1. DIY vinyl record clock

Transform a vinyl record into a stylish wall clock using acrylic pour painting. Mix acrylic paint with a pouring medium and pour it over the record to create a unique background. Let it dry and seal with a clear spray sealant.

Label the clock face with numerals using a paint marker or stickers. Widen the center hole in the record to fit the clock mechanism, then install the clock movement kit. Place the clock hands and insert a battery. Hang the clock using the built-in fixture.

Repurposing old vinyl records into functional art is a fun and inexpensive DIY project that adds a touch of history to your home decor. Get tutorial here

2. Melted vinyl record decor

Upcycling vinyl records into creative and functional items like snack bowls, plant holders, and bookends are a great way to repurpose them.

Heat the vinyl records to shape them around existing objects like bowls or plant holders. Use caution and ensure good ventilation when working with hot vinyl records. Remember to only use the snack bowls for cold snacks to avoid any potential chemical leakage.

These upcycled vinyl creations make for unique and impressive home decor. Get tutorial here

3. Mindful mandala art

Transforming old vinyl records into mindful mandala art is a creative and therapeutic project. Using acrylic paint pens, create patterns and designs starting from the center and radiating outward. Utilize the grooves of the record as guides for spacing and balance.

Painting to favorite music enhances the mindful experience. Finish the edges and fill in any gaps with additional details. This process of creating mindful mandala art brings joy and mental health benefits. Get tutorial here

4. DIY vinyl record bowls

Don't throw away old vinyl records that have lost their value or are worn out. Instead, repurpose them into vinyl record bowls. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees, place the record on an oven-safe bowl, wait for 5-10 minutes, remove it, and quickly shape it into a bowl.

You can use these bowls for treats or hang them on the wall as artwork, perfect for kids' rooms or themed spaces like man caves. Get tutorial here

5. Vinyl record side table

Holly found a cheap and ugly fur-covered stool for one dollar at a garage sale and decided to transform it into a stylish side table, perfect for small spaces. The padding and fur were removed, revealing a suitable base. Then, an old vinyl record was used as a funky tabletop. The result is so cute! Get tutorial here