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FUN FACT : The first record player was built in 1877, by Thomas Edison! The device name was a Phonograph which later fell under the profile – Record Player. This device was modified to improve quality and efficiency. It wasn’t until 1906, the Victrola model was made which is the most well known Record player to date. Record players were found in every home until the early 1970’s when the Cassette tape was the “must have” device!  

NOW LET’S GET TO THE FUN STUFF –

** Vinyl Records have had a sudden burst in popularity, but why? Although I would love to see record players come back to date I doubt that is the case. I began doing some research…

This is nothing new but collecting and decorating with vinyl records is trending once again! Here are some FUN ideas and “How-to” articles to keep up with the trend !

1.) Vinyl records – Custom Clock

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** Copy & paste link below into address bar for “How-to” instructions -Pinterest**                                http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-a-Custom-Vinyl-Record-Clock/step7/Cut-the-Vinyl/

2.) Vinyl Record- Desert Tray for your next party !

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Copy & paste link below into address bar for “How-to” Instructions! 

Bubby and Bean : Living Creatively: DIY Tutorial >>> Vintage Vinyl Record Dessert Stand

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3.) Vinyl Records – Record wall

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Copy & paste link below into address bar for “How-to” Instructions!

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http://lovegrowswild.com/2013/02/how-to-create-a-record-wall/

** YOU CAN PICK-UP YOUR RECORDS TODAY @ DEERFIELD THRIFT**


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Every year there is an increase of people jumping on bored with recycling. We encourage others and give a friendly reminder you can introduce fun ways to recycle.

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By: Erika Strassburg

2 thoughts on “Vinyl Records !

  1. A friend bought a whole lot of lp’s to use as placemats (covers) and use a record on each table as the centerpiece for her “1950’s Sock Hop” themed party – Everybody Loved Them & they took them home as favors!
    Can you think 1970’s?!
    Either way, Great Decor, much less expensive than party store decorations and we were able to find some kinda beat up ones so we didn’t ruin them, and paid even less so she saved more!

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