DIY masquerade mask made from tulle and Puffy fabric paint. Paint is traced over design template covered with plastic cling wrap and tulle. Excess tulle is cut away when paint is dry. Same principle could be used to make custom lace for clothing embellishments or crafts.
a typical cake pan (but after melting beads I wouldn't use it for food). I got this one at the dollar store. Arrange pony beads in one layer lining the bottom. Bake it at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Be sure to ventilate because it stinks while they're melting. Once it cools, the melted mass just pops right out.
World's easiest silicone mold. You will need: water blue dish-soap (any brand seems to work) silicone caulking (do not buy quick set silicone, you need 100% silicone) bowl caulking gun something you want to make a mold of. scissors/knife masking tape - to patch holes in your positive, if necessary.