10 Genius Ways to Use Your Glue Gun

Updated on March 12, 2018

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A mask made entirely of hot glue.
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Top 10 Creative Hot Glue Gun Uses

1. Hem Pants
6. Create Scrapbook Embellishments
2. Fix Buttons
7. Create a Mold in Seconds
3. Emboss Cards
8. Decorate Windows for Holidays
4. Make Expensive-Looking Christmas Ornaments
9. Make Jewelry
5. Halloween Spider Webbing
10. Kill Bugs!

1. Hem Pants

You're in a rush and just realized your hem has gone down for the count. Get out that glue gun and go to town. Later on, just peel the dots of glue off or leave it on while you sew. Use only small dabs and not full lines of glue: This makes removing the glue easier, and it won't stain the clothing. When I have done this in the past, I usually forget, and the glue just remains unseen. Washing the clothing has no effect on the glue's adhesion.

2. Fix Buttons

You're running out the door and notice you have a button that is about to fall off. No time to sew it? Just run some hot glue over the threads and go. Your button will stay in place, and when you have time to sew it, the glue will just pop off the plastic. Unlike clear nail polish, the hot glue won't damage the button.

3. Emboss Cards

The glue gun is perfect for embossing just about anything: In other words, it adds a decorative raised ridge to any surface. Once you are happy with how it looks, just apply nail polish over it for a high gloss lacquer finish or use a colored stick. You can also use a glitter stick.

Embossing can be done in several ways. You can write words or draw a design on a flat, nonporous surface, let it dry, and peel it up. You can then attach your design to a card with a little bit of glue. This way you can trim it to perfection.

Another way is just to write directly on the card itself. The only problem with this is that hot glue on paper doesn't clean off well if you make a mistake. It usually takes some of the paper with it if you remove it.


4. Make Expensive-Looking Christmas Ornaments

Glue guns are great on glass and if you make a mistake, just peel it off. Apply it to the outside of plain glass Christmas ornaments to give them a 3-D effect. I usually use colored or glitter glue.

If you don't have the right colors, you can use clear glue and then apply nail polish over it. You can apply glitter while the glue is wet or afterward using some gloss mod podge glue.

5. Halloween Spider Webbing

Most crafters hate those threads you get using low temp guns, but even high temp guns will spin webs for you, so why not use it to your advantage at Halloween? Apply a dab of hot glue to anchor the web and while blowing on the glue, pull it to a different anchor point. Keep repeating it until your web is done. When Halloween is over, just run your hand through the glue, and it cleans up fast.

6. Create Scrapbook Embellishments

I bought a silicone mold, and it was so delicate that I was never able to make anything from it. That was until I used the glue gun. No matter how delicate the mold, the glue gun captured the design perfectly. Apply nail polish as a final step and you have the perfect embellishment in just minutes.

If you want, you can use two different colors of hot glue in the mold, just be careful not to overfill it. (I have put in too much glue, and the embellishment didn't sit right on the paper.) It's best to underfill rather than overfill. Make sure the glue gets into all the corners. You can do this by taping the mold against the table surface.

Another trick is to dip the tip of the glue gun into the flow of the glue and not above it. If the glue is allowed to drip, it cools slightly and doesn't flow as well. I use the tip of my hot gun to keep it flowing. Test your mold material first before you do this. If the gun is too hot, it can melt the plastic on some molds.

It is fine to use plastic candy molds. You may want to use a drop of mold-release such as cooking spray: It won't effect the embellishment, and it prevents the glue from sticking to the plastic of the candy mold.


7. Create a Mold in Seconds

Do you like to use polymer clay? Or maybe you do cake decorating? Did you know that instead of buying expensive molds, you can make them with hot glue for only pennies? Squirt out a large dollop of hot glue and then push whatever it is that you want to mold into it. Wait for it to harden and you have your mold. This works best with smaller objects because the glue cools quickly.

If you're going to make molds, use high temp glue. It flows easier than low temp and stays liquid longer, so you have time to make a larger dollop and set your object.

You can also make the mold but color in the area where the object was with a sharpie marker for a different-looking embellishment.

8. Decorate Windows for Holidays

Apply the glue from a glue gun directly to your windows to create holiday magic. It peels off glass quite easily. Did you know glue sticks come in all sorts of colors, plus some that glow in the dark?

