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    cheap plastic beads, thin layer in pan. 400 degrees for about 20 min. When cool just invert, fall right out

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    • Karina	Rossell

      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

    • Jo-Ann Gigliotti

      Melted bead suncatchers - HOME SWEET HOME - one layer of cheap plastic beads in cake pan or ceramic dish. 20 minutes in 400 degree oven. Once cooled, pop out, drill hole, hang with string, ribbon, or wire for a beautiful sun catcher.

    • jasmin piedra

      Melted bead sun catchers. Melted the beads in a metal cake pan and some ceramic dishes. Drill a hole in them and hang them on fishing line. #diy #crafts

    • Annmarie Crump

      *Layer cheap plastic beads in cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Let cool & then flip them out. Drill a hole in it to make it a sun catcher. (I think the cheap beads are pony beads)

    • Monica

      Melted bead suncatchers *Layer cheap plastic beads in cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Let cool & then flip them out. Drill a hole in it to make it a sun catcher.

    • Melissa Beavers

      Melted bead suncatchers - Melted bead sun catchers: melt thin layer of plastic beads in a cake pan @ 400 degrees for about 20 min. Let cool before handling.

    • Wholesome Yum (by Maya Krampf)

      Another pinner said: "Melted bead suncatchers - Layer cheap plastic beads in cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Let cool & then flip them out. Drill a hole in it to make it a sun catcher." /// Another idea: Use as a stand for candles or other decorations!

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