I saw this little DIY  on  Style Me Pretty Home  , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and  satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't  exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin  tin,  I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan,  set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them  out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they…

I saw this little DIY on Style Me Pretty Home , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin tin, I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan, set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they…

These melted bead ornaments are SO BEAUTIFUL! And they're so easy to make with pony beads! You can hang them on the Christmas tree, or use suction cup hooks on the window to turn them into sun catchers.

These melted bead ornaments are SO BEAUTIFUL! And they're so easy to make with pony beads! You can hang them on the Christmas tree, or use suction cup hooks on the window to turn them into sun catchers.

Materials: 2 yards cord or ribbon of choice 1 lanyard hook 27 neon green pony beads 21 green pony beads 2 black pony beads

Materials: 2 yards cord or ribbon of choice 1 lanyard hook 27 neon green pony beads 21 green pony beads 2 black pony beads

Pattern. Oh @Isabelle Choi Choi Fanchiu Erratt and @Julia Erratt this brings back memories of Girl Scouts

Pattern. Oh @Isabelle Choi Choi Fanchiu Erratt and @Julia Erratt this brings back memories of Girl Scouts

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