9. Make Jewelry

Hot glue makes wonderful jewelry. We made a bracelet entirely of hot glue. Kids love it!

10. Opening Up A Can

Place strips of hot glue over the palm of a cotton glove. The glue will grip the top of any stuck jar.

How to Use Hot and Low Temperature Glue Guns

  • Use a high heat gun when you are working with metal and wood.
  • High heat glue sticks are harder and a little stronger.
  • Low temp can be used on paper and plastics.

A Note on Hot Glue Gun Burns

I have been working with glue guns since I was a young teen and even though I use them all the time, I still get burned. The temp of a high temp gun is over 300 degrees while a low temp is around 170 degrees. There is a huge difference between being burned by a high temp gun and a low temp one. When I work with a high temp gun, I keep ice water next to me. The burns can be severe and will continue to burn until the glue hardens. If you try to pull it off, it doesn't work, and you get burned on the hand you use to pull the glue off with as well. But if you dunk the hand immediately in the ice water, you can halt the burn and remove the glue faster. Keep ice water on hand at all times.

Children should not work alone with high temp guns.

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        Barbara Karr 

        2 months ago

        How to tell if tou have a high temperatue glue gun?

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        Miriam Jones-Morris 

        19 months ago

        I really like all the ideas that you can do with an glue gun.

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        marlene marion braƱez estrada 

        2 years ago

        Bolivia is one of the 48 countries that you send products?

        Where can I got the PayPal card, from some bank? thanks for your answer.

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        Sangeet Mehrotra 

        2 years ago

        I need your help for using glu gun

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        3 years ago

        Wondering if you think the glue gun could somehow be used to make those grippers you sometimes find on the bottom hems of shorts to keep them from sliding back up the leg (probably an old costumer's trick or something)?

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        3 years ago from United States

        wow the embossing was a great idea, I want to try if I can ever find time!(:

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        Lori Green 

        3 years ago from Las Vegas

        Crayons are a different type of wax and while they will heat and melt the wax gets very thin and for most people it gets all over the place. I have one for crayons but won't use it for the glue gun after because of the mess. You should have seen my kitchen after my daughter tried it.

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        3 years ago

        You can also use crayons in your glue gun. I bought one of the small inexpensive ones to use strictly for the crayons. When you want to switch colors just run some of the clear glue stick through it to get rid of the color you were using.

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        4 years ago

        I love the window idea, I currently decorate with foam snowflakes and double sided tape(which is difficult to clean off the window). I would love to glue snowflakes to the window as they would be so easy to take off after the holidays.

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        4 years ago

        Before using the glue gun, I put lotion on my hands and the stray glue doesn't stick to my fingers.

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        4 years ago

        I hae the

        I have three glue guns and pot one to. Been using them for years. Some of your crafting ones for scrapbooking and card making are great. Thanks for the tips.

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        Lynsey Hart 

        4 years ago from Lanarkshire

        So many amazing things that can be done with a trusty glue gun! Thanks for sharing with us!

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        4 years ago

        Go to google and find the glue gun kit that contains finger guards that you can put on your fingers to avoid burns. Kit also contains a stick free mat and a couple of tools to smooth the glue out on the object you are glueing.

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        Lori Green 

        4 years ago from Las Vegas

        Not a dumb question at all and it depends on the size. It's good for tiny molds. I have done those, but once I made the larger ones the glue gun glue hardened before it was out of the gun. The only thing I can think of is trying it. My bad ideas always out number my good ones, but when I get a good idea it's worth all the effort.

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        Bonnie Bee keeper 

        4 years ago

        Question......do any of you think that a mold made of glue would hold up under the heat of melted bees wax to make small candles? mmmm or would the glue melt again :) This is probable a duh question but must ask :)

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        Lori Green 

        4 years ago from Las Vegas

        I don't think greenmind was referring to anything you said. It's all good.

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        4 years ago from USA

        No disrespect, I know it's a hub. I got stuck in the move from Squidoo to Hubpages and I don't know what I'm doing here yet :)

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        GreenMind Guides 

        4 years ago from USA

        What? This is a great hub! You really write well and I never imagined that a glue gun could do so many amazing and creative things. Well done and I think HubPages could use more writers like you. Thanks!

