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YES Band Record Bowl Made From Vinyl Album: Music, Recycled

How can you save a damaged record album? Recycle it into a serving bowl! Don't worry, I only use unplayable records to turn into useful serving pieces. This bowl is made from a warped copy of "Tales From Topographic Oceans" by Yes. The label has graphics by artist Roger Dean (who designed many Yes album covers) which makes for a particularly nice bowl! It measures approximately 8-3/4 inches in diameter and 3-1/2 inches deep. There's a lot you can do with a record bowl, including:

--Use it as a candy dish or snack bowl
--Keep it on your desk to store rubber bands, paper clips or other small items
--Put it in your workshop to collect loose nails, screws and bits of hardware
--Make a special gift basket by filling it with goodies and wrapping it in cellophane with a nice ribbon

Labels are laminated to avoid staining and crumbs won't fall through the hole. With a record bowl you get a real conversation piece while helping the environment by recycling!

Bowl is 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.

Please visit my shop for more music-related items! craftysueshop.etsy.com

YES Band Record Bowl Made From Vinyl Album: Music Recycled

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: vinyl record album, plastic laminate
  • Feedback: 337 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
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