Melty beads kit
First, you must find and buy one of those little kits in the children's craft area at your local wally world or other craft hangout. Make sure you get a kit with a biggish square grid in it.
Ok, now select your colors
Use this chart if you want them to be just like mine.
start setting your melty beads on the pegs (I start at the top 18 across
using the chart until it looks something like this
Then, use that little piece of wax paper you found in the kit (don't toss it out!) and lay it on your work. It doesn't matter which side.
Iron it a little bit at a time. constantly check to see if the beads have started to melt. DON'T MELT THEM TOO MUCH!
Then you need to let it cool a second or two (no peeking!)
Then lift it off. It should come off quite easily.
And your done! If it doesn't look completely melty or it doesn't stick together, DON'T LIFT IT OFF. It's a pain to get back on the grid. Not impossible but a pain none the less. Good luck!
This project was contributed by Crystal Newman
Melty beads can be purchased from toy stores and some good craft stores. The general concept of the beads is they melt together to form a solid shape.
By Shellie Wilson. Shellie is the chief creative editor for Craftbits.