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

8 thoughts

  1. 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. This looks fabulous Flo!
    I wonder if Graham would notice if I started altering his huge collection of LPs?
    Hope you’re having a lovely weekend,
    Alison xxx


  3. 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


  4. 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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