This card didn't make the cut for Paper Crafts, but I still like it. I have a bunch of old 3.5 diskettes from the dinosaur age of computing. I popped open a diskette and found this round, black, shiny disc shape. Presumably, this is where the info is stored, but as I am an English major, I don't know, nor do I really care, especially since no one uses these anymore.
So, now they are craft items. I used the little circle to make my own mini record for this card. The record slides in and out of the sleeve I made with October Afternoon Cakewalk retro paper. The red cardstock circle is a punch and I used a regular hole punch to make the center. I used Hero Arts to stamp the sentiment and toothpicks and washi to make the flags. Fun! You can always add a greeting inside the card like "to an Oldie but a Goodie" or "to a Classic" or something similar.
If you have some old diskettes like I do, you could make some records for a layout about your fave songs as a kid, even if you didn't listen to these things called "records." ha!
Have a good Wednesday, it's a scorcher here today! Swimming pool is calling!