making melted plastic bead bowls ... the one in the picture can be used for a bird bath or feeder

How to Melt Plastic Beads Into Bowls

A Mobile from Melted Plastic Bead Suncatchers

A Mobile from Melted Plastic Bead Suncatchers

Ellie and I made the Melted bead suncathers but the melting plastic smell is horrible, even when we did it outside on the grill. Plus i was paranoid about bpa, so we won't be doing this. It turned out OK. not as cute as it showed here for some reason.

As you can tell, this is one of my favorite crafting sites to get step-by-step instructions on how to make things. Here's a cute melted bead bowl.

Melted Bead Bowl

As you can tell, this is one of my favorite crafting sites to get step-by-step instructions on how to make things. Here's a cute melted bead bowl.

Melted Bead Sun catcher- or an ornament for your tree?  Pony beads melted inside a metal cookie cutter.  Cute

Melted Bead Sun Catcher

Melted Plastic Beads - Vase. Melt beads in the shape of a disk first (30-40 min. in oven at 400 degrees) Then drape over can or vase until melted again (5-10 min) read blog page 3 for marbeling affect.

Melted Plastic Beads - Vase. Melt beads in the shape of a disk first (30-40 min. in oven at 400 degrees) Then drape over can or vase until melted again (5-10 min) read blog page 3 for marbeling affect.

Melting Plastic Beads in Oven | One Crafty Mama!: Melted Bead Suncatcher tutorial.....Melting Beads ... Melt your choice of colored beads in a metal cookie cutter placed on a cookie sheet or cake pan and when cool, wrap with wire and add metal beads, charms etc. to make a beautiful stained glass pendant ;)

Melting Plastic Beads in Oven | One Crafty Mama!: Melted Bead Suncatcher tutorial.....Melting Beads ... Melt your choice of colored beads in a metal cookie cutter placed on a cookie sheet or cake pan and when cool, wrap with wire and add metal beads, charms etc. to make a beautiful stained glass pendant ;)

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