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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

You Complete Me, Hot Glue Skillet

I have had a lot of people ask me what in the world a hot glue skillet is. Allow me to share with you one item that without its existence, my craft room would not be complete.

Ladies and Gents, I present to thee, my Little Glue Skillet!


I bought it at Michael's (a local craft store).

All you have to do is cut up some hot glue...



And plop it into the skillet! Turn it on, let it melt and soon you can enjoy the ooey-gooey goodness of hot glue in liquid form.


I use mine when I need to dip things rather than put the glue somewhere specific. Be careful not to dip your fingertips though (it hurts! I know- it happened to me).

I did some online research in case you don't have a Michael's by you. I found hot glue skillets on amazon here. At Michael's I paid $4.79 ($7.99 plus 40% off coupon). I love it and it makes life easier!

PS: While I wish they did, nobody (Michael's, Surebonder, Amazon, etc) paid me at all to write this post. The opinions expressed are honest and mine. Happy Crafting!

4 comments:

  1. Thanks!! I was wondering what you were talking about.... Could I use my wax heater? It's basically the same thing minus a little tray.

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  2. Mary, you probably could use a wax heater, but I imagine it would be hard to clean the glue out of after. So I guess if you no longer plan to use it as a wax heater, it can be your new hot glue skillet! Way to reuse and recycle!!

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  4. I have a really tiny crock pot which has no use in my house...I am going to try using that. Donna

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