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{recycled: schallplattenschale}

recycled: record bowl from {nifty thrifty things}

Diese kleine Projekt hat richtig viel Spaß gemacht! Mein Mann ist ein totaler Schalplatten-Nerd und kam eines Tages zu mir, mit der Idee Schallplattenschalen zu machen. Also liegt mir dieses Projekt besonders am Herzen, da wir mal zusammen kreativ sein konnten. :)

Wir haben diese alten (und kostenlosen) Schallplatten in der Recyclingbörse gefunden und haben uns an die Arbeit gemacht:

recycled: record bowl from {nifty thrifty things}

Was man braucht:

  • eine alte Schallplatte
  • hitzebeständige Schüssel
  • Backblech
  • Topflappen oder Handschuhe
  • eine Backofen

recycled: record bowl from {nifty thrifty things}

Wie man's macht:

  1. Den Ofen auf 100°C vorheizen.
  2. Die hitzebeständige Schüssel verkehrtherum auf ein Backblech legen.
  3. Die Schallplatte mittig darauf platzieren.
  4. Die Ofentür schließen und zuschauen wie die Schalplatte anfängt ihre Form zu verlieren.
  5. Das Backblech heraus nehmen und mithilfe der Topflappen oder Handschuhe die Schalplatte um die Schüssel drücken.
  6. Die Schalplatte so lange festhalten bis sie erkaltet ist.
  7. Die Schallplatte kühlt recht schnell, also muss man schnell sein mit dem Formen. Wenn ihr noch nicht zufrieden mit der Form seid, einfach noch mal in den Ofen schieben und von vorn anfangen. :)

recycled: record bowl from {nifty thrifty things}

recycled: record bowl from {nifty thrifty things}

recycled: record bowl from {nifty thrifty things}

recycled: record bowl from {nifty thrifty things}

 

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18 Kommentare

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    Noemi Molnar
    Dienstag, der 22. Januar 2013 at 13:09

    Ohh, I’ve always wanted to make some of this great bowl, because I’ve got some records I don’t need (they’re from an old room where my boyfriend’s band plays music for practising – it used to be a club for maybe a group of teenagers, they left those records there and they’re totally unlistenable, because they were glued onto the walls…). Once I tried it with another technique (pouring boiling water on it and so on..), but it didn’t came out so beautiful, and it was difficult to do. I only didn’t tried the technique you used because I was afraid of making it in the oven… But, only a hundred degrees celsius, right? And there won’t be any problem. I think I’ll try again! :D

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      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Mittwoch, der 23. Januar 2013 at 21:16

      Ohh, thanks, Noemi! :)
      You should definitely give this a try! It’s such a fun & easy project!
      And yes, you should heat it up at 100°C, but watch it closely, so it doesn’t get too hot in the oven.
      Let me know how this turns out. :)
      XO! Vanessa

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    Anne @ Domesblissity
    Dienstag, der 22. Januar 2013 at 15:01

    Ohhhhh, my Beim Moselwein LP! I’ve been looking for that everywhere! (Sorry, couldn’t resist Vanessa.) That would be about the best thing you could do with that LP. Great idea!

    Anne xx

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      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Mittwoch, der 23. Januar 2013 at 21:18

      Hahaha, Anne! That what funny! :D
      That record really could only be saved by making a bowl out of it, hehe.
      Thanks for your sweet comment!
      I hope you’re doing well!
      Hugs, Vanessa

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    amy
    Dienstag, der 22. Januar 2013 at 15:04

    oh mausi, wenn DAS gerd nienstedt wüsste… *lach
    schön, euer gemeinschaftsprojekt!!!
    küsschen mama

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    Shelly
    Dienstag, der 22. Januar 2013 at 16:42

    This is so creative and cool looking. Doesn’t look too tough, either. I have to try!

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    Jessica@AKitchenAddiction
    Dienstag, der 22. Januar 2013 at 18:15

    What a great idea! Love it!

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    carolyn ~ homework
    Mittwoch, der 23. Januar 2013 at 03:13

    This is the coolest thing ever!! I love it.

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    Laurie @ House of 34
    Mittwoch, der 23. Januar 2013 at 21:49

    What a cool idea!!! Love Love Love it!

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    Sinea Pies
    Mittwoch, der 23. Januar 2013 at 21:57

    Oh, this post is going to be featured on my next Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop –January 30th. I LOVE this. When my son was little, his class in school did a similar thing with plastic drinking cups.l They took markers and made colorful designs on them. Melted them in the oven and poked a hole in the top. Christmas Ornaments! Beautiful. The fumes were a little much from the melting plastic. I imagine good ventilation is a must for your project as well. These bowls are lovely, Vanessa.

    Thanks for linking up on today’s hop, BTW. See you Sunday!
    Sinea

    • Antworten
      Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}
      Donnerstag, der 24. Januar 2013 at 20:42

      Yay! Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Sinea!
      The project with the melted plastic cups sounds great also! :)
      I hope you’re having a great week!
      xo! Vanessa

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    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile
    Donnerstag, der 31. Januar 2013 at 02:36

    Vanessa,
    What a fun idea! Thank you for sharing at Memories by the Mile.
    Hugs,
    Wanda Ann

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    Jan
    Freitag, der 1. Februar 2013 at 16:46

    I’m 62 and remember doing this w/my Dad as a child. This is
    the 1st time I’ve seen this done since the. LOVE the memoriies.
    Thank you. Will do this w/ my Grandchildren!

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