heart pendant made from a tuna can and plastic melt beads from those make-your-own suncatcher kits great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Dollar Store Crafts » $5 and Under

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Think of all the different shapes and colors you could make!! The possibilities are endless! *Layer cheap plastic beads in cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Let cool & then flip them out. Drill a hole in it to make it a suncatcher great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Saw this on Pinterest - melt cheap plastic beads to make suncatchers - used muffin pans instead of cake pans - works beautifully! Thanks Pinterest! great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Cheap plastic beads baked in pans or ramekins for 20 min at 400 degrees. You can also line a pyrex bowl to make a plastic bowl. Drill a hole to hang. great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Pretty suncatchers made with plastic beads great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Suncatcher made with melted beads. I did this craft with Peyton, it was great for fine motor. I gave him a bowl full of beads and he picked them up and put them in the metal pie pans and muffin tins. Then just popped them in the oven and waited! He loved hearing the beads clank against the metal! great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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It's very easy and inexpensive to make your own suncatcher with melted plastic beads. My granddaughter and I made this one in only about two hours. The worst part was the smell of plastic while the beads were melting/cooking in the oven. If you're going to make this suncatcher, be sure to open all your windows and turn your fans on while the bea... great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Melting pony bead's, uh oh, Brenda may have to play! great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Use cheap plastic beads in the bottom of a cake pan. Melt at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Let cool then flip them out. Drill holes in them to hang them as suncatchers or put wooden dowls in them for a child's fun birthday party! great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Easy and Fun Suncatchers - good gifts from the kids - rainy day fun great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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melted bead sun catchers –

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Butterfly melted beads sun-catcher. Note glitter beads, transparent and pearl. great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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suncatchers..super easy. melt cheap plastic beads in cake pan at 400° for 20 minutes (no lining required) drill a hole and hang! great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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great craft idea for kids this summer. plastice beads in oven at 400 for 25 minutes. great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Make a bowl or tray by melting down spare plastic beads. (Outside in a toaster oven to prevent harmful fumes!) Tutorial from c0urt on Cut Out and Keep. great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Melted Bead Bowl

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Layer cheap plastic beads in ramekin or cake pan (no lining required) melt on 400 for 20 minutes. Let cool and flip them out. Drill a hole and run wire or ribbon thru and hang. Beautiful suncatcher great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Melted Pony Bead Suncatcher great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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suncatchers http://michelle-onecraftymama.blogspot.com/2009/11/melting-beadsits-oh-so-fun.html great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Take any beads of your choice and put them into a cake pan. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Once cool drill a hole and hang it up. great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Melted Pony Beads Suncatchers great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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suncatchers melt beads at 450 degrees for 20 minutes. I used cookie cutters for the design great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Sun-catchers made with plastic beads that we melted in a pie plate & muffin pans. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes or so. great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Melted Plastic Bead Suncatchers great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Micha Muses: Melted Plastic Bead Suncatchers

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Sun catchers...melt cheap plastic beads in cake pan at 400° for 15/20 minutes. Flip out and cool. Drill hole and hang. great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Making these suncatchers was one of my favorite activities - you'd add tiny plastic beads to each section and then melt them into "stained glass." Then you'd hang them in your window until the plastic started popping out (~ 3 days). great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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Second sun catcher I made by baking plastic beads in the oven! great summer project must try! :: ecrafty

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