How to Make a “Wine Bottle Chalkboard Menu” | The Daily Dish....idea for decoration! but instead of writing on the bottle after the pain dries, write on bottle with hot glue gun before painting.
glue gun mason jars--write on the jar using a glue gun, once dry spray paint in your choice of color -
painting the inside of jars to make them more colorful!
Use a Low Temperature Hot Glue Gun to Make Snowflakes on your Windows!
Take old wine bottles, use hot glue gun to write & then spray paint over it.
make these hearts with hot glue gun glue swiggles and attach to winds? Or just use in place of bows on gifts or gift bags!
Perfect Wedding Flowers Like the Mason Jars but transform them into glamorous vases with a glue gun, pearls and other goodies! I Love This Idea!
Before you paint your nails, smear Elmer's Glue around your finger nail.... Let them glue dry, then paint your nails.... Do crazy designs
Wow! Wall art by Olefir Design. Something similar to this can be made by gluing silk flowers to a canvas and spray painting it white. You can also draw out designs around the flowers with glue before painting.
So smart! She shows how to use a Low Temperature Hot Glue Gun to Make Snowflakes on your Windows! It's so easy!
Make plain placemats more decorative by gluing on borders of pink ribbons or braid. Use a washable fabric glue for the job, applying thin
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I want to make something like this, but cover them in dr seuss fabric, and then use fabric paint to write on t he letters of his name
Matchbook Mints: These are super easy to make. You can churn out a bunch in a short time and they’re easy on the wallet! Simply cut out a rectangular piece of fun card stock or scrapbook paper, score it, fold it and staple the individually wrapped mints inside. Use them as party favors or write names and table numbers on them to double as seating cards. You could also add quotes or a special message from the couple just by running the paper through the printer before you cut them out.
buy rhinestones from Michael's or Hobby Lobby, glue them with a hot glue gun or gorilla glue and voila!
And then Satan said, "Make them write a synopsis."
buy rhinestones from Michaels or Hobby Lobby, glue them with a hot glue gun or gorilla glue and voila!
Make your own Garden Whimsies using permanent exterior silicone caulking to glue them together - use discarded dishes, etc....this site has
Curtain Rod Frame Display (with some of my fav Chas pics!). Materials: curtain rod ($4 at Christmas Tree Shop), 3 frames (Dollar Tree), ribbon, hot glue gun, 6 thumbtacks. Cut your ribbon into strips and glue the loose ends together, then glue them on to the back of your frames. I reinforced mine with thumbtacks through the wood. Then loop the ribbons through the curtain rod and your frames will be hanging. Use more ribbon- I chose white to blend in with the walls- to hang the rod on some nails. Make sure you measure everything for symmetry!