A few weeks ago (or so it seems) I showed how I made a few hot glue art pieces to use as stencils. You may want to review the first time I tried to make hot glue art and failed.
As many of you saw the first time I tried to make hot glue stencils, the glue gun I used wasn't adequate for the job. This one is, though. It was the first glue gun I ever purchased, and it's still going strong. I hate to admit it, but I bought this in the late 1980s when I was making silk flower arrangements.
I suspect I will need more practice creating circles,
but I did like the flower I created. Those little strings can be cut easily with scissors, too. I can't wait to put these to the test.
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