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        4 years ago from USA

        Just wanted let you know I love your page! I too, many times have been burned by the big gun, I'm surprised I have any fingerprints left!

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        4 years ago from New York

        Wow! You came up with some really great ideas! I am going to pin it to my Christmas board. I want to do some Christmas decorations with it. I like the embossing ornaments idea, making snowflakes to hang and on the window too.

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        Michael Murchie 

        4 years ago from Parts Unknown

        Some lovely ideas here!

      • Rabadi profile image

        4 years ago from New York

        Glue guns are useful, nice hubs! I'm following you now.

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        4 years ago from South Africa

        Some cool ideas - my glue gun and I have a love/ hate relationship but fortunately here in South Africa we have a herbal cream called Zambuck that takes the sting out of the burns completely.

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        Lori Green 

        4 years ago from Las Vegas

        LOL because I dripped it, it didn't see it coming, but then we had to sacrifice the roll because we hot glued a spider to it. OK, it wasn't one of those ideas I totally thought though.

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        Helen Stuart 

        4 years ago from Deep in the Heart of Texas

        I have used a glue gun for quick repairs on clothes before, and also to make snowflakes to hang on trees, for hours and hours at a time. Thanks to the shout out to the spiders of the world. We had a big green one eat a wasp yesterday. We live in Texas and have giant black widows and a certain breed of brown recluse that is also plentiful. I was thinking and thinking about different ways to make molds for various parts of the sculptures I am making, and I know a lot of crafty stuff, but you beat me on this one by FAR! I only saw the the fairy house and the mask so far, LOVED both, I am going to make fairy houses as well. HEY, you could also probably use the glue to cover the inside of tabletop fountains, at least the places that aren't taken up by your own little rock waterfalls and stuff. You could probably even glue some sand on the top layer very carefully with a little tool. I bet you would be really fun to craft with. Could you just help me figure out my website now? Haha. Many many thanks

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        4 years ago from India

        cool... awesome idea

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        Kristen Howe 

        4 years ago from Northeast Ohio

        Thanks for letting me know Craftypicks.

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        Lori Green 

        4 years ago from Las Vegas

        The spider in the photo is a black widow. They don't die with poison very easily. Living in the desert we see them all the time. They move very quicky too and seem to step over poison. I used the glue gun to get rid of that one. I happen to have had it handy and hot. It prevented the spider from moving and me from getting too close to it. I also stopped a line of ants with it. I didn't really kill too many ants, but I think I plugged up the hole where they were getting in near my sink. The line never returned. I did have to sacrifice the roll of toilet paper along with the spider but considering I had a screaming kid on the toilet it was worth the quick exchange of rolls. It's a silly way of using a glue gun, but it did work. I have no mercy for spiders that can kill my family or at least put them in the hospital. Other spiders get escorted out of the house gently. I don't hate spiders. They kill other bugs that are way worse. If they live outside it's a fair game. Walk into my house and it's a dog eat dog world.

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        Kristen Howe 

        4 years ago from Northeast Ohio

        Great ideas. I never used a glue gun before. Handy to know that they kill bugs and spiders. Will they kill flies, too?

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        4 years ago

        Thanks for sharing these wonderful ideas about using glue gun. I had no idea glue sticks came in anything other than clear. Can't wait to try these new craft tricks.

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        4 years ago

        Got to order some coloured glue sticks now I know they exist!

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        Larry Rankin 

        4 years ago from Oklahoma

        Glue guns are great fun.

        Great ideas!

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        Writer Fox 

        4 years ago from the wadi near the little river

        I love these great ideas. Your suggestion to use a glue gun to hem pants is one I'm definitely going to try. Loved your pictures and voted up!

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        Norma Bartlett 

        4 years ago

        To keep from getting burned with the glue gun (which I have done many times.Lol.) purchase those rubber finger tips available at Wal-Mart & many office supply stores & wear them while using the hot glue gun. Works like a dream to protect your fingers from those nasty burns. Hope this helps somebody out there.

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        4 years ago

        the bug idea would be great if it wasn't for the time the glue gun has to warm up. I don't know about you, and luckily we don't really have poisonous spiders in my country, but I'm not waiting 10 minutes for my glue gun to warm up only to find I'm no longer sure where the spider is.

