14 fun credit card crafts -- from high art to kitsch
By Cynthia J. Drake
If the exploding popularity of do-it-yourself craft blogs and sites such as Etsy and Pinterest is any indication, the world is DIY-crazed, furiously crafting objets d'art out of anything we can get our hands on -- and the humble, utilitarian credit card is no exception.
Here is a glimpse of some of the crafts and products people are making with, for and about credit cards. Perhaps it'll inspire you to dig into your wallet and start whipping up your own original creation.
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