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flea markets man…
way to waste and destroy the best msic format ever. Records are for listening, not eating out of.
my dad has a whole wall of records, he even has the beatles buture albulm!
vinyl records never die!!!!
My hearth hurts. There are MUCH proper things to do with a record!
This is SO wrong!
That 200 degree rule scares me too much to even try this. I don't trust my oven, but this looks pretty damn cool :p
this is destroying music.
I have around 2-3,000 antique player piano rolls, and every time I see someone online making paper crafts out of them it's a bit sad. Know what you mean.
GUYS! You can pick up old, warped, scratched, and generally abused vinyl records at a flea market or thrift store and do this. The idea isn't to destroy an awesome record…
that girl is cute…. just saying…
aww man, i thought this had to do wit weeed:(
i have hard days night stored in the loft
@supersamo95 i actually listen to it now
no no no no no no no no no never ever do this. Vinyl is a beautiful thing and should be handle with care!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NEVER DO THIS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EVER give them to someone who will love and care for them. give them to a charity shop anything but this. thank you for reading this 🙂
Oh crap! I just used the 4th ever copy made of the Beatles White Album to do this! I guess I should have watched the entire video first 🙁
@faithycoins haha likely
@PsytheWickedOne i could care less if a million people make a million barbra streisand records into bowls!
@BlueBajs not if its a stupid lp that was massed produced. there's a lot of garbage out there.
and now try to turn bowl lp,s back to it,s original shape.
NEVER DESTROY A VINYL!!!
Who would want to melt an LP????
This is making me sad just watching it. They're killing the record!!!!!!
The only good part of this was the fact about the Beatles at the end.
That better be a Barry Manilow LP!!!!! Melt it Mandy!
@tokobot This made me sad. That better have been a Barry Manilow record.
you should know that heating vinyl releases dioxins (even at a low temp, if it's hot enough to melt it its hot enough to release toxins) , which cause cancer and other serious health issues. The dioxins will be baked into your oven and can leech into food next time you cook with it. please avoid melting vinyl, or at least use a oven you don't cook food in.
Why ruin a perfectly good record? If you don't like the music sell it to someone who will…
:o( save the record!
@LizzytheRhetoric Unless its porcelain or glass or any other material that can fall off your counter and break into shards that land in your salad you made for later and then you accidentally eat it because its flavorless and blends in with your lovely salad. Then you've basically got glass floating around in your organs.
What about white vinyls?
@PaNdAbEaR618100 We make a white vinyl pellet compound that is formed into LPs by the folks at Rainbo Records – Rimtec 4752-4 White vinyl. It is tin-stabilized and doesn't use lead as a head stabilizer. I still would only eat wrapped candy or other wrapped items put into a formed bowl made from it. I hope this helps answer your question!
Aww if it were a rebecca black album I would make a bowl haha
It's wrapped candy. They just said "Fill it with WRAPPED candy, or fruit you PEEL." It looks cool…but I wouldn't do it either.
@mi6thebeatles why? since the beatles used to be so popular there were millions of thier albums made, and making them almost worthless unless its some sort banned art work like the butcher cover or a limited early pressing.
@mi6thebeatles EVER. NEVER EVER EVER!
my disabled brother made me these and I use them for nicknacks and keys by the door
If its toxic id rather stay alive……..
Toxic fumes, how wonderful.
I died a little inside, when I saw this.
Lmfao when they said 'plus it has a hole in the bottom' I laughed sooo hard
@Kath666 I understand the sentiment, but think of all the records that are too scratched up to play… this keeps them around for sentimental reasons, and makes a cool conversation piece!
That lady is pretty and the Beatles are the best!
I did about 4 of these last night. The vinyls were either scratched or just plain shitty that every goodwill in the world has. Does this mean I'm going to die with the fumes? Will my oven have fumes inside of it?? Please help me!!
i have 10 copies of "soulja boy tell em" singles, got em for free. now i have ten bowls.
why are you watching this video then…
thats the most terrible looking bowl I've ever seen
I wonder if it still plays afterwards?
the editing is so goddamn awful…why
A long playing fruit bowl eh?……….like the Ford Model T, any colour you like as long as it's…well, black.
oh my god I am so doing this if one of my records break!
