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  • Bernadette Barry

    cool vinyl record clock

  • Jillian Lambert

    Jazzy upcycling project This is cool!

  • Katherine Turnbull

    cut out record clock. very rad.

  • Rachel

    Recycling Ideas: Bedroom Crafts | Global Cool.

  • Charlotte Grant

    In my opinion I think this clock is a really impressive idea and is very appealing. It is very detailed and I love the idea of reusing an old record, I will take this into account when designing my clock and may use a similar idea of reusing a product.

  • Dena Yemini

    Amazing! I'll pin this to my Art board as well!

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