Recycle Pokemon cards!
I loved EyelashWishes's Poketar project, but I noticed that it didn't have a How-To (I think she meant to post it as a project, not a How-To), so I made one for everyone who isn't sure how to make it. =]
I made the guitar for a wall decoration using my brother's tiny acoustic guitar from when he was younger. It's basically worthless and he didn't want it anymore so I took it.
It's quite difficult to assign a time for this project, because I did it over a period of 3 months, due to the fact that you have to let each thing dry before proceeding, but the amount of time worked on it (excluding waiting) isn't very long.
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Make sure that the orientation of the guitar is right if you want to use it for playing. Mine is glued as if it is a left-handed guitar simply because I think it looks better like that on the wall. Start gluing the cards onto the guitar. I started in a spot where I could easily stick the cards without needing to cut them and knew exactly how they needed to be stuck.
Eventually you'll get to the part where you will have to cut the cards smaller. Apologise to your Pokemon cards and hope they will forgive you for what you are about to do to them..
Place the card in the exact spot where it must be stuck, and fold it along the edge where it must be cut. Then cut along the line so that it fits perfectly and glue it into place. Keep the parts you cut off! You will need some of them