Though doing stuff with a glue gun is fun, equally difficult is to come clear without blisters from a hot gun. If you accidentally drop hot glue on any area of your skin, immediately immerse the affected part in cold water till the burning sensation goes. Then treat it with a dab of olive oil on a cotton ball, and slowly remove the glue drop.
It's time to get those ropes lying idle in your cabinets and put them to work. Roll the rope in a neat spiral by placing it on a plain surface, stick each spiral with the previous one using a glue gun, and you just created a beautiful table mat to put beneath your plates and glasses. Customize the spirals according to your need of the size for the mat.
Give your home a light and open feeling - make it look like a beach-side house. How? Step into your porch, a park, or a garden, and pick similar-sized sticks and wood shelves. Join them in any geometrical shape, such as a circle, a cube, or a hexagon, with the help of a relevant base and a glue gun. Use them as part of your decor. You can also use them as lamp-shades in your study room.
Winter season implies that it's time for Christmas. Holidays, lots of food, and lots of fun with family. So this Christmas, when you are decorating the tree, put your glue gun at the creative end. Take a wooden plank and draw patterns of snowflakes. Draw icicles with the help of a flexible metal wire to give them a concrete shape, and enjoy your winter holidays.
A small tattered piece of cloth or a tiny wearied-off sock can be a potential entertainment source for your kids. Take a small piece of cloth, cut it to the size of your finger, and paste it with the help of a glue gun. Further, decorate it with beads, woolen threads, and buttons, to look like a puppet. Make your kids' story night an interesting one by enacting the stories with these finger puppets.
Jazz up your old hair band with the help of a few leftover buttons, cloth flowers, or any small trinket you want to adorn your hair with. Place them on your hair band, fix them with a glue gun, and you're good to go! The next time you go for a cocktail party, girls' night, or any outdoor tour, carry your hair band with you and boast of your creative side among your friends.
Take a plain cloth, cut it into small triangular pieces, and join the two corners of each piece with a glue gun to make it look like a petal. Now glue all the petals together to form a flower, as big as you want. Although it is a bit time-consuming, it is a fun art to do with your kids for a school project, to give your sofa pillow a new look, or to decorate your little one's clothes with some pretty felt flowers.