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« on: December 01, 2006 04:26:04 AM »

Just wanted to provide an update on the Wilton Star and Tree forms. The forms survived the beaded madness and produced some pretty cool shapes.

When they popped out of the Silicon Bakeware they were hazy looking (not shiny and clear). So, whipping out the blowtorch, they polished right up.

The question is what to do with them. I'm thinking that we might drill holes in them and make them ornaments.

PinkyK has pictures, which she should post sometime today.

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EDIT:  Here's the pictures!!

Here is a shot of the molds I used:


Close up of the Christmas Trees


We then loaded them up with beads:


Then we put them in the oven to melt. We put them in the oven at 380 degrees for about an hour. Kappy and I are always talking about our fume prevention and ventilation system.  Here is a picture of it. Basically it is a little HEPA filter on our counter. We also run the vent fan on the stove on high. You really don't need the extra air filter. We just got nervous with a brand new baby puppy in the house so we took extra precautions.


Here they are out of the oven. You can tell they shrunk up quite a bit.


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« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2006 04:37:54 AM »

Woohoo... she better post pictures!

You could make...
  • ornaments
  • decorate wreaths with them
  • connect a bunch edge-to-edge and make a round "forest" effect for a candle holder (I'm gonna do this with some other shapes I have!)
  • sun catchers
  • attach a paper give tag in the center of one or use smaller beads to spell out names on the top and use them as gift tags
  • door hangers
  • wind chimes
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« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2006 06:45:34 AM »

Photos! (*moved to first post of thread)  Heck, this ALMOST qualifies as a tutorial!

I'll post the finished finished products when I get home. I THOUGHT I had brought some shots with me today but alas I did not. SO this will have to tide you over until later.

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« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2006 07:37:01 AM »

Ohhh...thank you for the pictures!!  They look awesome!!

OriginalYouth... the trays work!!  We must get some...we just must!

I'm baking this weekend - I can't wait.  Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: December 01, 2006 07:42:34 AM »

You can kind of see it in the photos but there are little drippy spikes on each of these. Look closely at the finished stars and you can see the spikey drips clinging to the wall of the mold..... We think a few minutes in the oven or a swipe with the blow torch will smooth those right out.

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« Reply #5 on: December 01, 2006 07:58:08 AM »

The drippy spikes do melt under the might of the Blowtorch. But, it's still a little goofy looking. I was thinking that the spikes might be Dremmel worthy.

I figure that I have a Blowtorch and Power Tools, might as well use them. (Insert Tim Allen Grunt Here)

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« Reply #6 on: December 01, 2006 11:06:46 AM »

Are those ikea ice cube trays?  What exactly are you making - like paperweights or onaments or something?  They don't look like they would make a bowl(okay, I am browsing through the recent pics/posts so I am sure I missed something here!)
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« Reply #7 on: December 01, 2006 11:09:02 AM »

I think they are silicone cup cake tins. Or muffin tins. I got them at Michaels in the cooking section. No IKEA here.  I think they will be Christmas ornaments.
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« Reply #8 on: December 01, 2006 11:43:16 AM »

The forms are actually Wilton Brand Silicon Molds:

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/department.cfm?id=FC91284C-423B-522D-FDF4D71B1AF79E1C&fid=FC91286B-423B-522D-F8BDFF8CC0846EFB

The individual molds are about 2 inches by 2 inches, and about 1 inch deep. As Sweets said in a previous post, these can be used for a number of purposes, from ornaments, decorations, or whatever your imagination desires.

The problem with using IKEA ice cube trays, is that it would probably melt under the heat of the oven.

Just thought I would chime in.

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P.S. Maybe this discussion should move over to the Melted Bead Craftalong.
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« Reply #9 on: December 01, 2006 04:14:55 PM »

Now the issue is how do we hang them? If they are going to be ornaments what would be the best way to attach something with which to hang them?
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« Reply #10 on: December 01, 2006 04:34:14 PM »

drill 'em & ribbon 'em!  Smiley
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« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2006 04:43:28 PM »

drill 'em & ribbon 'em!  Smiley
yeah, if you've got the dremmel, you should be able to do that, right?
By the way, they look very cool so far. Can't wait to see the finished product Smiley
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« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2006 04:56:29 PM »

I just use a regular drill, but a dremel with a drill bit would have the same effect.
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« Reply #13 on: December 02, 2006 12:05:32 AM »

