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The Upcycle Co.

These Harry Potter Goodies Are Made Of Upcycled Vinyl Records

Jayati posted on 20 September


For all the Potterheads out there {and the muggles too}, we have found the perfect Harry Potter-themed gifts from The Upcycle Co; an online brand that makes products by upcycling old vinyl records.

After All This Time? Always...

The Upcycling Co., based in Goregaon, is an online brand that creates beautiful home decor items out of old vinyl records. Their tag line is literally ‘we put the funk in junk’, and rightly so. Who thought old vinyl records could be turned into our favourite childhood stories? The Upcycling Co. did, and we’re grateful for the wonderful creations they have carved out of black plastic metal that is otherwise waste in the modern day.

The Upcycling Co. sources these waste vinyl records through either pan-Indian donations, or from the raddiwalas. Could we love them any more?

What We Love

We love the Harry Potter gift set begging us to put it in the cart and just checkout. It has everything, from the Hogwarts key crest keychain to the Elder Wand bookmark, and even a Dobby boomark {and carry it everywhere}. What’s more? It’s all on sale, so it’s super cheap right now.

Apart from this, their wall stickers collection is really funky as well {with some outrageous statements}; if you’re running out of gifting ideas, go here and shop this.

So, We're Saying...

Geek up and go for the Harry Potter goodies, as they sell out really quick on the website. We had our eyes on the bookmarks, especially the Elder Wand one {for the speels we use to conquer our books}, but it got sold out. Nevertheless, we love these products for the eclectic designs, and how sustainable and eco-friendly they are. We think Hermione would approve.

#LBBTip: They’ve also started designing products by upcycling used CDs, so do keep a watch out for the items.

Price: Harry Potter gift set for INR 750, Hogwarts key chain for INR 149, Harry Potter keyholder for INR 349

To buy the products, go here, and find them on Facebook here.