May 5, 2011

Girl, Put Your Records On...LITERALLY!

Fireflies and Jellybeans is hosting an Iron Crafter Challenge this week.  The secret ingredient to use is anything vinyl.  I liked the idea of using old records.  My first thought was to melt and reshape them, but that thought soon left.  The next thought was to make a purse out of them.  But, that thought left my mind also.  Come to think of it, a lot of thoughts leave my mind....but that's a different story!  Anyway, the thought that actually stuck was to make a funky belt to wear.  So, this is my entry...I used old 45's, vinyl fabric, and silver brads.  It took a bit of figuring, okay, maybe a lot of figuring, but I'm happy with the way it turned out.    I hope you enjoy it.











To see a tutorial on how it was made, click here.



9 comments:

  1. I love it! It's very hip! The metal brads really give it an edge. Awesome job! I'm going to check out your tutorial now. :o)

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  2. This is wonderful, thank you for stopping by! I looked at your dress form....Amazing! The thought process to gather your supplies and put it together, unbelievable!

    Carol

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  3. It‘s so nice that I found your blog about your link at Finding Fabulous. Of course I’ve scrolled a little and like what I see. Now I’m your new follower! ;)

    Take care
    Tine

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  4. awesome what a beautiful look come visit me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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  5. I am impressed! Great idea and fun way to create with vinyl! New follower!
    Holly
    504 Main

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  6. Very nice! I never would have thought of it!

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  7. Love this! What an incredibly creative and funky project! You got my vote for the Iron Crafter. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. You made the top 5 at The Iron Crafter! Congrats!

    http://firefliesandjellybeans.blogspot.com/2008/05/iron-crafter-vinyl-top-5.html

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  9. This is the coolest! How incredibly creative! :)
    ~Jen

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate the feedback and always look forward to reading what you have to say! Susan