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Vinyl Record Wall Art

When I think back on my childhood, the vast majority of my memories involve music. We constantly had music playing in our house, and when it wasn’t from the record player, it was my dad singing and playing the guitar. Dave also grew up in a family that loved to sing and listen to music, so our kids are learning to appreciate a wide variety of music as well. {David’s Spotify playlist includes Blake Shelton, Lil Jon, Guns N’ Roses, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Phil Collins, Stevie Wonder and Simon & Garfunkel. So very proud.}

Make awesome new art for your walls out of some old vinyl records and some vintage sheet music!

But it was different when we were kids, because we always listened to records. Big, giant, vinyl records that could get scratched and broken and would skip and sound scratchy. But it was awesome.

I see old vinyl records in thrift stores and at garage sales all the time, and I always want to get them and make something, but I’m never sure what to do with them. Then the other day when I was looking at records at Goodwill, I thought, why not just put them up on the wall? The circle shape will look really cool, and I have always loved looking at the lines on the records.

Make awesome new art for your walls out of some old vinyl records and some vintage sheet music!

Head on over to Mom It Forward to see just how easy and inexpensive it was to make this great wall art!

Make awesome new art for your walls out of some old vinyl records and some vintage sheet music!

Did you listen to records when you were little, or are you too young to remember those?

 

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