Play it again, Sam
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I count myself fortunate in that as an impoverished student, I never acquired much in the way of vinyl records. When I could afford to buy music, CDs had become the norm. But if you have stacks of them, especially the warped and scratched variety, you might wish to turn them into jewelry. Make sure you first check you are not using highly sought after records which will fetch you money!
Eva K on Cut Out and Keep's Vinyl Record Cuff tutorial is a big hit. You can adorn the basic cuff in so many ways.

If you aren't into scissor cutting like for the above tutorial, try the Vinyl Record Bracelet video tutorial by Naughty Secretary Club's Jennifer Perkins. She just uses a guillotine style paper cutter. Her video is full of tips on how to make a simple charm adorned cuff.

Terri at the Batty Belfry blog, is the designer behind this vinyl record earrings tutorial. One record can certainly yield several charm and dangle shapes for earrings, bracelets and earrings if you care to cut them out!

 Non Jewelry
This awesome vinyl record bag tutorial is by Stacie G on Cut Out and Keep. It is nothing short of ingenious!  You can use it as a project bag for your jewelry supplies.

There are all sorts of vinyl bowls you can make too. But this clever inspirational vinyl record storage rack by MakeShopLive on etsy is excellent for not just knick-knacks but as a jewelry display.

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