Hot Glue Vase

Just a simple vase I made when experimenting with hot glue.

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Step 1: Start Vase Base

Using a low temperature hot glue gun, start by making a small base for the vase to be built on, then spiral outwards until the base is the desired width.

Step 2: Start Vase

Add a second cycle of glue on top of the base and spiral upward in layers.

Step 3: Continue

Continue adding layers of glue until it is the desired height.

Step 4: Enjoy

Enjoy your vase!

:D

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    5 Discussions

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    Abigail02

    5 years ago

    Cool love hot glue!!

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    tomc53

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Very Cool!!!!

    This is actually the same principle as a 3-D printer. There are even hand-held 3-D 'printer' available which use the plastic filament (just like glue-sticks) and make free-form objects.

    How many glue sticks did it take for this? And how tall is it?

    Thanks,

    T... ;)

    Wow, this is awesome! It's like the DIY version of the 3D pen that you can do at home :) and it looks like a cool tornado!

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    Uncle Kudzu

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Cool! It looks like a tornado, or a water spout.

    And this must be that 3D printing that all the kids are talking about ;)