(diy tutorial) mod melts rose bracelet

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Plaid Crafts and The Blueprint Social. All of my opinions are 100% mine.

I recently got to play around with Plaid’s new Mod Podge Mod Melts and made a rose bracelet using this fun new product. You basically fill a Mod Melt mold with the Mod Melt sticks using a hot glue gun and out pops a solid cabochon or charm in less than 10 minutes. You can paint these Mod Melt forms using acrylic paint to match whatever you are embellishing. Such a fun product and very easy to use! You guys are going to love this product, there are so many possibilities! I can’t wait to make hair accessory embellishments for baby #2 using Mod Melts!

Materials

Mod Melts Rose Mold

Mod Melts Sticks

High Temp Glue Gun

White Acrylic Paint

Sponge Brush

E-6000 Glue

Bracelet Form

Instructions

Step 1: Load your high temp hot glue gun (low-temp won’t work) with a Mod Melts stick. Fill the Mod Melts rose mold and allow to cool and harden for 10 minutes before popping out of the mold. Repeat this step as many times as needed to fill the bracelet form.

Step 2: Use a sponge brush to paint 1-2 coats of white acrylic paint on the Mod Melts roses. Allow to dry.

Step 3: Glue the Mod Melts roses onto the bracelet form using E-6000 glue.

Step 4: Allow glue to dry according to packaging directions. Wear your new bracelet with your favorite outfit!

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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