I just use a regular drill, but a dremel with a drill bit would have the same effect.
Can you tell I don't have any powertools? Wink
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« Reply #14 on: December 02, 2006 09:38:12 AM »

me neither naelany  Wink TO make holes, I sort of twirl a needle around in the goo the SECOND it comes out of the oven.
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« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2006 09:39:24 AM »

me neither naelany  Wink TO make holes, I sort of twirl a needle around in the goo the SECOND it comes out of the oven.

ha!!  Smiley
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« Reply #16 on: December 02, 2006 11:31:16 AM »

me neither naelany  Wink TO make holes, I sort of twirl a needle around in the goo the SECOND it comes out of the oven.

ha!!  Smiley
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« Reply #17 on: December 04, 2006 04:26:19 AM »

Pinky has got to post pictures. The christmas trees came out spectacularly.

A regular drill with a 1/8 bit worked pretty well. The problem is that the bit gets hot enough, even on low speeds, to melt the beads. If you stop for any reason, the plastic will melt around the drill bit and you then have the potential to break (I broke 3) off the area where you are drilling.

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« Reply #18 on: December 04, 2006 04:29:01 AM »

Oh, yeah... don't stop!  Cheesy

I can't wait to see the photos... Piiiinnnkkkyy!!
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« Reply #19 on: December 04, 2006 09:25:08 AM »

ssoooorrrrrryyyyyyy yy I had to actually work at work this morning! I know the horror!

Here is a close up shot of the spiky edges when they pop out of the mold.


Here is Kappy giving them the blow torch treatment to even them out:


Then, as he said, he drilled holes in them.


And then we tied ribbon through the holes. We got Kappy's sister to do the ribbon tying.  Grin



Here are the finished products:



We gave them away as party favors for Kappy's mom's surprise birthday party on Saturday night. You can read all about the party here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=137336.0

People were thrilled with them!
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« Reply #20 on: December 04, 2006 04:39:41 PM »

Those came out totally cool-
the only thing cooler is that you two work together making them.
That just makes me smile : )
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« Reply #21 on: December 05, 2006 09:17:35 AM »

nice job
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« Reply #22 on: December 06, 2006 08:48:45 AM »

Oh wow, those are amazing! I've been thinking about trying the melted bead thing for a long time now. I'm so glad you made this post, because I've wondered how silicone molds would work. You can buy really nifty ones on eBay, but I like these simpler ones too. I want to make pendants mainly, so I think maybe only one layer of beads if I try this. I've also been thinkin' I could get a similar effect if I fill a metal cookie cutter with beads. I'm a bit worried they'd stick, but it sounds from all the reading I've done like it would just pop off the metal.

I just love how you used the random multi colored beads as "ornaments" on the tree ones. SOOO cute!

I'm beginning to wonder if there should be a separate bead board just for bead melting.
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« Reply #23 on: December 06, 2006 08:50:27 AM »

Cookie cutters work wonderfully!  Smiley

Unless, of course, you get obsessed with them and then you ask random Craftsters to start sending you their spare ones...buhaha... I have TONS of them now!  Cheesy

As they cool, they actually snap, crackle, pop, right from the metal.  Smiley
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« Reply #24 on: December 06, 2006 09:25:10 AM »

Cookie cutters work wonderfully!  Smiley

As they cool, they actually snap, crackle, pop, right from the metal.  Smiley

But be careful! I did some using tiny cookie cutters and they had a lip on one side. I didn't notice the lip so I just loaded them up and melted away! Well the ones I did lip up came out fine! POP right out of the cookie cutter! The ones I did lip down got caught on the little lip and.... now that I think about it.....might still be stuck in there unless Kappy got all blow torch or dremel or something on them!  Embarrassed

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« Reply #25 on: December 07, 2006 12:47:30 AM »

If you make more of those, what about stringing them all up on one long cord with maybe beads inbetween or something and using as "garland" on a mantle or wrapped around a tree?
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« Reply #26 on: December 07, 2006 03:59:28 AM »

If you make more of those, what about stringing them all up on one long cord with maybe beads inbetween or something and using as "garland" on a mantle or wrapped around a tree?

ooooo that would be pretty!

