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  • Arlene Trejo

    Turning these bad boys into bowls/centerpieces for our reception. I want to get stickers to cover the titles so they can double as take home gifts.

  • ❤️ His Wifey ❤️ 💋

    45s vinyl records... and paper sleeves. I remember my parents having these!

  • MoonChildGypsy

    45s ~ old school style! =)

  • Deanne Laura Pool

    45 Vinyl Records (with paper sleeves). I loved to collect my favorite songs when I was a teenager, and I still have some of my old 45s. I can't play them but that's not the point -- the point is that they bring back such wonderful memories!:) ~DLP

  • Susan Patterson Brown

    45 records... we would put our names on the labels and take them to the "Sock-Hop" dances and everyone shared their favorite music.

  • Brenda Surratt Nyberg

    45s vinyl records and paper sleeves. There was a juke box where my mother worked and when they changed out the records she would bring the old ones home to me. Music was one of my means of escape as a child.

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