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 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…

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

DIY: Vinyl Record Bowl -- please consult me first before you start destroying any records. i would be more than happy to take them off of your hands :)

DIY: Rockin' Vinyl Record Bowl

DIY: Vinyl Record Bowl -- please consult me first before you start destroying any records.

CD bowls - picture how-to; really clever!

Fab spin-off from record bowls! CD bowls - picture how-to; really clever!

This is my favorite! Get a record that isnt worth much, melt it in the oven and shape it to your liking! Makes great for holding bobby pins, headbands,and makeup, ect.

Melting a Vinyl Record into a Bowl

Melted Vinyl Bowl Record This is so cool. I wish I still had some records!

A thrifty recycled project is to make a vinyl record into a bowl. Its easy and simple to do. You can store anything in them like fruit, candy,...

How To Make A Vinyl Record Bowl

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.

DIY- Record Bowls...We actually did this! Put a record on top of a can of vegetables in the sun, and let the sun 'melt' the record naturally. Looked better than these in the picture. Mine were nice and billowy. Used them for chips and popcorn, or crackers, etc.

Record bowls- did these lastnight! So easy at 300 degrees and molded it around the outside of a bowl

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.

DIY - How to melt records in the oven and turn them into bowls.  Pictures and tips to making great looking bowls from old records.  200 degrees, 5 minutes, craft, easy, glass bowl, make, make a bowl, melt, melt records in oven, melting records, project, sag, salvation army, shape, touch

How to Melt Records in the Oven (time, long, heat, temp, set oven) to make different shaped bowls!

A record bowl is a classic project where you can reuse an outdated item: a vinyl record. With CDs even on their way out it's safe to say that many records can be safely molded into something new without the world losing any of its music.

Record Bowls

OH my goodness, a vinyl fruit bowl (or any other use you come up with!

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