We need to order more beads. Our bead stash is getting very low! Kappy found a place where you can order them in bulk by color, size, and style (e.g. faceted vs. nonfaceted). it is much cheaper and easier than buying one of those big bags at one of the local craft stores then separating the colors.
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« Reply #27 on: December 07, 2006 06:39:09 PM »

I watched some home makeover show the other night, they used the silicone molds and a resin to make little star ornaments for every branch of a tree.  I don't know if the resin was more expensive or not.  He put glitter in some of them and it sank to the bottom, so they put some of them glitter side up and some glitter side down.  Very cute. 

I've only did this project once and i found the fumes to be very overpowering.  I did have the oven fan on and had to open the door (although it was 2 out at the time and the heat was on).  I'm thinking this will probably something better left for the Spring/Summer.  For me at least.
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« Reply #28 on: December 08, 2006 07:09:12 AM »

Love these.  They would look so great hanging in a sunny window and catching the light, I think.  I have several bags of the cheaper bulk beads stored somewhere.  My daughter loved them when she was little but has now grown on into other projects.  I'll have to dig them out.

I also bought some silicone bakeware on sale recently, but silly me has actually been cooking in them.  Maybe I can still find some more just for crafts.

Has anyone tried toaster ovens for this type of thing.  I have an old one that is pretty roomy and would be easy to set up outside.

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I watched some home makeover show the other night, they used the silicone molds and a resin to make little star ornaments for every branch of a tree.  I don't know if the resin was more expensive or not.  He put glitter in some of them and it sank to the bottom, so they put some of them glitter side up and some glitter side down.  Very cute. 

I've only did this project once and i found the fumes to be very overpowering.  I did have the oven fan on and had to open the door (although it was 2 out at the time and the heat was on).  I'm thinking this will probably something better left for the Spring/Summer.  For me at least.

I've made resin glitter stars! Only I turned mine into magnets! I used a cheapo walmart ice cube tray to make them. This ice cube tray was NOT rated for the oven so I haven't melted beads in it.  Wink

One warning though......resin smells MUCH worse than melting beads. Oy it stinks!

Here they are after I popped them out of the molds and before I glued the magnets on them.
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I've made resin glitter stars! Only I turned mine into magnets! I used a cheapo walmart ice cube tray to make them. This ice cube tray was NOT rated for the oven so I haven't melted beads in it.  Wink

One warning though......resin smells MUCH worse than melting beads. Oy it stinks!

Here they are after I popped them out of the molds and before I glued the magnets on them.
http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k113/Allenkaperakdesigns/IMG_4141.jpg

Is the resin a less costly alternative?  I really know nothing about it.  What I do know is that the only local store that sells the beads only has the smaller packs at $2 each which makes 2 small bowls.  Because I screwed the second bowl up I had to go buy more. 

A note for those of you looking for cookie cutters- I was at the Goodwill today and they had bags of them for $1, most had at least 8 in them.  Some had rust spots on the outside and you could tell they were older, but the forms were still usable and if you're looking for a cheap way to go then you should check out your local re-sale shops.

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I watched some home makeover show the other night, they used the silicone molds and a resin to make little star ornaments for every branch of a tree.  I don't know if the resin was more expensive or not.  He put glitter in some of them and it sank to the bottom, so they put some of them glitter side up and some glitter side down.  Very cute. 

I've only did this project once and i found the fumes to be very overpowering.  I did have the oven fan on and had to open the door (although it was 2 out at the time and the heat was on).  I'm thinking this will probably something better left for the Spring/Summer.  For me at least.

I've made resin glitter stars! Only I turned mine into magnets! I used a cheapo walmart ice cube tray to make them. This ice cube tray was NOT rated for the oven so I haven't melted beads in it.  Wink

One warning though......resin smells MUCH worse than melting beads. Oy it stinks!

Here they are after I popped them out of the molds and before I glued the magnets on them.
http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k113/Allenkaperakdesigns/IMG_4141.jpg

Those are amazing! I am in love with all things resin but it never crossed my mind as a diy kinda thing.  I work in interior design & we have a client that has a resin bath tub, if you can believe that. Its slightly translucent - the coolest thing. Anyhoo, I'm completely inspired by your post.  I have to research this more & try to make some resin-y love for myself. Thanks for posting!! Smiley

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Great reminder!  Smiley  Thanks!!
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oops! thanks! Embarrassed
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be proud cause i just don't know what to say. i'm speechless.
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« Reply #38 on: December 09, 2006 10:27:53 PM »

To get holes in your shapes without using a drill, roll a piece of aluminum foil into the size and shape of a toothpick. Stick this between the beads where you want your hole to be and bake.
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