Despite the advent of digital music, some of us have a hard time letting go of vinyl records. That’s understandable. After all, they are such a huge part of our growing-up years. Plus, the covers are just too beautiful they actually double as works of art.
If you want to be able to listen to your vinyl records and, at the same time, put the covers up for display, this project is for you. It’s built in such a way that you get easy access to the record itself through a slot.
The cover sleeves could serve as wall decors. It has a minimalist design that most homeowners would appreciate.
- Clear plastic mount enables you to showcase your vinyl records without covering the artwork
- Two-in-one design allows you to hang your record albums on the wall or display them on a shelf - made in USA
- Aluminum brazing rod
- Aluminum channel
- Gas torch kit
- Cabinet saw
- Angle gauge
- Miter saw
- Orbital sander
- Eye protection
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Learn how to make this DIY vinyl record frame by watching the video below.