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Don’t throw out that old credit card, debit card or gift card — make something with it. CreditCards.com’s Cynthia Drake shows you how to make earrings, a bracelet and a guitar pick and a decorative pin out of those old pieces of plastic.

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Don’t throw out that old credit card, debit card or gift card — make something with it. CreditCards.com’s Cynthia Drake shows you how to make earrings, a bracelet and a guitar pick and a decorative pin out of those old pieces of plastic. It’s easy.

 

 

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