Posts Tagged ‘glue’

CrafTATstic: Crafty Tattoos – Glue and Scissors

You know you like crafting when you have not one but two different kinds of glue tattooed on your arm! White glue, hot glue, and scissors make for a seriously crafty tat. Glittersniffer is one crafty bitch. Her tattoo says so! Do you have a crafty tattoo? Share it here at the following link and […]

How to Make Plastic Spoon Mirrors

In this episode of Craftster Quickies, kittykill teaches you to turn a plain round mirror into a fun spring flower using plastic spoons! Add a little color and spring to your home with this simple project!

Elmer’s Master Craftster Series – Round 2!

In this latest installment of our Master Craftsters series, five more talented Craftster members – Knickertwist, microjivvy, Mountains and Clouds, Phizzychick, and suereal – received thirteen different Elmer’s products. Here‘s a quick look at what they received and what they crafted!

Handmade Gift Ideas: River Rock Mat

Headed out today? Why not swing by the hardware store to get everything you need for this absolutely gorgeous river rock mat. The nature lovers on your list will thank you! You can see the full tutorial here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=37218.0 For more great gift ideas check out our specific gift guides or our full list of […]

Manic Monday: Ruby Slippers

I wasn’t able to sneak this into the Featured Projects this time around but I definitely wanted to give it some attention! A little fabric glue, tons of sequins and a fair chunk of time was all that was needed to make these Dorothy knock-offs. Katelouise spent about 9 hours and used 17 meters (55 […]

Glue Glorious Glue

The website ThisToThat.com is a non-commercial, unbiased guide to just about every kind of glue available. It was started in 1999 by a theater prop builder so I imagine this person has been through many trials and tribulations with glue! One of the coolest things about this site is the handy feature where you pick […]

Gluing Trick for Odd Shaped Things

The great thing about hot glue is that is dries or “sets” in a couple of seconds. As far as I know It’s the only glue that does this. So let’s say you need to glue one thing to another, and those two things are irregularly shaped. If you use glue that takes a half […]