Altered Cassette tape cases
Hi everyone! I wanted to share with you my most recent Goodwill find. Every month, Goodwill has a 50% off day. I love this day! Well this...
Feeling My Age :: Speakers Corner
Photo: Music's usually depicted by images of musicians or musical instruments. But this sculpture at PPL's London offices takes a much more original approach.
Black Vinyl Record Pendant Light - Reused Plastic Industrial Ceiling Lamp
Black Vinyl Record Pendant Light: This listing is for the fixture to be wired directly into the ceiling, but you can add cord length and a plug for a wall outlet at the link below. It is your choice of metal finish and cord color. The fixture shade has an exposed record underside. Specifications:
Kare Records Coat Hook at Urban Outfitters - Retro to Go
If you happen to love vintage vinyl, then you might fancy the Kare Records Coat Hook in your hallway. The work of Hungarian homeward specialists Kare, the
20 Creative Ways to Reuse Vinyl Records and Tutorials
Click through to see them all!Click through to see them all!1. Vinyl Record Magazine HolderFind out more at Morena’s Corner2. Record Magazine RackHow to make a magazine holder out of vinyl records....Find out more at Mary’s Making3. Vinyl Record Guitar HolderFind out more at Roots and Wings Co.4. Vi…
Folded Vinyl Record Plant Pot By Oakdene Designs
These highly unique retro plant pots are made from folding unwanted vinly recordsEach plant pot is moulded by hand from a selection of old vinyl records. As a result no two pots are the same which really adds to their character and appearance. Old vinyl records make an ideal material for plant pots because they will not deteriorate over time. The hole in the centre of each record acts as a drainage hole at the bottom of each pot. Made from: Each pot is made from one un-wanted 12inch vinyl…
Vinyl Record Bookends
Vinyl Record Bookends: Why buy Urban Outfitters' vinyl bookends when you can make your own for free? They sell these bookends online for £20.00 but you can make your own in 5 minutes with little more than boiling water.
CD Art: I had a stack of old CDs lying around. For a long time I was planning to reuse them for a different purpose but I had no clue. Then one day while I was surfing on the internet I found an interesting idea to convert these in to great art work that...