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Music, Recycled Vinyl Album
What can you do with damaged record albums? Turn them into serving bowls! Don't worry, I use only unplayable records to recycled into useful serving pieces. This bowl was made from a warped copy of "The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle" by Bruce Springsteen. It measures about 8-3/4 inches in diameter and 3-1/2 inches deep and has a red Columbia Records label. There's a lot you can do with a record bowl including:
--Use it as a candy dish or snack bowl
--Put it on your desk to keep paper clips and other small items
--Keep it in your workshop to collect nails, screws and other bits of hardware
--Make a unique gift basket by filling it with goodies and wrapping it in cellophane with a nice ribbon
Labels on both sides are laminated so they won't stain and crumbs won't fall through the hole. With a record bowl you get a real conversation piece while helping the environment by recycling. Keep the music alive in a fun and functional way!
Record bowls are best cleaned with a damp sponge (obviously, keep it away from the dishwasher and the microwave, or you will end up with some sort of modern art.) Not recommended for liquids, wet foods or hot foods. Many other artists are available; contact me to see if I have your favorite.
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