Reuse Sticky Residue from Credit Cards for Crafts

My tip is to save all the sticky stuff that holds a credit card on paper, that attaches the label on plastic reusable containers and where ever else you find it. I carefully pull them up and put them of a piece of plastic. I then use them when I am making 3D cards and pictures. I cut them in little pieces. You can layer them too. That way I don't buy the dots, and you might say it is free!


By jlyoung from Martinsville, IN

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April 2, 20090 found this helpful

That is THE frugalest thing I have ever heard of!

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April 3, 20090 found this helpful

Yes, that is VERY frugal, and I admire that so much. ANYTHING we can reuse saves us and helps ever so slightly to save our planet. Tiny little things like that add up! Way to go!

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