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        4 years ago

        Gold leaf also sticks nicely to the hardened glue.

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        4 years ago from Sunny Spain

        An interesting hub, with lots of information about glue guns and their uses. Though I am not too sure that I could every use it on spiders or ants :(

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        Clearissa Coward's Command Center 

        4 years ago from Cary,NC

        I had no idea hot glue came in any other color. This is an excellent article.

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        4 years ago

        Great ideas. I've used glue guns for years but I never knew glue sticks came in different colors or glow-in-the-dark!

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        Lori Green 

        4 years ago from Las Vegas

        The socks are probably the easiest of all the projects on there. Go to Google and get a coloring book photo of the socks you like. Put two layers of tin foil down on a flat surface and then the photo on top. Trace hard. Life the photo, there will be lines in the tin. Spray with cooking spray (A MUST). Follow the lines, let cool and peel. BINGO

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        MH Bonham 

        4 years ago from Missoula, Montana

        Cool ideas!

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        Sally Gulbrandsen 

        4 years ago from Norfolk

        I have had a glue gun for ages and for some reason I have not had the courage to try it out. If I could make some of those socks on the washing line, I certainly would have a go. Any idea on how they were made!

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        Lori Green 

        5 years ago from Las Vegas

        I know it probably won't work. The plastic is too soft for something you will be pulling on. Try a hard bonding resin.

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        Courtney Rhodes 

        5 years ago

        the silicone mold idea is great! i have wanted to make my own dresser knobs and i think this would work if i used 2 guns at once to make the mold deep enough. do you think the mold would work with a resin compound?

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        5 years ago

        I love the idea of using silicone molds. I'll have to try it. I don't think I'd be able to hot glue a spider! Maybe if they were poisonous like yours!

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        Lori Green 

        5 years ago from Las Vegas

        The spider was easy. I caught a fly with it, but it ended up getting glued to my desk and was pretty gross to remove. I have given up extermination by glue gun after that. The spider worked because my hand didn't have to go near it and it dripped right onto paper. You should have seen my daughter's face when I ran in with the glue gun instead of the poison.

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        Crystal Myers 

        5 years ago from Flagstaff

        Those are some great ideas.....except the spiders that's too close lol

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        Georgina Crawford 

        5 years ago from Dartmoor

        See, now I need a glue gun. I'd just thought they were for gluing stuff. Never realised you could make art with them, or use colour! Well that's next years birthday present sorted then! Great article. Rating and following.

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        Lori Green 

        5 years ago from Las Vegas

        LOL... notice I didn't suggest the crayon. I totally agree!!!!! My daughter did it and what a mess we had. It destroyed the gun and made a total mess. The color in the glue on my page are made for the glue gun. It's colored sticks.

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        5 years ago

        LOVE my glue gun...but...trust me on this....NEVER ever put crayons in it like some may suggest!!! LOL I speak from experience and there are many surfaces that I am still pealing and picking wax from!!!! LOL

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        Lori Green 

        5 years ago from Las Vegas

        @Carson... LOL... I actually caught a fly with the glue gun the other day. Served him right for buzzing around me when I am packing heat. I took a photo, but it's kind of gross. I am debating posting it.

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        5 years ago

        Please tell me where you live so I never live there. Eek spiders

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        5 years ago

        ok good idea for killing bugs, but by the time it heated up he bug would have moved

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        Fatima siddiqui 

        5 years ago

        Great ideas to keep in mind., thank u for sharing!

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        5 years ago

        Ok - I am not hanging around any spider long enough for my glue gun to heat up!!! But power to you!

        Love the DIY embellies tip BTW - thank you!

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        Lori Green 

        5 years ago from Las Vegas

        LOL... I have elevated gluing my fingers together to a new height lately with all the gluing I do. I too have one that gets way too hot. I am so used to my low temp gun I nearly saw stars when I fired up the big one for these projects. I have had that glue gun for so many years I just can't let it go.

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        5 years ago from South Florida

        I notice that burning yourself and gluing your fingers together did not make your list. They would be my top two because I am very good at doing both. I also have an ancient glue gun that gets as hot as the sun and smokes. Seriously though I enjoyed your hub. Maybe I'll just go buy a newer, much safer glue gun and get to it.

