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I did this as a kid at school as a gift for my Mom. We melted records, then we mod-podged squares of Christmas wrapping paper to them to make them little Chirstmas candy bowls. Now, I think it would be a terrible waste of an antique. I would never melt my vinyl!
vinyl records turned into butterflies... 1. get a design 2 Turn paper over to blank reverse side and completely shade the back with a china marker. 3. Tape the paper design down at the corners, china marker side down, onto the album. 4 Trace the design onto your paper with a pen or pencil using heavy pressure. 5 Retrace if needed 1 Turn burner to medium 3 hold the record a few inches over the flame and allow the heat to slightly soften the vinyl. 4 Use a sharp pair of scissors to cut
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.
Upcycled vinyl records! You can use the microfiche catalogue too to cut out butterfly and dragonfly etc! Out date floppy dish will be great too! For CD or DVD, you can saw the half shape and glue them together! Use colour paper, if you just need a quick deco in the Library!