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Old records

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How to Make a Purse From Old Vinyl Record Albums 33 LPs | eHow.com

Vinyl record album purses are the newest craft that teens want to make and carry. If you do not happen to have any old 33 LPs lying around your home, they are inexpensive at garage sales and flea markets. Be the first at your school to carry one of these fashionable vinyl record purses.

Discos de rock que no deben faltarte | eHow en Español

En 1951, en Cleveland el disc jockey (DJ) Alan Freed estaba dando vueltas cantando "Mi nena me vuelve loco con un movimiento permanente" cuando acuñó el término "rock and roll". A partir de ese momento, nació el rock and roll como género musical, así como un estilo icónico. La moda siempre ha sido una ...

Repurpose old vinyl records as wall art, snack bowls & more imaginative items.

I know many people out there will consider upcycling perfectly good vinyl records and modifying them into house planters and snack bowls as blasphemous, but the…

Sewing gift ideas, your need: fabric, thread, pattern on the photo, a couple of lines or hands or a sewing machine | diy sewing projects #diyhandbag #Eco-Friendly

Soon the season of gifts, and the best gifts is given with soul or the own hands. homemade gifts and diy gifts for friends

Old music box Wood Print

Old music box wood print by Jorgo Photography. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).

A new study says music taste is shaped more by broader cultural norms and codes than our own specific melodic preferences.

A new study says music taste is shaped more by broader cultural norms and codes than our own specific melodic preferences.