02.05.2014
Admittedly I’m more interested in garden crafts than I am with gardening… but I might plant something this year just so I can use these plant markers! I sat today and tried to think of every vegetable that I might possibly plant in my garden, and drew them up for this craft pattern download.
Tomatoes, carrots, pumpkins, broccoli, potatoes, corn, lettuce, peas, onions, orange peppers, green peppers, cucumbers, beets (or radishes, I suppose), watermelon, beans, red peppers, yellow peppers and squash.
When I made these recently I used rubber cement, but in the past I have used this awesome glass glue called Eclectic Adhesive E6000 that I think actually worked better. Now you’re almost done, but you still have paper in between two pebbles that could possibly get wet when it rains. When we have worked with these glass marbles and paper (‘though not for plant markers), we used clear silicone sealant from the kitchen plumbing department of the hardware store. I made these using Shrink Plastic for the tops – you can cut to shape, draw the vege and shrink in the oven. Glass pebbles can be found at the dollar store and make for a great inexpensive supply to craft with.


These are really pretty and you can make beautiful magnets and pushpins with these creations.
It’s thicker and left less bubbles between the paper and the glass, and is totally weather proof. Otherwise grab a hot glue gun, and attach the two glued together pebbles to the top of the stick. So you need to put a thin layer of glue in the crevice between the two pebbles to seal out the water. In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. Using nail polish you can create some fun pebbles that you can use to make things like necklace pendants. If you have empty glass jars you can use them to make these wonderful treasure jars that you can keep out in the garden.
If you’re really picky about what works best, I would use the E6000 for the first step and the glue gun for this step and the next one.


Then grab that glue gun again and put a dab of it on the back side of the raffia to secure the finishing end in place.
You can do this with the rubber cement brush (or more easily with a smaller pain brush), or use your fingers to spread the E6000 glue. Kids Activities, Wendy loves creating crafts, activities and printables that help teachers educate and give parents creative ways to spend time with their children. So, what I did was glued the label on faced up to the back of the pebble & then laminated it to make it waterproof!



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Comments Glue glass pebbles to window xp

  1. SAMURAYSA
    Noisy, overblown,?and?lacking a distinctive personality if your impatient.
  2. kalibr
    Our 2nd child on jan2015, it was easy temperatures has also.
  3. aya
    Was able to repair them sound waves to melt.