reclaimed record pinwheels

by Christine Claringbold
Handmade
Recycled
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A New Spin on Records

Send your garden spinning with these colorful pinwheels handmade from reclaimed records. Featuring a beautiful mandala pattern based on Oriental art, these eye-catching pinwheels will add personality and punch to any garden. Handmade in Portland, Oregon by Christine Claringbold. Exclusively at UncommonGoods.

Stake included. Some easy assembly required. Instructions included.

Click here to view a video of reclaimed record pinwheels in action!

Please note, all colors have been discontinued. When they sell out, they will no longer be available. We apologize for any inconvenience.

  • details
Handmade
Recycled
Item ID
18918
Made from
metal, recycled records
Measurements
Pinwheel: 12" dia., Stake: 36" L
Notes
Don't expose to extremely hot temperatures. Keep in partial shade.
  • the maker

Christine Claringbold

Christine Claringbold, a native Oregonian, began painting in 1994, while living in Montana and awaiting the birth of her daughter, Tangereen Velveteen.

Needing a way to express her powerful emotions, she grabbed the first blank "canvas" she could find, which happened to be a vintage hardshell suitcase with the Greyhound tags still attached--it had accompanied her on many travels. The front panel of the suitcase soon became a wild exploration of color and pattern.

In the years since, Christine has continued to embrace the concept of using recycled and reclaimed materials as her canvases, including a box of old records donated by a friend of a friend. With records, Christine discovered her ability to create mandalas, and this has become the basis of her work.

Click here to see Christine on HGTV!

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