creation Shylaa...love it..

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  8. Fantastic project and colours. I spotted this on Make-it-Monday..Loz

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  9. Popping in from MIM to see your lovely creation. I'm intrigued...have you adhered the beads directly on to the CD? Cool way to recycle. Speaking of which, why not take your project to TopTip Tuesday Challenge #85: "Recycle It". I think it will do well there. Here's the link:
    http://toptiptuesday.blogspot.com/2012/09/challenge-85-recycle-it.html

    Thanks for sharing!

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  10. What an interesting and very creative use for used Cd's! Your design is beautiful and has me thinking what a fun project this would be. Thank you for joining in at ABAC Challenge this week.

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  11. Saw your creation on MIM and omg wowwww this is fab! What great talent you have and I just love the dimension to it! Good luck in your challenges. All the best. Sharon xxx

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  12. Oh wow....this is GORGEOUS!!!! Thanks for joining us at ABAC :) :)

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  13. Shaylaashree Ur idea of using the old Cds is Great...!!


    Tanu & Teju
    http://inlovewithquilling.blogspot.in/

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  14. Very creative use for unwanted CD's and one that I haven't seen before! You certainly put lots of work into this and lots of texture too.
    Thank you so much for sharing with us at ABAC and I do hope you'll join us again soon.
    Juliax

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  15. so very pretty and creative, saw your entry on MIM whilst I was adding my creation and it so did stand out
    Hugs Kate xx

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  16. I spotted your wonderful creation over at Make it Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. TFS!
    My entries are # 74, # 78, # 224 and # 231.
    I would love to have you visit my blogs: Paper and Scraps Creations by Julia and Me and Myself on the Dark…
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  17. Oh great creation, Great to see you at Top Tip Tuesday for our Recycle It! challenge this time, hugs Samantha :0)

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  18. Very pretty and fab recycling too!
    Thanks for joining in with us over at Top Tip Tuesday for our 'Recycle it' challenge :)

    Carol x

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  19. I have a lot of old discs I could do this too. It is so stunning. Thanks for joining us over at ABAC.

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  20. Oh my!!! That's some awesome Quilling!! Is it really from left-over rolls?? Beautifully done.. Thanks for playing along at Lulupu.. :)

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