It’ll Owl be right on the night – Recycled LP

Hi everyone

I hope you are all enjoying the weekend.

Thank you to everyone who left a comment on my last post and for those of you who hit the WP like button.  Always great to hear from you.

Today I would like to share with you a project I made using an old LP.

Flo Langley Owl Be Seeing You 001A1wmC

I sanded down and base coated the LP with Gesso and two coats of craft paint. I gave the painted LP a quick spritz of ink and let it run a little. I made the circles on the background, to give the impression of a night sky, using paint and some plastic bottle tops. I colored some white card stock (small pieces) using Distress Inks and then stamped my images on to these using Archival Ink. I cut all of the stamped pieces out and assembled them as above and attached them to the LP using silicon to make up the owl image.

Full details on how I made this project can be seen HERE.

Chocolate Baroque Stamps Used: New – Sketchy Doodle Flowers.

Thank you for looking.

Happy Crafting

Florence x


  1. Valerie

    Fab altered art Flo, colours are amazing and I keep expecting the owl’s eyes to revolve 😀 loved your last post too I’ve never see a steam punk owl before, he was ace! I hope that wasn’t an Elvis LP that you desecrated, oops sorry altered😂


  2. Shari T.

    What an amazing creation, Flo!! How clever to use an old vinyl record as your base!! It’s perfect for this wonderfully crafted owl!! Just Fabulous!! XOXO-Shari


  3. yellowtimer

    You are too good – I dont like you any more! Laughing!!! You know I have to say I LOVE everything you do, I have yet to visit and see something I dont like. You really are such a wonderful advert for Glenda and her products. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



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