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Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones


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Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - earphones stored on cardLet's make use of expired credit cards or old IDs. If you have a creative mind, you can make this craft. You never know; there are a lot of ideas for things you can do with those cards!

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Total Time: 15 mins.

Supplies:

Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - supplies
 

Steps:

  1. Make a three holes on the card, with the use of your puncher. One hole on the bottom and two holes on the top.
  2. Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - punch holes in the card
     
    Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - one on the bottom and two on top
     
  3. On those three holes, make a vertical cut using scissors or cutter. This way, it will be easy to insert your earphones.
  4. Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - make a cut at each hole
     
    Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - cuts on each hole
     
  5. On the top two holes, insert your earphones, then loop the wire on the center and insert the headset plug on the last hole to keep it. Easy and simple!
  6. Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - insert wire for earphones in the two top slits
     
    Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - earphones showing on right side of card
     
    Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - wrap wire around the narrow width of the card
     
    Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - insert plug end into the single slit at the bottom
     
    Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - wire in hole at bottom
     
    Expired Credit Cards for Storing Earphones - wire at plug end tucked under one wrap
     
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July 19, 20171 found this helpful

Brilliant! Those old cards are also great for cleaning counter tops (for those of us who bake and roll out dough) and - if caught without a windshield scraper in winter - do a good job of clearing ice from car windows.

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July 24, 20171 found this helpful

I would only do this with a gift card or prepaid debit card, not an expired one from an active account or one with my name on it. People with ill intent find ways to use credit card numbers without needing the 3 digit number on the back.

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Otherwise it's a great idea!

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