Recycle those plastic boxes! Did you know #6 plastic can be used for shrinky plastic? :: great recycling tip! endless possibilities to create all types of arts and crafts pieces.

Recycle those plastic boxes! Did you know #6 plastic can be used for shrinky plastic? :: great recycling tip! endless possibilities to create all types of arts and crafts pieces.

Plastic shopping bags are melted and molded into precious stones. The color, the texture... each stone is unique.    Group work by 4 designers: Annelies Vorsselmans, Josien Baetens,Tine Sibbens, Zhao Li.  The school project of Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp.    Material: Plastic, silver.

Plastic shopping bags are melted and molded into precious stones. The color, the texture... each stone is unique. Group work by 4 designers: Annelies Vorsselmans, Josien Baetens,Tine Sibbens, Zhao Li. The school project of Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Material: Plastic, silver.

batch of beads using various materials, Tyvek, sweetie wrappers, plastic bags, metallic fabrics that melted to a plastic texture and chiffons which distorted, wrapped in Madeira metallic thread

batch of beads using various materials, Tyvek, sweetie wrappers, plastic bags, metallic fabrics that melted to a plastic texture and chiffons which distorted, wrapped in Madeira metallic thread

This would make great mobile pieces! Dale Chihuly inspired art work for the kids.  Just used Sharpie markers to color or draw on Chinet clear plastic party cups.  Then melt in the oven 250 for 2-3 minutes to make the Chihuly shapes.

This would make great mobile pieces! Dale Chihuly inspired art work for the kids. Just used Sharpie markers to color or draw on Chinet clear plastic party cups. Then melt in the oven 250 for 2-3 minutes to make the Chihuly shapes.

Melted crayon art. So fun! All you need is a canvas, hot glue gun, crayons, and a hair dryer. Took about an hour to complete. It's a good inside project for a rainy day. Pick out what colors you want. Hot glue the crayons onto the top of the canvas. Make sure when melting them to cover the floor and walls with newspaper or plastic. Melt one section at a time with a hair dryer. Some colors melt faster than others. Go over certain colors more to make them melt further down the canvas.

Melted crayon art. So fun! All you need is a canvas, hot glue gun, crayons, and a hair dryer. Took about an hour to complete. It's a good inside project for a rainy day. Pick out what colors you want. Hot glue the crayons onto the top of the canvas. Make sure when melting them to cover the floor and walls with newspaper or plastic. Melt one section at a time with a hair dryer. Some colors melt faster than others. Go over certain colors more to make them melt further down the canvas.

Melted crayons art inspired by THON!  1. deco-page picture/tape on design  2. make sure picture is covered (i used a plastic lid)  3. hot glue crayons to canvas  4. use hair dryer to melt  5. hang it up to cherish forever <3

Melted crayons art inspired by THON! 1. deco-page picture/tape on design 2. make sure picture is covered (i used a plastic lid) 3. hot glue crayons to canvas 4. use hair dryer to melt 5. hang it up to cherish forever <3

Bubble wrap chocolate decorationCATEGORIES: chocolate, decoration  This simple chocolate decor is worthy of museum: for its elegance and visual oddity may well belong to a collection of modern art.    Even so, there is no more complication than melting chocolate and cover a piece of plastic bubble wrap with it (well clean). Let it set and voilà! A museum piece at your table.

Bubble wrap chocolate decorationCATEGORIES: chocolate, decoration This simple chocolate decor is worthy of museum: for its elegance and visual oddity may well belong to a collection of modern art. Even so, there is no more complication than melting chocolate and cover a piece of plastic bubble wrap with it (well clean). Let it set and voilà! A museum piece at your table.

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