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Glue rope to your used coffee cans! Cheap, chic organizing.

Touch the Sky | Audrey Pettit's Weblog

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simple! layer cheap plastic beads in ramekins or cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 for 20 minutes. let cool & then just flip them out. you can drill a hole in it to make it a suncatcher.

Melted bead suncatchers - HOME SWEET HOME

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  • Marilynn Spencer

    So cool Thanks

  • Pat Geurtze

    I would make these if I could do this on the barbecue grill outdoors. Has anyone tried it?

  • Julie Trezise

    Great idea, thanks

  • Kristin R

    Are we sure there are no toxic fumes? That would definitely dampen the fun!

  • Margaret Rose Realy, Obl. OSB

    The smell of melting plastic will be irritating to those with asthma or COPD. The fumes are not supposed to be toxic until there is smoke. With this craft...open windows and turn on vent fans!

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I like this....Glue Gun, Scissors, River Rocks at the dollar Store! and Shelf Liner (or mat) in a matching color

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handmade from Daphne,作品……_来自seprana的图片分享-堆糖网

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flippy floppys- so cute!!

  • Nancy Plum

    Must try these

  • Sarah Javid

    love them! quick question would you have to sew around every,bead and shell or just the first one?

  • Lynn Thiessen

    Since I am temporally challenged......I reach for easier options like "switch flops by Lindsay Phillips....she does all the sewing and I just do the switching.....change your ornament, not your sole.

  • Elaine Fagerburg

    i think you have to sew around every bead and shell. i just glued mine on, and most of them fell off

  • Sharon Reese

    Fantastic idea!

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hmm no directions but could figure this out.