Step 1: Supplies
8 Floppy Disks.
3 Black paper clips.
1 RCA logo print out.
Print out for the lid and inside cover optional
1 Cardboard for a work surface.
Step 2: Tools
Glue G and glue, the tiny one works best
Tweezers are helpful
Needle nose pliers
Flat sharp tool to pry the floppy disk apart
Step 3: Take Apart Floppy
One side of the floppy plastic that has the round bump.
One black tab.
One round black film disk with center metal piece.
Step 4: Print Out RCA Logo
Printed it out and cut it out into the shape that I wanted.
For the inside of the record player and the outside I printed from this link: http://www.zazzle.com/musical_timing_poster-228856842836436509 and Here:
Step 5: Glue Black Pegs
There will be a back side and a front side.
Glue the black pegs to the bottom of one of the floppy disks, let it cool slightly or it will melt the plastic.
These will be the feet for the record player.
Step 6: Glue Floppy Disks
You will use 5 full disk for the box and 1/2 disk for the record platform, this piece should have the bump.
Glue the dog onto the center of the 1/2 disk.
Step 7: Cut Black Tab
Glue it to the top back section of the record player as shown.
Glue the lid design on it if you like it. If you choose to make one of these with the lid that will open and close I would glue the design on it different than I did to make it realistic. I chose to do it this way so the design would not be seen upside down. I am referring to the heart shape on the back.
Step 8: Black Paper Clips
Bend the end slightly to shape the needle.
Step 9: Cut Handle
Glue the remaining 3 black pegs at each remaining corners. These will just be for looks.
Step 10: Bend Paper Clip
Bend one in the shape of a emblem as shown.
Glue the paper shapes to the front of the record player.
Glue the RCA logo on.
Place the record on the player.
You will need an extra set of hands for this part.
You will need to glue the handle to the back right corner and the second person will hold it so the needle is on the record player as if it is playing.
Glue the handle to the back right corner of the record player.
Step 11: Sunshiine's Final Thoughts
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