Hot Glue Art
A hot glue print by Terri Stegmiller. There are many techniques that are introduced in primary school Art classes and forgotten by high school. Hot glue prints are one such thing. Although hot glue can be a clunky and unforgiving medium, it can be a quick way to introduce printed linear elements to a painting.
IOD by Prima silicone molds for beautifully dimensional vintagey baroque goodies to embellish your décor and craft projects. AND they play well with so many many types of media- air dry clay, polymer clay, earthen clay, hot glue, even chocolate (food safe rated)! These are also great for making soaps or embellishments for candles too. Practically any molding medium.
Saw this on pintrest and decided to try it out. It's super easy and fun! You're supposed to use cardboard, but i used pieces of wood. Just find a board or cardboard you want to use, draw any design you like on it, trace it with craft glue. Let it completely dry. Then glue heavy duty foil over the dried design and rub it so the design comes through. Let it dry then use a rag to apply any color shoe polish (i used brown), pour it on the foiled design and gently rub it across your design. Done! :-)
How to Make a DIY Window Privacy Screen. Materials needed: wood for frame, tape measure to measure windows, sheer fabric, hot glue or spray adhesive. No screws, nails, or hardware to attach it! Moves up and down and held in place when wedged into the window. Get tutorial and video on the blog. Thrift Diving
damianrules: I said I’d write up a tutorial on how to make these wings. It’ll be terrible So, here goes. XD Have one or two friends to help you out. It’s easier with more hands.Materials: Thin poster board. (For small wings you will need 3 pieces. For wings like this you will need 6) Opal cellophane. (two rolls to be safe) Adhesive glue. Scissors. Wire cutters. Exacto knife. (I recommended using this for cutting out the poster board) Hot glue gun. 3 Hanger wires (it’s super sturdy) Pencil, ...