Women 😐 !!!!!! Lol
1 question…who the fuck has a vinyl and doesnt know the artist??!
the fourth copy was actually owned by one of the Beatles
how to go from girlfriend to ex girlfriend in under ten minutes
GIVE THEM TO MEEEEE…please
how about you keep them and go to the local thrift shop and buy a shit record and don't destroy Pink Floyd vinyl
I'll take the Darkside of the Moon please 🙂
everyone's comments about ruining music is legit if you're using a decent album for this but i have made some of these bowls in the past and you just go to Value Village or Salvation Army and buy a crap record to use for it! Something like a Christmas album or someone you've never heard of that's on sale, etc.
I know somebody who owns a copy of The Beetles' White Album signed by John Lennon. The number on it is really high though so unfortunately its not worth £29,000.
I know this comment is kind of irrelevant but I just thought I'd mention it.
I have already done the simple baking oven way but I wonder how to get the vinyl plain (!) and waveless (!) as shown in the picture here: lockengeloet. com/plattenteller-p-51.html
ANY IDEA would be much much appreciated!!
WHAT A CRIME!!! Music on vynil is ART!
You can't hug a download!
How dear you vinyl is epic
Don't do it again on a Sgt. Pepper vinyl. 🙁
NO!! You monsters!
Y U NO.
"How to Kill Your Vinyl Records if Your Crosley Hasn't Done so Already."
I just ordered 5000 Justin beiber albums. Now what the fuck do I put in the bowls???
lol who just throws there lp's in the garbage after they listen to it…..
In 2009, I followed the steps and researched to see if the album was rare, and it wasn't rare, but now 5 years later, the album is rare! Thanks Howcast, I just lost out on a $5 million dollar deal for a rare vinyl album, but at least I have a nifty bowl with a hole in it.
My intention was to make a serving bowl. Now my life is over.
I made some of these years ago. Good to know the temperature restriction since I can't recall what I set it at back then. I like using the very old, thick vinyl records. Mostly scratched up ones from my massive collection of classical music. Thanks!
Thanks for your video ! 🙂 It gave me inspiration.
why destroy a vinyl record ? geez you people really are stupid
well said joey baseball
This video hurts a little bit.
Cool instructional video. Tried it out today after sadly receiving a record with a broken "corner". I'll get a new intact one but still better to use it as a bowl than to throw away a record, which would hurt me a lot.
or just buy a regular bowl?
Should i do this too my 200 dollar massacre vinyl?
"Hey son have you seen my copy of dark side of the moon anywhere? I can't find it anywhere, hey by the way . What's cooking ? "
Or you could've given it to me?
Vinyl starts releasing toxic fumes at 60°C or 140°F and above. Just saying. Don't say I didn't warn you.
for all you ppl out there who think it's a waste of a vinyl, lots of vinyls get destroyed, beyond use, so these people just did two great things 1) recycle, which is great for out earth, and more ppl should recycle, and 2) made a cool bowl, AND saved them from being thrown away. I hope a brought a better light on the situation!
You guys are the skum of the earth.
OH MY GOD NO…………………………………………………….
With plans from Stodoys you can make it really easy.
The girl doing the video looks like a freak yum yum
How to make a bowl that has a chance of killing you while you make it or whilst using it, yummy!
1:25 Whats the point of destroying a record, even a damaged one, and turning into an ugly bowl, if it isn't even gonna be a fully functional bowl.
Imagine risking poisoning yourself just to have a tacky bowl
Hi guys I just made a bunch with my kids then read up on how they are pretty much the most toxic plastic on the planet when heated!!! We have been scrubbing our oven and everything used but still concerned. Please read up before melting.
‘Heating vinyl records, as with making record bowls and cuffs, releases phthalates and dioxin, which are known carcinogens. Heating polyvinyl chloride releases gas which can leave a permanent residue on the interior of ovens this is done in. This should not be done in any oven used for food preparation. (And probably not at all.) How many people are making things in this method who own their own separate oven for toxic crafts? How many are in rental units where you’re leaving carcinogenic coatings in the oven where the next tenants prepare their food? Or where you prepare your family’s food?
You should go to woodprix if you'd like to make it yourself guys.
Please change the title How To Turn Your Least Favorite Vinyls Such As, Just Biebs and More into a bowl
this is super toxic please dont do it
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