Hey guys, help me answer some e-mail, will you? I have two readers here in need of their fellow geeks' input, and I bet between us we can come up with some good ideas for them.
Dilemma #1 comes from Casey:
Because I, like many great people in this world, am a total nerd, I am collecting Pokemon cards again. However, I'd rather not keep them in a box or a binder. I'm an adult now, so I gotta class it up a bit, you know?...[So] Here is my question to you, O Great Display-er of Nerd Memorabilia: How can I display my collection in an interesting and tasteful way? I don't want to just stick a bunch in a collage frame and call it a day. I want non-Pokemon fans to look at them and think, "Wow, those actually look pretty neat!"
My thoughts: Casey, if you're ok with destroying the cards (heh), then I'd recommend decoupaging a table top with them, or wallpapering an accent wall. You could also overlap them slightly on a canvas to create some cool wall art: maybe a big wreath/ring, or some neat pinwheel shapes?
Your turn: Let's assume Casey has a bunch of cards here. How would you display them?
Dilemma #2 come from Heather:
Today I went to help my grandma clean out her attic and we found a bunch of old knitting needles. We sorted them and, rather than throwing out all the unmatched ones, she gave them to me. Now, I don't knit, but I would really love to do something crafty with the needles. Any ideas? I'd like to do something a little more than just bending them round for bracelets, so if you've heard of anything, please let me know!
My thoughts: I have to say, bending knitting needles into bracelets actually sounds pretty darn cool! (Looks like crafters do this with plastic needles, too.) However, I can understand wanting something more unique. Hm. Well, if I had a lot of needles, I think I'd glue them all around a wooden cup or clear glass to make a funky bud vase. Then I'd tie a pretty polka-dotted accent ribbon around the middle to finish.
Your turn: I admit, my idea is kind of boring. So, what else could you do with a bunch of mismatched knitting needles?
Leave your advice for Heather and Casey in the comments! Then hopefully they'll let us know what they end up doing [hint hint].
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