You can easily turn any old, unwanted vinyl into a unique bowl!
How To Make Bowls Out Of Vinyl Records
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Get some cheap and useless vinyl records. Don't use anything that doesn't belong to you; instead, check out the local second hand store for cheap records.
Preheat your oven to around 200-250 degrees Fahrenheit (100-150 Celsius).
Place your record on the center of an upside down pot or metal bowl. Put this onto a baking sheet.
Put this into the oven. Keep a close watch because each vinyl starts to "flop" at a different time. It usually takes 4-8 minutes.
Take the whole thing out of the oven (wearing oven mitts, of course) once you notice some real "flopping" going on.
Put your record into another bowl and shape it around that, or you can hand mold it. Sometimes, you might like the way it looks right as you take it out of the oven; if so, skip the molding.
Let it cool for 10-15 minutes.
Flip it over.
Put your bowl to use!
Put the bowl and record in the oven and place a can on top of the record, in the center.
Watch closely as the record sinks into the bowl. If the sides fold over the glass bowl, then the can might not be heavy enough, or you need a larger glass bowl. If you don't want to start over, or if you simply want a deeper vinyl bowl, you can try pushing it down carefully.