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Christmas Wreath made from Recycled Computer Parts

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Louis Pelissier got into the holiday spirit maker-style by crafting this Christmas Wreath out of old computer parts. He spoke to Laura Cochrane at Make about the project:

It is made out of 15 memory chips from old computers. The bow is a red Cat5 network cable. Three old keyboards were used for the lettering (three Rs were needed). One keyboard was taken apart and the housing that holds the keys in place was cut to the number of letter spaces to hold the words “Merry Christmas” and 4 extra spaces for the wire ties.

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