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WVCEOS Virtual Spring Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
Doris Musselman
40:39
could you use E6000
Karol Bradshaw
42:36
E6000 is like a soft glue in a tube, isn’t it?
Clinedda Austin
43:13
Yes. I use it a lot.
Debbie Blehschmidt
44:52
Do you know what color the twine (yarn) is?
Tara Hutzler Morgan
51:11
I know there are two different types of glue. One that is hotter than the other. Do you think it makes a difference which one you use?
Debbie Blehschmidt
51:17
This could be a buddy craft. One gluing and one winding the rope.
Tara Hutzler Morgan
51:23
Or it may be the glue gun.
Pat Rummel
52:21
It does go pretty quickly once you get started. Besides decoration can you think of any other uses? How about using them for hanginl lights or something?
ceos2020
53:37
will this hold up outside in the weather?
Becky Wiegers
53:50
I think a single edge razor scraper thingy would work well to remove glue from tables or counters.
ceos2020
55:36
I was thinking if there was a way to cut a hole in it to use as a bird house
ceos2020
56:54
If you use a margarine container, the top could
ceos2020
57:22
use the top of the margarine container to seal off the bottom of the bird house.
Clinedda Austin
58:17
This would be an excellent favor or centerpiece idea for NVON in a smaller version.
Karol Bradshaw
59:42
Diid you try putting a paper towel over the glue then rub a hot iron over the paper towel. Let the towel absorb the softened glue?
Connie Wolfinger
59:43
Adhesive eraser I found mine in Amazon.
ceos2020
01:00:21
Just a suggestion, for the top of the hive, instead of just sticking the rope through, make it a loop to hang it with
ceos2020
01:00:56
use a credit card or a spatula to scrape off glue.
Karol Bradshaw
01:01:43
Tip could be to put a drop cloth down before starting.
Clinedda Austin
01:02:09
a piece if stuff cardboard works well.
Clinedda Austin
01:02:22
stiff
Pat Rummel
01:02:32
I have seen recommendation to use a fork for tassel
Cheryl Davis
01:02:35
I've used cardboard as well to make tassels.
ceos2020
01:09:17
this would be cute to hang something down through the middle to make a wind chime
Tara Hutzler Morgan
01:09:18
I have a plastic table cloth that I use over and over again for crafting to protect the surface I am working on.
Tara Hutzler Morgan
01:09:55
Very cute!
Cheryl Davis
01:09:57
Looks pretty!
Pat Rummel
01:10:24
wind chime is a great idea. They are really cute
Doris Musselman
01:10:34
Thank you for a very cute craft
Pat Rummel
01:11:06
I use a painters drop cloth for my mess
Connie Wolfinger
01:11:38
Thank you. Looks pretty
Sue Schmidt
01:11:42
Very Pretty. I definitely would need finger protectors. Great craft. Thanks!
Rena Lawrence
01:11:49
I Love these!! Thank You
Nancy Parsons
01:11:55
Thank you Susan, Going to give it a try.
Becky Wiegers
01:11:58
These are really cute! Thanks for taking time to show us how it's done.
Pat Rummel
01:12:00
This was a really fun classs
ceos2020
01:12:15
very cute. thank you
Cheryl Davis
01:12:33
Thanks, Susan!
Susan McFadden
01:13:07
Thank you, very enjoyable
Connie Wolfinger
01:13:18
Sue Schmidt is teaching the wreath class tomorrow at 2:00
Tara Hutzler Morgan
01:13:21
Yes. Thank you for taking the time to teach us this craft. I am going to make it.
Pat Rummel
01:14:45
I have a lot of old pots. I think This would be a fun idea for decorating them for use.
Sharon Teel
01:14:58
Thank you!!! Very cute!!