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Here are some photos of plastic spoon flowers that I have made.
Be sure to keep a window open, the smell can be very strong.
Editor's Note: Fumes from melting plastic can be very toxic. Proper ventilation and protection is essential to prevent injuries.
Oh, these are so creative. I have never seen anything like it. Thanks for sharing with us.
I packed up all of my deceased coworker's things. I had to clean up her table. I found 9 disposable spoons. It seems like they had been there for a long time so I thought of creating something out of them so that they wouldn't just sit there for a long time without any use.
This craft can be used as an accessory or decoration.
Tip: If you don't have time to paint, use colored plastic spoons.
Even though I don't care for the glitter, I still think the flowers are beautiful. I wonder if there is a glue that dries perfectly clear, and if a few drops placed here and there would look like dew drops on the petals?
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I tried making the flower using plastic spoons and a candle. When I tried, though, the spoon started melting, but dark smoke remained on the spoon as black color. How do I avoid that discoloration?
You could try holding the plastic spoon close to the side of the flame and not on top of the flame or try boiling water or a heat gun or even a hair dryer if the plastic is soft enough. Hope this help!