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Plastic bead bowl

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

Bohemomma Adventures: #78 ~ Suncatchers From Melted Cheap Plastic Beads

Bohemomma Adventures: ~ Suncatchers From Melted Cheap Plastic Beads great summer project must try!

Ustensile recyclé en déco

Uses for incomplete forks and spoons - 25 DIY Ideas to Recycle Your Potential Garbage

Wat verschrikkelijk mooi om te maken,moet even uitzoeken hoe dat moet!Eerst de tekst maar even vertalen bij Google!

Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye. Or you could always just buy some skeleton leaves in craft shop;

Melted Perler Bead bowl

Bead bowls Items needed: Plastic hole beads (Perler is one brand) Oven safe bowls Cooking Oil (Chameleon Girls: CheeryO Bowls)

Leaves and a hammer. Oh my gosh...love this.

Layer leaves on watercolor paper with paper towels, hammer with cross peen hammer. (ball peen seems to smash the leaves too much) Build/Make/Craft/Bake: How-to: Hammered flower and leaf prints

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Melted Beads Bowls/Vessels, This is a 2 part process. melt beads in a round pan, then cover a bowl with foil and place melted disc over center and place back in oven and watch it melt into the shape of a bowl Soooo Cool!

DIY Perler beads bowls - LOVE cool colorful bowls to store little things and we need to use up our stock :).

DIY Melted Bead Bowls- coat oven safe bowl with cooking oil, press beads beads into bottom of bowl and going up sides in single layer, 350 degree oven for 15 minutes

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