Friday, March 7, 2014

DIY your own Enamel dot's for pennies!

YAY!!! it's that time again! I have a great tutorial for you on how to make your own enamel dots! This is so easy and simple you are going to FREAK OUT!!
Okay! So I used Perler Beads! These totally work for me, and are super cheap! For the whole container it was around $15.00 and I had a 40% off coupon!:)
You need to use some sort of Parchment Paper so it doesn't stick to your GLASS DISH!
Line them up :) PREHEAT the oven to 450 degrees
Bake for 15 minuets
Let cool, and you are done :)
Cut in half to make small ones, and add one on top for larger ones


Enjoy! Let me know if you have any questions! HUGS!!

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16 comments:

Mary-Anne V said...

this is such an awesome idea..I love the these beads can be used and not stepped on or sucked up with my vacuum cleaner! Ha! Question: when baking does it let off a lot of fumes?

Alycia said...

Oh. Em. Gee. My mind is blown. These are all over my house, and I never though of this. GENIUS!!!

*Vicki* said...

Oh wow that is so cool! I don't have little children, but this is just too clever to not try out!! Thanks for sharing! :)

pcm said...

ingenious!

redhatstamper said...

Thanks for the video, fabulous. I am sure I have some of these in the house somewhere. If I don't they are inexpensive for sure

Chorley Cake said...
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Chorley Cake said...


LOVE THESE ! Can I ask what you use to cut them in half ?

Katherine Buchanan said...

Can you use different types of beads? I have lots of seed beads. Different sizes.

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marylou wright said...

I have tried this many times, changing things ever so slightly andthey always come out with a divot in centre. Any Suggestions

soxsmitts0 said...

Hi there can you use hama beads...thank you karen

Becky Hutko said...

I use parchment paper, but the beads stick and do not roll off as in your video. Any suggestions?

Gina Thornton said...

Mine do that too, and some dont melt and look like donuts instead. I thought maybe it was because they were old beads

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sistahackie said...

This is AWESOME! Thanks for sharing this video. I will definitely give this a try. It's so cute.

Unknown said...

hi @soxsmith Hama beads work just as well. There are some very cheap brands available in the uk which need less heating, but do let off quite toxic smelling fumes, so be careful.