DIY Sun catchers by Melody Twombly - Musely
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DIY Sun catchers

posted in DIY & Crafts
11/22/2013
  • Put an embroidery hoop in a cake pan lined with foil, then start adding plastic beads
    Put an embroidery hoop in a cake pan lined with foil, then start adding plastic beads
  • You can do random colors (like my 3 year old did)...
    You can do random colors (like my 3 year old did)...
  • Or do a pattern.
    Or do a pattern.
  • When you've got it how you want, put it on a grill set to high (do this outside! The fumes are toxic & they stink!)
    When you've got it how you want, put it on a grill set to high (do this outside! The fumes are toxic & they stink!)
  • Check on them regularly, when they all look melted pull it off the fire, let it cool, then peel it off the foil & enjoy!
    Check on them regularly, when they all look melted pull it off the fire, let it cool, then peel it off the foil & enjoy!
  • Different patterns & types of beads give different effects (and yes the glow in the dark ones will still glow)
    Different patterns & types of beads give different effects (and yes the glow in the dark ones will still glow)
  • The ornament was made the same way but cooked in a metal cookie cutter instead of an embroidery hoop, then once it was cool we popped it out of the cookie cutter & drilled a hole so we could put it on our tree
    The ornament was made the same way but cooked in a metal cookie cutter instead of an embroidery hoop, then once it was cool we popped it out of the cookie cutter & drilled a hole so we could put it on our tree
  • By tracing my daughters hand onto the foil with a marker we where able to make hand print turkeys
    By tracing my daughters hand onto the foil with a marker we where able to make hand print turkeys

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