Vinyl Record Bowls

I was feeling crafty awhile ago, and made a few bowls out of vinyl records. They were originally for a birthday gift for Brian, but I made a few more than that.

Vinyl Record Bowl

If you’d like to make these, here’s a “recipe” of sorts…

Go to the Dollar Store and buy two stainless steel mixing bowls, one larger than the other. Then go to a thrift store to buy your records. Pre-heat the oven at the lowest temperature, about 200 degrees. Place the small mixing bowl into the oven upside-down, and center the record over the bowl. Watch it carefully, and between 4-8 minutes, you’ll notice that the record starts to get floppy. Wait until it starts to fall onto the bowl, then remove the record (using oven mitts) and quickly place it into the larger bowl on the counter. You have about 10-15 seconds to mold the record into the shape that you want. Ditch the oven mitts while doing this, and just burn your fingers. You’ll live.

These bowls can be used to serve dry foods like nuts, chips, hard candy — but steer clear of any greasy foods.

Record Bowls

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3 Responses to Vinyl Record Bowls

  1. Kasey G. says:

    What a neat idea – would be a fun addition to your restaurant.

  2. shannon says:

    Brian doesn’t want to use them he loves them so much. He got mad when I put chips in them 🙂

  3. Emily says:

    Haha those are soo cool!!! How is the resturant coming along?

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