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  • Robyn Singer

    Melted bead sun catchers. *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 suncatcher.

  • InThe Future

    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 suggest using pony beads and making it two layers of beads thick. We did one layer and it turned out fine, it just feels a bit breakable. Either way, this turned out great!

  • Lindsay Larkin

    simple! layer cheap plastic beads in cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 for 20 minutes. Let cool & then just flip them out. Drill a hole in it to make it a suncatcher. (I think I can modify this and melt beads in a muffin tin to make it classroom friendly).

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