making melted plastic bead bowls ... the one in the picture can be used for a bird bath or feeder
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Melted Plastic Beads - Vase. Melt beads in the shape of a disk first (30-40 min. in oven at 400 degrees) Then drape over can or vase until melted again (5-10 min) read blog page 3 for marbeling affect.

Melted Plastic Beads - Vase. Melt beads in the shape of a disk first (30-40 min. in oven at 400 degrees) Then drape over can or vase until melted again (5-10 min) read blog page 3 for marbeling affect.

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melt plastic beads  400 for 20 mins for bowls drape over bowl put in oven til it drops down forming bowl

melt plastic beads 400 for 20 mins for bowls drape over bowl put in oven til it drops down forming bowl

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Melted plastic bead suncatchers 1 layer of plastic beads in cake pan. A glass bead leaves a hole for hanging. 450◦F for 20 minutes (the bigger, more opaque beads can take longer). Open the windows to ventilate or bake in a closed gas grill outside. They'll just slip out when cool. Poke a paper clip through the bead before fully cooled to make sure the hole is open...made and photographed by Autumn Sproles

Melted plastic bead suncatchers 1 layer of plastic beads in cake pan. A glass bead leaves a hole for hanging. 450◦F for 20 minutes (the bigger, more opaque beads can take longer). Open the windows to ventilate or bake in a closed gas grill outside. They'll just slip out when cool. Poke a paper clip through the bead before fully cooled to make sure the hole is open...made and photographed by Autumn Sproles

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making melted plastic bead bowls ... the one in the picture can be used for a hanging fruit basket in your kitchen or for a bird bath or feeder.

making melted plastic bead bowls ... the one in the picture can be used for a hanging fruit basket in your kitchen or for a bird bath or feeder.

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