Fused plastic

Explore innovative ways to use fused plastic in your craft projects. Discover step-by-step tutorials and inspiration to create unique and eco-friendly creations with fused plastic.
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This project is one which has evolved out of my recent experiments with fused plastic. It’s a way of recycling old crayons and plastic bags creatively and I love the finished ‘leaf-like’ feel of these. The finished leaves can be used for a wide range of purposes, or alternatively you could cut the fused plastic…

Jelisha Patel
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Writeup (5/20): www.dabbled.org/2009/05/tutorial-fusing-plastic-or-how-to... See the really cool stuff she makes with this! (some here) SoSheSews: www.flickr.com/photos/11260891@N04/ 1. Fusing Plastic Bags: Things you need, 2. Fusing Plastic Bags: The Bags!, 3. Fusing Plastic Bags: Step One, 4. Fusing Plastic Bags: Step Two, 5. Fusing Plastic Bags: Don't forget the Earth!, 6. Fusing Plastic Bags: Step Three, 7. Fusing Plastic Bags: Step Four, 8. Fusing Plastic Bags: Step Five, 9. Fusing…

Tammy Goff
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Plastic Smithing: How to Make Your Own HDPE Plastic Anything (DIY Plastic Lumber): How to make really good hard plastic while reusing and recycling plastic bags at home! Via this method, you can make ANYTHING you want to, out of hard, lightweight, real plastic that's astoundingly durable. It comes out very similar in texture to re…

Trudy Buckman
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Are you overrun with plastic grocery bags? I sure am. My cabinets are overflowing with them! I use them for trash and recycle them whenever I can find a place that will take them but still — they still seem to multiply. So what else can you do with them? Fuse the plastic bags together...

Stefanie Miller