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    • Grace Mckay

      Crafty Soccer Mom: Recycled Plastic Beads. Strips from a 2 liter bottle, colored with sharpie, wrapped around pliers ( color side in) and heated with heat gun. Original also says a hair dryer will work.

    • Jill Ness

      Crafty Soccer Mom: Recycled Plastic Beads using two liter soda pop bottles, Sharpie markers & a heat gun

    • Allison Reed

      Crafty Soccer Mom: Recycled Plastic Beads made at home from 2-liter soda bottles

    • jones valt

      Crafty Soccer Mom: Recycled Plastic Beads from plastic bottles

    • Jon Baldry

      Crafty Soccer Mom: Recycled Plastic Beads

    • Cindy Fujioka


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