Marble Decorations

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Introduction: Marble Decorations

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This Instructable will teach you how to make beautiful decorative marbles out of household items.

Step 1: Supplies

For this project you will need 5 items:
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-hot glue gun
-rubber potholder
-crayons
-small cup of water
-scissors

Step 2: Prepare Crayons

Peel the paper off your crayons, and pick one color.

Step 3: Make the Marble

Using the glue gun, make a quarter sized dot on the potholder.

Step 4: Color the Marble

Take the crayon and gently rub the top of the glue while it is still hot.

Step 5: Trim

Wait for the marble to dry, and carefully peel it off of the potholder. Trim any strings or excess glue off the marble.

Step 6: Finish

Dip into the water. This helps it be more durable when you use it to decorate.

Step 7: Done!!

Put these marbles on the edges of frames, on paper, on cards, on vases, you can put them on almost anything!

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    as9

    5 years ago

    Cool!

    We don't get hot glue here in India so... How about another way?

    1 reply

    I'm not sure... Maybe you could order some online? I have no idea if that's even possible, just a suggestion. Hope you find a way to get some!
    -amanda

    We don't get hot glue here in India so... How about another way?

    We don't get hot glue here in India so... How about another way?

    We don't get hot glue here in India so... How about another way?

    We don't get hot glue here in India so... How about another way?

    We don't get hot glue here in India so... How about another way?

    We don't get hot glue here in India so... How about another way?

    We don't get hot glue here in India so... How about another way?

    Thanks! I'm glad you like it! :-)

    Awesome!