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Credit card cutlery

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The Cooper Hewitt sells these little utensils from design Ineke Hans made from the shape of a credit card that you store in your wallet when not in use, might be a fun (re)make too… – [via] Link.

6 thoughts on “Credit card cutlery

  1. This is a great use for those fake plastic credit cards we get in the mail. And they’re a little thinner than normal credit cards, so it’ll help with the de-Kastanzation of my wallet.

  2. I got a couple of those ‘business card’ sized CDs at the last conference I attended… they are more the size of credit cards, so I assume the ‘business card’ aspect is what they’re used for. Anyway, the discs came in clear plastic (vinyl?) sleeves that would be perfect for keeping a set of utensils like that (unless you’re afraid of poisons leeching from the vinyl, if it is indeed PVC).

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