How durable to weather are the old CDs?
I have this idea in my head, and I've saved a big stack of CDs to use with it.
I saw old 78 records glued to a wall as if they were fish scales. They were of course BLACK and didn't have the fascinating colors of the used CDs we get in the mail or from our failures with recording on our computers. You can only use so many coasters!!!
These would overlap nicely and look similar to the Painted Lady Victorian homes of San Francisco's Telegraph Hill. How neat if they could survive for a couple of years all nice and shiny, then take on new life with a paint job!!!
I also thought about hanging them in an outdoor tree for Christmas ornaments, a small hole drilled in the edge to put an ornament hanger through, or to put on a bare limb using the large center hole.
Architecturally speaking, I'd like to see them used on a wall of an outdoor shower like fish scale shingles. Or on a doghouse to make it tres chic. LOL
Any one else have any ideas, or done any research on durability of these things? They are definitely here to stay!!