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Hair Flower, Record Jacket - Gay 90s, 4.5 inches, pin-up inspired -- repurposed, creative reuse, rock chick designs, humboldt made

Hair Flower, Record Jacket - Gay 90s, 4.5 inches, pin-up inspired -- repurposed, creative reuse, rock chick designs, humboldt made

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  • Materials: record jacket, vinyl record, hair clip, craft wire, flower tape, glitter, polyurethane sealer
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These flowers are 4.5" in diameter.

These flower hair clips are made from upcycled "Gay 90s" (that's 1890s, by the way) record jacket from Johnny O'Toole and His Naughty Naughty Band, and some of them have a vinyl record button in the center!

Some have clever bits of text from the record jacket, like "Were they really gay?" and "Naughty Naughty."

Each flower is mounted on a 2-ish inch double pronged hair clip, and finished off with a bit of glitter, to bring out the colors of the jacket art. I spray them all with a polyurethane sealer, so they're at least water resistant (though I'd avoid walking into any torrential downpours, if you want the clip to last).

Rock Chick Designs is located in Humboldt County, Calif. We create musically inspired jewelry and accessories out of mostly repurposed (reappreciated) items, from records to record jackets, instrument strings to cassette tape. When you buy from Rock Chick Designs, you're helping keep these items from either ending up in a landfill or collecting dust for eternity in the back of someone's garage.


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