I think my camera has died, so I only have this image for now. I am thinking of Easter already, lol. If you make, and sell crafts, you have to keep ahead of the game. Anyway, we have all these plastic beads from when my daughter was making friendship bracelets. That didn't last long, and I decided to try a Pinterest thing I found where you melt the beads.
So, I got my old toaster oven out on the back porch. You need ventilation because of the fumes. I didn't find the smell all that offensive, but I was outside, so that might be why. You have to use metal cookie cutters, plastic will melt. I had these from when we did Easter cookies one time. The big bunny head broke, and those white beads were different plastic and barely melted. The other bunny, and carrot, as you can see came out quite nicely. Today, I did a small heart, two Christmas trees, and redid the bunny head, which came out perfect. I tried a teddy bear, but the cutter must have been too old because it broke. The hearts and trees will become earrings, and the bunnies and carrots will get holes drilled in them, and made into sun catcher planters, or wind chimes. I only filled the cookie cutters about a 1/4 of the way full, one I did half and could not get it out of the mold. 450 degrees for 20 minutes is all it took. You can make any number of things. I will now be on the look out for other cool metal cookie cutters.