70s Birthday Party Disco Record Centerpiece That Is Oh So Groovy


Let’s travel back to the 70s and get groovy with this week’s 70s birthday party disco record centerpiece. The 70s was a great time with gogo boots, afros, tie-dye, and much more.  So let’s get started. For video instructions, check out the video tutorial at the end of this post!


Before we get started I want to share an awesome tip on how you can earn cash back with your online purchases for all the items you will need to complete this project!

As our saying goes “When Every Penny Counts, Count on Miss PlanIt.” Furthermore, we love to save money and get great deals. Prior to us purchasing anything online, we check out Ebates, find the store, click the current deal for that store and complete our purchase.

If you have never used Ebates, you are MISSING OUT. So for this project, you would go to Ebates.com, sign up, and then type in the store you plan to purchase from.

Consequently, when completing a purchase through Ebates you earn cash back that you can have mailed to you or sent via PayPal. Be sure to check it out! Click here to sign up for Ebates, and RIGHT NOW when you sign up, you will receive a $10 cash welcome bonus when you spend $25.00!

Since you were already going to complete your purchase online, why not get some cash back on things you already planned to purchase!

Let’s Get Started:

Click our affiliate links below to purchase the supplies needed for this project:

How To Make a 70s Birthday Party Disco Record Centerpiece


STEP 1: Cover the sides of your 12″ foam disc, 4″ foam disc, and your foam block with your berry matte 12×12″ scrapbook paper. Adhere the paper to all your foam with hot glue.


Attach Your Foam Block and 12″ Foam Disc Together

STEP 2: Hot glue your 3×4″ foam block to your 12″ foam disc. Now add hot glue to the center part of your 12″ vinyl record, not the vinyl part of your record. Next, attach your record to the top of your 12″ foam disc.

STEP 3: Apply mod podge to your 4 ” foam disc with your paint brush, then sprinkle on your pink glitter. Fill in any gaps with hot glue and add more pink glitter.

Musical Notes, Wooden Dowels, and Glitter

STEP 4: Take three musical wooden notes and attach them to a 1/4″ inch wood dowel with hot glue. Allow them to dry for 15 minutes. Once they are dry, add mod podge to your wooden notes and wooden dowel. Lastly, sprinkle on your pink glitter to 2 of your musical notes and 1 musical note with silver glitter.

STEP 5: Next apply black paint to another wooden dowel. Let it dry for about 15 to 20 minutes. Now hot glue it to your 45 record. Be sure to put the hot glue on the center of your record and not on the vinyl part of your record.

STEP 6: Attach 24 gauge silver floral wire to a wooden dowel. Curve the silver floral wire into a hook. Use additional floral wire to attach it to your wooden dowel. Add a little dab of hot glue to keep it all in place. Now cover it all with mod podge and silver glitter. Attach your silver ball to the hook

Create Your Jiving 70s Dancer Template

STEP 7: Print out a clip art of a 70s dancer to use as a template. Next cut out the clip art. Tape your dancer clip art to your black scrap book paper with masking tape and then cut around it. Once you are done, remove the clip art and masking tape. Paint a white circle on the earlobes of your paper doll. Now you have your paper doll!

Clip Art Dress and Go Go Boots to the Rescue

STEP 8: Find a clip art dress online and use that as a template for her dress. Take the clip art dress and place it on top of your tie dye paper. Trace around your dress on the backside of the tie dye paper.

STEP 9: To be sure the dress is shown on the front and back of your paper doll, take 2 pieces of tie dye paper and lay them one on top of each other face to face. Cut out both pieces and glue them to the front and back of your paper doll with a gluestick.

Next make her gogo boots by applying mod podge to the bottom part of your paper doll and sprinkle on your pink glitter.

THE FINAL STEP: Put Your 70s Birthday Party Centerpiece Together!

STEP 10: Hot glue your 4″ foam disc using hot glue to your 12″ record. Attach two of your 45 inch records to your 4″ foam disc. Now attach your dancer, disco ball, and musical notes.

I absolutely love how this 70s record birthday party centerpiece turned out! The outcome is amazing and will definitely add that extra special touch to any party!

Don’t forget to sign up for Ebates to earn cash back on your online purchases. Planning a party is expensive, our goal is to help you stay within your budget and make every penny count. Click here to sign up for Ebates, and RIGHT NOW when you sign up, you will receive a $10 cash welcome bonus when you spend $25.00!

If you like the outcome please subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more DIY Videos and follow us on Facebook and  Pinterest.

Need help with an upcoming project? Be sure to send us a project request!

“Remember When Every Penny Counts, Count on MissPlanIt”

Check out the video tutorial for the project below!




Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Social Media

New From Miss Planit

Get The Latest Updates

Subscribe To Our Weekly Newsletter

No spam, notifications only about new products, updates.
Quality & Tradition


Tall Rose Candlestick Wedding Centerpiece

Hi guys! Thanks for hanging out with me.   I can’t wait to show you…

DIY Elegant Brooch and Pearl Cascading Bridal Bouquet

The average cost to purchase a Pearl and Brooch Cascading Bridal Bouquet is about $250…

Dollar Tree Hula Hoop and Pool Noodle DIY Wedding Arch that is Absolutely Stunning

Using a $1 Hula Hoop and a $1 Pool Noodle from Dollar Tree to create…

Project Request

Fill out the form below, and we will be in touch shortly.