Creative Ways to Recycle Your Old Bingo Cards

Do you regularly go to bingo halls or play bingo games online? But what happens to your bingo cards after you use them for one round of bingo? Whether you printed, made or bought your cards, you can make use of it after a game. You just need to be creative in making the most out of the materials that you have at hand. Apart from making unique items, you can also give them as gifts to people who love the game as much as you do. Instead of shopping from eBay, you can create your own handmade gifts. Here are some of the things that you can make out of your used bingo cards.


Bingo Card Journal
Not only that a home-made journal can be a great gift for Bingo lovers in your life, it can also be a perfect project that you can do during your free time. Aside from your old bingo card, you can make use of small eyelets, stationery papers and cotton binding thread in making a functional writing journal.


Vintage Bingo Card Tags
Using an old bingo card that you printed from online bingo card generators like Bingo Baker or DLTK-Cards, you can easily make your own vintage bookmarks. You have to simply cut it in half and put a hole at the top part of the rectangular cut-out card, where you can tie a piece of yarn, sari ribbon or lace. It is up to you on how you want it to be uniquely decorated. This is a perfect token for parties.


Vintage Picture Frame
In making a vintage picture frame, you have to use vintage bingo cards, lace paper doilies, old buttons, a fabric glue—basically all the crafty things that you think can make your picture frame unique. You must also prepare a thick cardboard that can be used as the base of your picture frame.

Indeed, bingo is a card game that is fun to play and bingo cards are perfect materials that can be used in making extraordinary items. You can give them as a gift to your friend who is an avid fan of FoxyBingo games or you can keep it to yourself. Either way, these unique items are things that you can use for your daily activities.

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