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wolfybrie
« on: October 28, 2007 08:11:46 AM »

I've been looking at a lot of melted bead projects, and I was wondering if anybody has mixed the melted beads up (after they are melted stirring them with a spoon or something). I'm looking to melt beads into a christmas ball, and having some clear and red or clear and blue to make it look a bit like a fire ball or an ice ball, and I would like it to look more whispy than the general spotted effect of melted beads.
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