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I am soooo trying this when I get home from Maui! Cool DIY Spider Jewelry For Halloween | Shelterness

FUN! We used to do this all the time in the 80's! Cut-hole graphic T (or sweat shirts too)

cd bowls / (There are more detailed directions in the tutorial. I will say from personal experience, DO the silver removal OUTSIDE!!! Deb_In_PA 21MAR12)

  • KitKat Ketchum

    Can the silver be left on the disc? What temp should the oven be on?

  • Paula Dannels

    On the website they scratch off the mirror stuff, and heat to 400F. I just wonder if you can do it with the silver on it. I like the silver.

  • Raphael Heidler

    How do you take the silver off?

  • Paula Dannels

    On the site they literally just scratch it off with something to scrape with.

  • Crazy Train

    how much of a bowl is this with a hole in the bottom?

decorative paper bowls using korean pear wrappers #ModernThanksgiving

Ruffled neck shirt tutorial by Life in a Shoe (

I'm doing one of these as a coffee table piece for the living room!!!!!

Shirt too short? Lengthen it. Great idea. Why have I never thought of this? ALL my shirts are too short!

  • Nikki Archer

    Great idea!

  • Amanda Farnsworth

    I think it would look better if the fabric were added to the bottom, making it look like an undershirt. The fabric added in the middle isn't very flattering.

Transform Basic Bowls into Pendant Lights (tip from MOB: use painter's tape over area you are drilling into to prevent cracking)

A few people have asked how one goes about making record bowls.This is how I do it. Cheers! PS: Idiot that I am, I forgot to say how long you leave it in. Honestly, it’s about 5 minutes if that. Depends on how thick your vinyl is. Just check up on it now and then. It’s safe to touch as soon as it comes out, and it’ll firm up in a few minutes.

fused glass, tutorial for a coral bowl. I've done glass masks this way but most of the glass slid off. It looks like the key is in the 2nd firing. Why couldn't I have thought of this!?!

  • Kacie McGee

    Can this be done in a regular ceramic kiln or do you need a special glass kiln?

  • Brazos Glassworks

    Need a special glass kiln, ceramic kiln tends to get too hot too fast, unless you can control the temp and you are not using a cone.

  • Jyl O'Neal

    Do you fire flat again after the step, "Add more strips", or is it done in a total of 2 firings?