how to make butterfly vinyl records I AM doing this -I have so many old records! Wonder what else these could be made into?

how to make butterfly vinyl records I AM doing this -I have so many old records! Wonder what else these could be made into?

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I made this by painting with acrylic paints on an old vinyl record and then melting the record into a record bowl. My bowls are finished with a shiny enamel that brings out the vibrant colors. The bowls look beautiful on tables and are amazing as wall hangings! It’s hard to believe they were once sp…

Painted Vinyl Record Bowl

I made this by painting with acrylic paints on an old vinyl record and then melting the record into a record bowl. My bowls are finished with a shiny enamel that brings out the vibrant colors. The bowls look beautiful on tables and are amazing as wall hangings! It’s hard to believe they were once sp…

Bowls/planters made from vinyl albums- I thought this was interesting, you can find old records for cheap at garage sales and thrift stores all the time.

Bowls/planters made from vinyl albums- I thought this was interesting, you can find old records for cheap at garage sales and thrift stores all the time.

One day when I really know what I'm doing I will put all those old vinyl records to good use!

One day when I really know what I'm doing I will put all those old vinyl records to good use!

Repurposing Vinyl Records | http://www.heartsandsharts.com/repurposing-vinyl-records/

Repurposing Vinyl Records

Repurposing Vinyl Records | http://www.heartsandsharts.com/repurposing-vinyl-records/

Make your own guitar picks from old vinyl records! 1. Supplies: A vinyl record, scissors, sandpaper and an oven. 2. Put the vinyl inside the oven (at 190º F / 90º C) for five minutes. 3. Cut out your pick while record is still warm. 4. Use the sandpaper to smooth the edges of the pick.

Make your own guitar picks from old vinyl records! 1. Supplies: A vinyl record, scissors, sandpaper and an oven. 2. Put the vinyl inside the oven (at 190º F / 90º C) for five minutes. 3. Cut out your pick while record is still warm. 4. Use the sandpaper to smooth the edges of the pick.

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