Nowadays CDs don’t really help much anymore. They end up taking extra space that would be otherwise used more effectively. I know it’s tough to force yourself to toss those old CDs you loved so much, but here’s what you can do with them.
You can turn your old CDs into stunning pieces for your wall art that will turn out looking fantastic.
To get started, you will need:
An old CD
Acrylic paint in a dark shade
A screw driver
Start by painting the metallic part of the CD with the darker paint of your choosing. Let it dry.
With the pencil, draw the design you want to put onto the CD.
For the reason that you won’t be able to see the pencil lines later, you don’t have to worry if you make a mistake.
After you’re glad with your design, use the tip of your screwdriver to cut off the paint where you made your pencil marks.
It will expose the shiny part of the CD that’s under the paint, which creates a really awesome effect
Once you’re finished, the CD looks wonderful.
You can try making different projects, and group them all together in a row to really dress up your walls.
It’s easiest to attach the CD to the wall using blue painter’s tape because it is strong sufficient to hold while not causing any harm to your wall paint.