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First sun-catcher with clear plastic beads. Bake @ 400º for about 20 minutes

Bead-dazzle me a Sun-Catcher!

Bead sun catcher - Place plastic beads into a round non-stick cake pan in a SINGLE layer, no greasing necessary and bake them in the oven on 400 for about 20 minutes. Cookie cutter for cut out.


Melted bead suncatchers - cut a pattern into foil place in pan you are using to melt place beads on top put in oven and let melt over foil.

How easy is this?

She places glass gems in a yogurt lid. A few steps later? This window idea is gorgeous!



melted bead sun catchers – If you shape the muffing tins discs into a bow.... you could string them together to make a rain chain?

melted bead sun catchers –

When I saw this idea for melted bead suncatchers a few weeks ago at The Artful Parent , I put it right at the top of our "must do" list.  W...

Come Together Kids: Melted Bead Suncatchers Make them outside on the BBQ so you don& fill your kitchen with melting plastic smell.

How to make a sun catcher out of pony beads found at any craft store. Place the beads in a metal pie pan. The tighter the beads, the thicker the sun catcher. Bake @ 400 degrees for about 20 minutes . No need to grease pan...it will pop out by itself when it cools.  Drill a hole and run a cord through to hang or use suction cup to place on window. Nice gift!

sun catchers.

pony beads in ungreased metal pie pan. bake @ 400 for about 20 mins. drill hole to hang.

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Suncatcher craft for kids made from glue, food coloring, and recycled plastic lids BABBLE DABBLE DO fun kids crafts, kid ideas, kids diy ideas

Pony Bead Sun-catchers. Put a small rivet in so there is no need to drill a hole

Attempting Agape: Our Version of Melted Bead Sun-catchers great summer project must try!

I love projects as it is abundantly obvious now.  This is an easy one; put beads in pan and melt.  Send kids outside so I don’t zap their brain cells.  String with wire and be dazzled… …

DIY melted bead sun catcher

After melting beads, let them cool, then peel them out of their tin foil forms. using a cookie cuter, the cooled plastic popped right out of it. Wrap soft 24 gauge wire around. Try coordinating seed beads added to the wire.


Learn to make your own colorful bracelets of threads or yarn. As fun for beginners as it is to intermedates.

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