How To Make An UpCycled CyberPunk Notebook #ArtTuesday
Upcycle your an old circuitboard into a cyberpunk notebook with this tutorial from Instructables
Make a cheap, nasty notebook into a desirable object by adding some worthless trash, in this case: an old piece of circuit board. It’s not hard, just follow the steps!
These circuit boards are found inside computers and laptops and they make a wonderful, versatile material once you get all the components off.
The notebook is really quite cheap. I got it for just one euro. The nicest things about this notebook are the fake leather spine and back cover, and the snap button. I have no idea how hard or easy it will be for you to find something
similar, but try your luck in dollar stores or your local equivalent.
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