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May 30, 2012

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Cynthia H

Love this idea! Next time I see a container full of these beads at the thrift store, I'm going to grab them :)
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Beth Roan

I love this!!!! So doing this with my girls this summer!
Beth @ http://definitelyleopard.com/

Jessi

I just did a post about these on my blog! They're so fun! Your pink and red bowl is beautiful!

Christina at I Gotta Create!

Looks like the perfect summer fun project! The bowls are just delightful!
Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create!
<3 Christina

Carol ( Answer Is Chocolate)

I think I have a stash of these beads somewhere from when my son was obsessed with them. Great idea! Thanks for sharing at this week's BFF Open House.

Kelly

My girls will love trying this. Thank you for the inspiration. ~Kelly

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Hope

That is so cool! I am going to have to try this! :o)
- Hope

Christina at I Gotta Create!

You're a STAR tonight at I Gotta Create! Thanks so much for linking up this fabulous project! xxoo
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<3 Christina

Poppy

Wow! these look amazing! I love the fun colors of the beads and how you shaped these retro bowls...looks like something you will find in a high-end artsy store:)Beautiful project! Thanks for the inspiration and for your sweet comment on my beachy living room. Enjoy your day!Hugs,Poppy

Terri

So pretty! I made the suncatchers already. I have some beads left over so I can try a bowl too! Thanks for the idea!

Robin Taney

These are so pretty, but what kind of beads are they? You can't use just any plastic beads because they give off toxic fumes when they melt. Melty Beads are non toxic and made for this purpose.

Wendi

I loved the idea of this and tried, I laid the beads on the foil exactly like the picture above in the post however after the beads melt I couldn't remove the foil at all they are all stuck. So disappointed.

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