Finally a practical use for all of those horrible vinyls we see at the antique stores (you know, the discs that no one really wanted to listen to in the 70s and 80s, let alone NOW). These would look really cool when the basement is redone.
Upcycled Vinyl Record Album Bookmark w/ tassel | Etsy
This is an upcycled bookmark made from an actual vinyl record album. Bookmarks come in two sizes (small and large) with a variety of tassel color options. Vinyl has been drilled with a grommet added. The small is roughly 4 3/4 inches long and the large is about 7 inches. Tassel options for this listing are "red", "light blue", "purple" or "gold'. A Fun & Functional Eco-Friendly gift perfect for any music lover! Please specify bookmark size and tassel color when ordering.
The Stone Roses Framed Original Album Covers
Ready to hang. Classic Iconic Stone Roses Real Record covers in a purpose made album frame of your choice.We only select the covers of the biggest selling artist from the UK charts, from Abba to Bowie or Led zeppelin to the Beatles, they are all here and as we stock 2,000 plus and growing we are always happy to invite requests. You can of course choose any sleeve you like and we will find it for you. It could be your favourite album, a classic piece of rock art, a cover from a cool film…
Before & After: The Change the Record Speaker
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy) British product designer Paul Cocksedge combines the material of yesterday’s audio with the popularity of today’s digital audio players, converting vinyl LPs into quite beautiful passive amplification accessories made through the simple process of shaping with heat…(Image credit: Apartment Therapy) Details from Paul Cocksedge: Old vinyl 12″ records are transformed through
I love finding crafty projects using vinyl records– from making a vinyl record purse or vinyl record bowls, I think those round slabs of plastic are incredibly fun to bend, mold, shape, and cut. About a week ago, I saw this incredible idea on Gemma’s blog about how to make a vinyl record notebook and I was so excited to make it. Now, while I love using records to make crafts, my boyfriend is a huge record hipster dork. 😉 (Hehe, sorry Sean!) I’m telling you– in the many years I’ve known this…
15 Rockin’ Projects that Repurpose Vinyl Records
Not everyone has the means to listen to records anymore, but that doesn’t mean they’re getting tossed by the wayside anytime soon. Records are timeless, and they’ll live on even after their musical purpose has come to an end. Merely hanging a record on your wall makes a hip decoration. But you can be more creative than that! Here are 15 other ways to amp up the cool in your home, at your party and even in your wardrobe.