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103 Results for "hot glue"

Clamshell containers with colorful looms, Colorful weaving looms were used to cover a clamshell plastic container.  I used hot glue at different intervals pressing the loops on the container.

I took four loops of one color and made one long strand by knotting each loop to each other.   Then continued to the next color and did the same with four loops of that color. 

I left a little space at top so that the grass and the colorful eggs or any kind of  treats would be visible, Holiday Project
Christmas Wreath, All you need to do this project is last years Christmas bulbs/ornaments, a hot glue gun, last years garland, and a round green foam floral wreath (usually found at Dollar Tree or craft stores). For example, I used last years fruit shaped ornaments, gold/silver garland, small bulbs, and normal size bulbs. Glue the ornaments first. To fill in the spaces, cut a piece of garland and glue it the open space. I made this one for the  Kitchen wall. Total cost $1.00. Makes a great gift! Let me know how I did., Holiday Project
Valentine's Frame with felt pink and red roses, This colorful frame is a styrofoam base and then yarn with variegated shades of pink was wrapped around it.   Felt roses were made from pink and red and then glitter was applied to both the pink and red roses and hot glued to the frame.  A piece of cardboard to the back with a piece of pink cardstock that a photo can be displayed or the backing can be removed and it can  displayed on a wall as a Valentine's Day wreath., Holiday Project
Weaved Colorful Planters  , These colorful planters would bright any porch, patio or balcony with their pastel hues of green, pink and blues.   The base inside is a empty milk jug that was cut in half under the handle leaving 6 inches of the container left.   

Then the weaved paper was applied with hot glued and the weaved paper grid was applied to the plastic container all around.  The bottoms of the containers had different colors of pastel paper.

 They would be great for any silk flower arrangement as well.  Just put floral foam and moss inside and give as a present. 

, Home Decor Project
ReInventing 1920's Lamps, I started with some 1920's crystal table lamps that were not working and needed some TLC.  I redesigned them to take on a modern edge while holding onto their history and elegance.  I got them working and found lamp shades.  They are silver when the lamps are off and purple when on.  I added black beading to bring in more of the Hollywood Chic meets today look I am going for in my bedroom.  These are inspiration pieces., Home Decor Project
Padded "Dream" Journal, A padded "Dream" journal made from a blank hard cover book, with crushed velvet, ribbons, embellishments and charms., Gift Ideas Project

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