Above you can see my 2 side pieces, 1 back board, 1 middle piece (which the record player will sit on) and 1 front piece with the middle cut out (which the speaker will sit behind). Middle Piece: Cover the top in light brown paper (no other area will be visible afterwards). For the records: Cut out a larger circle of dark brown paper and 2 smaller ones from light paper. Stand back and admire your work!… Continue until your record holder is completely filled with records. Glue your print onto a piece of mountboard, cut out and neatly glue onto a sheet of pale blue paper.
You make beautiful items, I first saw it on Pinterest and was in love with your tiny handmade things. I cut all pieces from mountboard, you can also use foamboard or wood, whatever works best for you. Now cover both side pieces with light blue paper on the outside and light brown paper on the inside.
Use a thin strip of paper to cover the sides of the cut-out area (which the speaker will sit behind). I thought it may be interesting to share the details with you, so that you too can learn from my mistakes.


From the mountboard you cut off thin stripes, roughly 1.5mm wide and as long as your piece of foamboard is wide.
The next bit is quite straightforward, it is easiest, if you use a computer drawing program, such as Adobe Illustrator, Freehand or Coral Draw.
I started by using chart hits from the era jukeboxes were mainly built, however, I soon realised that this was too detailed. The title strip is glued at an angle underneath and the record player is placed in the space underneath. Just cover the front and top of your jukebox with some mountboard and cover with pale blue paper. However, I felt that too much detail in the button area was distracting from the title strips.
Glue strips of pale blue paper on the top and both sides, hiding the white mountboard edges underneath. In my blog I feature mainly works created with paper, such as hand-made 3D illustrations, papercuts and paper products.
Glue a record in the middle of your square with a little space holder underneath – you could use a thick piece of paper for this. If you don’t have copper mesh to hand you could just draw some lines on the paper to indicate the speaker.


Stick a small circle of light brown paper in the middle of the record, where the opening is.
One to glue onto the front of the machine (where the little oval logo sits) and one above this (where the buttons will be).
Cut out 1 circle in cream paper, 1 slightly smaller one in pale blue paper, 1 small hoop in pink paper and a little star in light brown paper. As they are such a vital part of the machine I decided to find a different way to create this part. For the tone arm (the piece where the needle sits) you just cut a light blue piece of paper and glue it in place (putting a little space holder underneath).
Now make a few more, to create enough records to fill your holder plus one for the record player.



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