A cool idea to repurpose a record is to make it into a record bowl. Instead of those records sitting around collecting dust they now become useful.

How To Make A Vinyl Record Bowl

WORKED GREAT Convection oven 185 for minutes. A cool idea to repurpose a record is to make it into a record bowl. Instead of those records sitting around collecting dust they now become useful.

A few people have asked how one goes about making record bowls.This is how I do it. Cheers!  PS: Idiot that I am, I forgot to say how long you leave it in. Honestly, it’s about 5 minutes if that. Depends on how thick your vinyl is. Just check up on it now and then. It’s safe to touch as soon as it comes out, and it’ll firm up in a few minutes.

A few people have asked how one goes about making record bowls. This is how I do it. PS: Idiot that I am, I forgot to say how long you leave it in. Honestly, it’s about 5 minutes if that. Depends on how thick your vinyl is. Just check up on.

DIY Record Bowls. The DIY bowl from a record is a definite oldie-but-goodie craft project. These make great inexpensive party decor, take like 4 minutes to make, and cost 10 cents each.  Learn how to make a record bowl after the jump...How to Make Record Bowls1.  Gather some records you never want to listen to again.  Place one record on top of a ceramic (oven-safe) bowl.

The DIY bowl from a record is a definite oldie-but-goodie craft project. These make great inexpensive party decor, take like 4 minutes to make, and cost 10 cents each. Learn how to make a record bowl after the jump.

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ReFab Diaries: Repurpose: The Vinyl Bowl . Can put letter beads in it or pipe cleaners and beads for phoneme seg

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How to DIY your own vinyl record bowl

After reading other people’s tutorials on making vinyl record bowls and realizing how stinkin’ easy it was we had to go for it! We’re vinyl record collectors and had a few records…

Vinyl record with coloured pencil.                                     Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

Circular sheet of heavy weight acetate and colored sharpies. Heat in hot water to soften then place over a wooden peg form.

Art Week 2015 has come and gone.  As always, it is a hectic, but rewarding week where the students get a chance to work 2 artists a day ...

Art Week 2015 has come and gone. As always, it is a hectic, but rewarding week where the students get a chance to work 2 artists a day .

DIY: Vinyl Record Bowl -- please consult me first before you start destroying any records. i would be more than happy to take them off of your hands :)

DIY: Rockin' Vinyl Record Bowl

DIY: Vinyl Record Bowl I want to try this, except I'd like it smoother and less wavy. Maybe we'll have to see how vinyl melts.

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