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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Completed Projects / Re: the melted bead bowl on: September 28, 2007 03:13:49 PM
I read this whole thread and had many a good giggle   Cheesy   thanks for the fun read!

and yes, I'm inspired to try melting stuff too.  I keep thinking of mixing the beads with other plastics, like those "bulbs" from Lite-Brite sets or the little plastic grains that come in those melt-it-yourself stained glass ornament kits....

or Legos, we've got TONS of Legos around the house and my son is showing signs of being too "cool" for Lego now. 

has any one experimented with mixing different types of plastics stuff?  even soda bottles cut into bits or Huh?

the mind boggles...

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