Melting the beads in the oven is one of the funniest we've done in a long time. Inspired by the blog The Artful Parent , we test with other gems. Come along!
You need big plastic beads, type congo beads and parchment paper. We also used the clips and glue to attach our finished flowers on.
1. The principle is simple, the beads are placed close together on a baking sheet and bake in oven at 225 C for about 10 minutes. Unfortunately smell the beads really bad when they melt and it's certainly not very healthy to breathe in the fumes. We recommend full speed on the fan, open the window and the kids are in another room.
2nd The beads also melts at different rates, we noticed, for this reason a close eye on the oven all the time. We used beads of different quality and although most were amazing so we got some "whoops" ...
3rd Let your beautiful flowers cool thoroughly and fix them on such hairpins.
To melt beads in the oven is one of the funniest things we've done for a longtime. Today we're testing, inspired by the blog The Artful Parent , other kinds of beads. Check it out!
You'll need pony beads and baking paper. We also used hairclips and glue to attach our finished flowers.
1. The concept is simple, place the beads into close shapes on baking paper and bake in oven at 225 C/425 F for about 10 minutes. Unfortunately, the beads smell really bad When They melt and it's probably not very healthy to breathe in the fumes. We recommend full speed on the fan, open windows and kids into another room.
2nd The beads overpriced melts with different speed we noticed, so keep a close eye on the oven all the time. We used beads of different quality, and Although most turned out amazing we've got a few "oops" ...
3rd Let your beautiful flowers cool properly and attach them on for example hairpins.
Crafting together is fun. Here are simple fun crafts that do not require much knowledge, equipment or time. Crafts Company is comprised of Freya, who is 9 years old, and Freya's mother Karin, who is in his prime. Read more about us here.
Crafting together is fun. Here you find crafts That do note The require a lot of knowledge, equipment or time That both kids and parent will have great fun creating. We are Freya, 9 years old, and Freya's mom Karin who is in her prime and constantly Improving.
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- Recycling / Upcycling
- Books / Books
- Decoration / Decoration
- Party / Party
- Storage / Storage
- Celebrations / Holidays
- Christmas / Christmas
- Play Games / Games & Play
- Paper / Paper
- Pearls / Beads
- Passover / Easter
- Craft Company
- Jewellery / Jewelery
- Spray paint / Spray paint
- Fabric & Yarn / Fabric & Yarn
- Stars in origami / origami paper stars
- Advent Calendar / DIY Advent Calendar
- Party time - decorations
- Candy sushi / Candy sushi
- Cardboard Clock / DIY Cardboard Clock
- More melt beads / More melted beads
- Garland of hearts / DIY Paper heart garland
- Candle holder made of copper / DIY copper Candlestick
- Funnies hooks