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.

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.

A cool idea to repurpose a record is to make it into a record bowl. Instead of those records sitting around collecting dust they now become useful.

How To Make A Vinyl Record Bowl

WORKED GREAT Convection oven 185 for minutes. A cool idea to repurpose a record is to make it into a record bowl. Instead of those records sitting around collecting dust they now become useful.

melted record bowlTO DO: Take record, place in oven that is at 150F (on a glass or metal bowl)..watch for the 15 secs it takes to "flop"...remove from oven, quickly "mold" into into the shape you want. Voila...SAVE $50 from this site!! I made 80 of these as centerpieces for my wedding...cost me NOTHING!

melted record bowl: Take record, place in oven that is at (on a glass or metal bowl).watch for the 15 secs it takes to "flop".remove from oven, quickly "mold" into into the shape you want with a bowl.

A few people have asked how one goes about making record bowls.This is how I do it. Cheers!  PS: Idiot that I am, I forgot to say how long you leave it in. Honestly, it’s about 5 minutes if that. Depends on how thick your vinyl is. Just check up on it now and then. It’s safe to touch as soon as it comes out, and it’ll firm up in a few minutes.

A few people have asked how one goes about making record bowls. PS: Idiot that I am, I forgot to say how long you leave it in. Honestly, it’s about 5 minutes if that. Depends on how thick your vinyl is. Just check up on.

how neat is this... record on bowl + oven + pinching = record bowl... I want to try this!

The DIY bowl from a record is a definite oldie-but-goodie craft project. I made some for Erin’s Prom Night Birthday Party so I thought why not share the details in case you ha…

I'm newly obsessed with making things out of vinyl records--I made an amazing bowl the other day. This is my new project!

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How to make bowls out of vinyl-records. Put the oven on 100 degrees celsius, put the record on top of another bowl (which should be upside down) and keep it in there for about 5 minutes. Take it out, put it in another (or the same) bowl, and make the shape you want. Cool it down, and there you go! However, you should not keep food thats not wrapped in it.

How To: Make a Vinyl Bowl

The Record Bowl - two records fused together, one is rounded for the bowl and the other is used to make the legs.

The Record Bowl

If you are looking for something to do with all those old records…here’s what one designer came up with. A vinyl fruit bowl made of recycled discs. Each one uses a different record; One record is the top and

I made this by painting with acrylic paints on an old vinyl record and then melting the record into a record bowl. My bowls are finished with a shiny enamel that brings out the vibrant colors. The bowls look beautiful on tables and are amazing as wall hangings! It’s hard to believe they were once sp…

Painted Vinyl Record Bowl

Vinyl record reboot - From Recycle Art created by painting with acrylic paints on an old vinyl record and then melting the record into a record bowl, finally finished with a shiny enamel that brings out the vibrant colors.

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Art Week 2015 has come and gone. As always, it is a hectic, but rewarding week where the students get a chance to work 2 artists a day .

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