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Bake marbles at 325/350 for 20 min. Put in ice water to make them crack on the inside. Glue end caps to them with starter rings to create pretty pendants!

Not as hard as you'd think... score with glass cutter, run under boiling water, then cool, then boiling. Repeat until the bottom cracks off.

gold sharpie, bake at 350 for 30 min and let cool in oven

gold sharpie, bake at 350 for 30 min and let cool in oven. Totally want to do this

1. Buy plates from Dollar Store 2. Write things with a Porcelain 150 Pen 3. Bake for 30 mins in the oven and it's permanent!

Baked marbles recipe #2: Put your clear marbles (It's useless to use solid colored ones. You can't see the cracks on the inside.) in a pie pan. Bake them in a preheated 500 degree (farenheit) oven for about 20 minutes. There's no need to go over 20 minutes, though it doesn't hurt them. I tried different times and any left in for over 20 minutes all look the same. Have a metal bowl with ice cold water ready. Remove your marbles and immediately dump them into the water. The marbles crack, you o...

Sharpie design on mug, 350 degree oven for 30 min....ladies' craft night??

(1) Buy plates from Dollar Store, (2) Write things with a Porcelain 150 Pen, (3) baked for 30 mins in the oven and it's permanent.

NEED THIS: Molds by UnaOdd-Lynn. Used a product called Knead-a-Mold, from Townsend Atelier. It creates a silicone rubber mold that sets in less than 10 minutes. The final mold can be used in the oven (for polymer) and is food safe as well. Polymer clay can be used in the molds. Most molds were made from plants in the garden.

Mod Podge. Love the stuff, but after a while it can get quite expensive. So for years now I’ve used Elmer's School Glue. I buy it by the gallon and make up the Mod Podge recipe as I need it in a mason jar. Just add half water, half Elmer's glue, replace the lid, shake it up and you’re ready to go. If you need it thicker, use less water! My preferred rate of dilution is 3/4 Glue, 1/4 water.