November 01, 2011

NES coin purse


NES coin purse



Hi again! Look at what I made yesterday.
I saw one of these on the internet, somewhere, some time ago (one of them was made with cassettes and it looked awesome), and I decided to make one.

I took an old broken NES controller that I had, cleaned it up (just a bit, it still looks dirty, haha) and then... magic! I'll be styling while I shop.

Here are some more photos:






29 comments:

  1. Esto es tan increíblemente awesome en tantos niveles diferentes.

    Solo digamos que, si no te conociera, y me fueras a pagar algo sacando dinero de tu monedero de control de NES, sabría en ese momento que he encontrado a mi compañera para toda la vida. :3

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  2. Very cool! I'm not at all creative.

    Love,
    Lola

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  3. cute, every gamer girl should get one of these

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  4. Clever. And a conversation starter.

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  5. ... That's flat out awesome. I wish I could feel okay with using that.

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  6. That is kick ass, I wish I had one. Too bad my MX518 wouldn't fit in my pocket, I would love to have a gaming mice wallet myself.

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  7. I have a friend that hordes stuff like that, I now have a reason to go though his boxes of wires and old computer junk (he says it is not 'junk')

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  8. LOL, I want one now, If you were asking what you can sell through internet, this thing is one of those.

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  9. Oooo... You could probably sell that for a decent amount online.

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  10. Loved the post. That really is awesome, you need to open a shop!! I love the NES pad, it is so iconic!!

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  11. I saw coin purse and a totally different image hit my head

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  12. That's awesome. I bet a lot of people ask about it.

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  13. That looks pretty cool but too bad no one will recognize that in my country as the NES was never released here. We got the Japanese version of the product though, and it's called the Nintendo Family Computer or FamiCom for short.

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  14. Very clever :D Ill have to sacrifice one of my old controllers to try this out!

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  15. It doesn't look dirty, it's just well played. You could probably get a good piece of change for those, you know.

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  16. you can put casetes in there :D

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  17. What. This is so cool. It reminds me of the very apt Gamecube lunchbox.

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  18. I want one. That takes me back to childhood :)

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  19. Dear Santa, this is what a want for Christmas.

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  20. thats awesome i want make one now to bad i don't have any of those controllers anymore. -_-

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  21. Really cool, I saw someone with a cassette version at the mall.

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