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12 Results for "hot glue"

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
Padded "Dream" Journal, A padded "Dream" journal made from a blank hard cover book, with crushed velvet, ribbons, embellishments and charms., Gift Ideas Project
Weaved Easter Baskets, This particular basket was weaved from different colored pastel printer paper.  I had pink, yellow, blue and green.   Made a grid with the main color and I interweaved with the other colors.  You can see the pink mat in one of the pictures.  One of the sides of the basket the main color is yellow.  I joined the sides with hot glue.  The bottom has another color.  
Ok....for the inside....just take a empty plastic gallon of milk  and cut all the way to halfway or you get 6" inches of plastic jug.  Cut out the spout and handle and make sure it's even all around.  Dont worry about the circular indentation that they have on the sides.  When you hot glue the weaved paper grid press it really good onto the milk jug and it will adhere.   For the handle I simply hole punched into the milk jug......NOT into paper.. for security reasons.  I twisted 3 pipe cleaners of different colors and when I threaded them through the holes of the milk jug I twisted the ends of the pipe cleaners., Holiday Project
Easter Bunny Centerpiece, I made this cute bunny cardboard template  and drew the features freehand I did that on both sides and painted the bunny with Tulip paints. 

 I had a square piece of styrofoam and a straw that I cut halfway.  I inserted the straw into the two pieces of the cardboard bunny and the styrofoam where I punch holed.  I hot glued the straw into the hole into the styrofoam.  

I took Easter grass and hot glue all around the styrofoam to look like grass.  You notice it looks like the bunny is on a hill.  My platter last year was too little....sooo, I improvised.  What better than a big pizza pan.  I had a big one  16".   I alternated pink and green Easter grass around the pan.  

The napkin holder is from lipton tea carton that I put my woven paper and hot glued around it.  Same as the salt and pepper shaker.  
, Holiday Project
My Spice Rack, This was a 2 day project with all measuring, cutting, painting, and coming up with the idea.  I am into recycling so I keep folded corrugated boxed on hand for crafts.  I used flaps from boxes in this particular craft.  All sides in this rack are no wider than 2 inches. The middle that holds the top shelf was another flap.  The pieces were hot glued together for sturdiness.  I sponged-painted the rack mainly red to match my kitchen and added brown paper to write names of the spices of each row. I put a chimney on the top and make a scalloped eaves with just red construction paper and the decorative sides of the house.  , Home Decor Project
Tie-dyed cuffs and matching holders, This was one of my favorite crafts to do and also I admit the most colorful also.  I tookd durable plastic containers for the cuffs and cut down to the size it wanted.  I tie-dyed strips of cotton material.  When they were dry I wrapped the material around the cuffs.   Then I hot glue denim material at the opening.  The same tie-dyed material were used for the holders.  They can be used for any of your fancy bangles, cuffs, or delicate bracelets. , Jewelry Project

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