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        5 years ago

        I have three different glue guns and had not thought of all these uses. I am so glad a came across this page. I have bookmarked it and will certainly put my glue guns into overtime! Thank you so much.

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        Heidi Vincent 

        5 years ago from GRENADA

        Really interesting glue gun ideas/projects!

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        Wendy Hughes 

        5 years ago from Charlotte

        Just what I need--another craft project! You can use a glue gun to write a friend's or family's name on the outside of a jar or vase, bottle, etc. When dry paint over the whole item and you'll have some great craft gifts that don't look like it. Fill your jar with candy. Viola! Fabulous hub BTW!

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        Loraine Brummer 

        5 years ago from Hartington, Nebraska

        Love all your ideas, especially the peel-up letters.

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        Julia Rexford 

        5 years ago

        I love the art sculptures you can make out of glue guns! They are all so cool. I also love the idea of killing spiders; I hate having spider guts on my shoe almost as much as I hate spiders! The glue gun is a great idea!

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        jill of alltrades 

        5 years ago from Philippines

        These ideas are fun! I'm gonna try them one of these days especially the Christmas things! Thanks for sharing!

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        5 years ago

        I'll definitely look at a glue gun differently from now on, oh the possibilities...

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        JR co 

        5 years ago

        Lol, I would truly love to zap an evil spider in a hot glue dollop!!!

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        Linda F Correa 

        5 years ago from Spring Hill Florida

        Great list of ideas and techniques. Going to get mine out and give some a try

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        Li Perry 

        5 years ago

        WOW! I thought pinterest had some amazing ideas...but you have to search for the original article to find out how to do those things. You have provided some really interesting ideas WITH the instructions! Thank you!

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        Paula Atwell 

        5 years ago from Cleveland, OH

        This is quite impressive. I have a glue gun that I bought for something when I had my shop. Now it is packed away. I didn't know you could get colored glue either.

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        5 years ago from Kansas

        I like the bug idea.

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        Loraine Brummer 

        5 years ago from Hartington, Nebraska

        I love the embellishments made with molds idea. Great ideas!!

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        5 years ago

        Wow...there are tons of great ideas here. I didn't know that glue sticks came in colors!! I have never seen them anywhere. I cannot wait to get crafting now! Thanks for including my snowflake wreath in your round-up! What a thrill to be included! :)

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        Rhonda Lytle 

        5 years ago from Deep in the heart of Dixie

        Kudos! I learned multiple uses for my glue gun here, some really inspired. Especially loving the home made molds. I never would have thought of that and now my head is spinning with ideas. Thank you so much for that. More so, the spider fix. Again, brilliant! That spider that I know is living under my bed best start packing.

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        Mickie Gee 

        5 years ago

        I have lots of loose buttons. It is difficult for me to thread a needle - klutzy - and it it nice to know that I can use a glue gun if one is handy. I also might try to secure non-loose buttons as insurance, too.

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        5 years ago

        Great write up. I never knew you can do so much with a glue gun. Thanks for sharing

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        Lejla M.S. 

        5 years ago from Bosnia and Herzegovina

        Great idea. Thank you for sharing.

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        5 years ago

        Another nice idea is to use them (low temp are better for this) on blown up balloons to write a child's name - great for birthday parties....

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        5 years ago from New York City

        Many ideas I would never have come up with myself! Good job! Keep up the great work! I will definitely try some of these one day!

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        Ezra Flom 

        5 years ago from Arlington, TX

        Lots of clever ideas I haven't thought of before. Thanks for sharing! I will be sure to pass some of them on.

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        Pam Irie 

        5 years ago from Land of Aloha

        I love my glue gun for assembling things but I've never tried any of these really fun ideas you've shown here. Using a glue gun with silicone and candy molds never occurred to me AND making your own molds is genius too! Thanks for the inspiration. I love making things and DIY too so this opens up some new avenues. YAY!

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        Cheryl Paton 

        5 years ago from West Virginia

        Wow, interesting uses for hot glue sticks. You've given some ideas and things to try out with my acrylic paints. : )

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        Monica Lobenstein 

        5 years ago from Western Wisconsin

        I didn't even know there were colors much less all of these cool creative ways to use glue guns. Wonderful!

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        Robin S 

        5 years ago from USA

        Wow! And I thought it was just for sticking stuff together. Great ideas here!


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