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Video: Giving old vinyl records a fashionable new life.
Taking old scratched records from a friend in the UK and asking “What can I do with these?” ended up changing both the fate of the records and the fate of Emily Livingston’s career.
Letting her imagination take flight, Emily turned what were destined for the garbage bin into one-of-a-kind purses and clutches.
She suggests everyone follow her example and keep a “creative box.” Every time you feel wary about throwing something out, don’t. Keep it and see what you can make with it, she says.
Check out Emily Livingston’s work at iKillVinyl.com.
Emily shares insight into her creative process from the November 2009 Make It! Vancouver craft fair.
Video by Becky Gavigan, BeckyGavigan.com