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How to Melt Plastic Beads Into Bowls

making melted plastic bead bowls ... the one in the picture can be used for a bird bath or feeder

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from The Artful Parent

A Mobile from Melted Plastic Bead Suncatchers

crea un móvil casero para niños con cuentas de plástico derretidas y moldes de galleta.

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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.

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Sun Catcher made by melting plastic beads

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sun catcher- just with cookie cutters and melting plastic beads!

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Make cute bowls, platters, coasters, sun catchers, etc by melting plastic beads in the oven. 375 degree oven for 25 minutes or until melted.

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Windchime doubles as a sun catcher made from melted plastic beads in a cupcake pan at 400 degrees. Drill a hole in each and tie together with string, fishing line, whatever. We used a recycled cd with holes drilled in it to put all together. Fast fun project to do with kids!

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Make suncatchers, lamp shades, christmas ornaments, etc out of melted pony beads. Melted beads = stain glass-esque lamp shade - HOME SWEET HOME Bake at 350 F degrees 10 to 15 minutes. Check the tray of beads in the oven, turn it around 180 degrees, and bake for 5 minutes more. Check again (some beads will melt quicker then others).

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How to Melt Pony Beads

How to Melt Plastic Beads

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DIY Melting plastic beads, not just for kids | learn how to make fabulous buttons and shawl pins for your knits | DiaryofaCreativeFanatic

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