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    Melted bead suncatchers - single-layer plastic (pony) beads in old metal pans for about 20 minutes in 350-400 degree oven (open a window because of smell!) craft-ideas

    cook the beads in the oven on 400 degrees for about 25 to 30 minutes. Those directions were updated to use a gas grill outside or a toaster over outside

    First sun-catcher - SUMMER ACTIVITY! beads. You dump them into a round non-stick cake pan in a SINGLE layer, no greasing necessary and bake them in the oven on 400 for about 20 minutes.

    I adore this "trash"craft. See if you can guess what it is made from before you check it out.

    Pretty cool idea for a homemade suncatcher windchime...might have to try it.

    Melted bead suncatchers - Melted the beads in a metal cake pan and some ceramic dishes. Drilled a hole in them and strung them on fishing line.

    Main Street Quilt Pattern - That's a LOT of flying geese, but I like the movement of the pattern.

    Alcohol Ink stained glass. Another stormy day craft...

    fuse plastic grocery bags into sheets you can use. I saw this on the OPB Show Quilting Arts - where they decorate the bags and make it look like art for purses, quilts, etc. Beautiful!

    - Perler Bead Placemats Excellent. If the Perler Beads are still at the lake, I can do this with the kids on thanksgiving :)

    Melted Bead Sun Catchers #diy #crafts

    Make Your Own Wind Chimes! • Creative & Cool DIY Wind Chime Ideas & Tutorials! Lauren Geib now we know what to do with those snapple caps!

    Cover plastic cups in fabric and punch hole in top and attach to Christmas lights and hang. Super cute! :)

    Such a great upcycle project! Use old cake pans to make beautiful stepping stones for your lawn or garden!

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    Playhouse play rug! This would be SO cute for a little girls room or a play room!

    2 Ingredients - 2 Minutes To Make ~ DIY No Wax Candles (Burns up to 8 Hours)!