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This rock n roll night light centerpiece made from repurposed cassette tapes is sure to set the mood at your party or just every day in your home.

"She's like a rainbow, coming colors in the air, oh, everywhere....she comes in colors"
-Rolling Stones

Light up any room with this totally unique and retro Cassette Tape Night Light Lamp.

8 Upcycled very rare blank cassette tapes and one CD handcrafted into a super fun rockin' retro night light holding 20 battery-operated multi-color mini LED lights. The very rare cassette tapes used have nothing printed on them, so it has a very sleek clean look. Most people do not realize the lamp is made from cassette tapes until they look closer or you tell them.

I take great pride in the construction of my Cassette Tape Lights. The idea came to me last year when someone purchased a Vinyl Record Clock from me for her unborn son's nursery. It was a retro themed nursery and I thought "wow, what could I make out of cassette tapes for a retro themed bedroom, nursery, or even a party?" My first thought "every baby's bedroom needs a night light!!!!" So I got out some of my old cassette tapes from the early 90's and started experimenting. And the Cassette Tape Night Light Lamp was born!

Ships out within 2 business days.
Within the U.S. via USPS priority mail (2-3 days delivery).

Cassette Tape MixTape Rainbow LED Night Light Mood Light Unique Retro Music Lover

$49.00

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cassette tapes, LED lights, CD
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 177 reviews
  • Favorited by: 237 people