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  • 9Gadget

    Punch guitar picks on the fly with this great guitar pick puncher #guitars #guitarpicks #coolgadgets

  • Christina Adamczak

    Credit Cards Into Guitar Picks - cool idea for my rock and roll Dad

  • Jenna McReynolds

    Take any old card and make it a brand new guitar pick!

  • Alysa Kramer

    The Pickmaster Plectrum Punch is the perfect accessory for guitar players. It’s essentially a rock-inspired hole puncher designed to turn old gift cards, ids, and credit cards into personalized strummers. $39 #upcycle GIFT IDEA!!! (in sing-song voice)

  • Cris Melissa San Juan

    credit cards turned to guitar picks diy idea

  • Debbi Hatcher Ray

    guitar picks from credit cards - can punch any shapes. We have tons of old borders gift cards.....

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Genius! Make your own guitar picks from your old credit cards.

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