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10 mins

I melted mine at 400 degrees for about 5 minutes which might have been a bit too fast as it seem quite thin and irregular. at 350 it melted a bit slower (which was fun to sit and watch) but seems about the same thickness.

tie a string around it to make it a necklace. or throw it at people. whatever. or leave the bottom on to use as a coaster.

(so i saw this project on here but didn't save it. if you know who did this 1st let me know please)

Posted by Lacey from La Cañada Flintridge, California, United States • Published See Lacey's 30 projects »

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  • Step 1

    use a red plastic cup that has a 6 on the bottom.
    cut out the bottom. (or leave the bottom on and use as a coaster)
    use a permanent marker to doodle designs on the side (and the inside too).
    melt in the oven on parchment paper on a sheet. 5 min at 400 degrees seemed s bit fast so maybe try a bit lower...

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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
love it!!! coool , like the drawing with you have added on it before you melted it down.
sadly i can't try this out too, because my oven can't make the same heat/.
i have tried it out allready the hottest is to low.LOL
so , perhaps it will work with the heating gun too;-D
thank you for sharing this!!! great experiment!!!;-D

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