Hot Melt Glue Guns, Glue Sticks, and Accessories

Spring Crafts: How To Make A Bunny In A Flower Pot


Spring is in the air and Easter is right around the corner! Now is the perfect time to make seasonal decor that is suited for both the holiday and season. We combined a white fluffy bunny with a garden pot for the perfect Easter or spring decor.

Things you need:

  • Pink foam

  • White foam

  • Scissors

  • X-acto knife

  • Medium Duty Hot Melt Glue Gun – High Temperature

  • General Purpose Clear Sticks

  • Large white pom

  • Medium white pom

  • Small flowers

  • Mini flower pot

  • Hemp cord

  • Cutting surface

  • Non-Stick Glue Pad – 19″ x 19″

Take your x-acto knife and cut out two ovals about an inch long from the white foam. These will be your bunny’s feet. To complete the bunny feet cut out six very small circles for the toe pads and two larger circles for the heel pads. Check the size on the white ovals you have already cut out to ensure they are proportioned and will fit on the white ovals.

Take your high temp glue gun and place four glue dots where the pink pads need to be on your feet. You should have one large one towards the bottom and three of the small ones towards the top.

Next, place some hot melt glue around  one third of your flower pot. Place the large white pom on your glue and allow to cool.

Once cooled, place a dot of hot glue on the front of your large white pom and place your medium pom there. This is your bunny’s puffy tail.

On the front of your white pom, under your medium pom glue your foam bunny feet on either side of your bunny tail.

You should start to visualize a bunny head first into a flower pot. Now grab the small flowers. Apply hot glue to the base of the small flowers and place on the back of the inside of the flower pot.

Lastly, cut a piece of small diameter hemp string and tie around the front of the flower pot with a bow. Place a small dot of general purpose hot melt glue near the knot of the bow and adhere it to the front of the pot. This will not only help keep your bow tied, but also help keep your string up. If your string seems to be sagging some, just place a dot of glue on the back and adhere the back of the string to your pot.

Lastly, apply hot glue to the base of the small flowers and place on the back of the inside of the flower pot.

This decorative piece is perfect for spring and you’ll be excited to bring it out year after year!



Springtime Baby Chick Floral Centerpiece


Springtime is here!  Instead of buying expensive decor, why not make your own?  With our glue gun and sticks the possibilities are endless! We created an adorable baby chick centerpiece that will be a hit with the kids and adults at Easter dinner.

Things you need:

  • 8 yellow poms
  • 1 plastic egg
  • Floral wire
  • Floral tape
  • Can or mason jar
  • X-acto knife
  • Pointed tweezers (optional)
  • Scissors
  • Orange foam
  • Yellow foam
  • Wire cutters
  • Googly eyes
  • Long nose pliers
  • Silk or real flowers already arranged
  • Hot melt glue gun
  • General Purpose clear glue sticks
  • Safe cutting surface to use your x-acto knife on

The first thing we need to do is put our baby chicks together. To make the body of the chick, glue two poms together to make it look like a large one. The third pom will be the head, so choose where the front of the chick will be and glue that pom a little closer to that side.


With the x-acto knife, cut out the feet from the orange foam. Use a corner of the foam to make it easier. The top of the corner will be the middle toe. Cut two triangles on each side, then cut the foot out in the shape of a V so you end up with three pointed toes.


The yellow foam will be used to create the wings. When cutting the wings out, it is easier to cut triangles with rounded edges. Next, take your scissors and cut two pieces off of the last pom. With a little bit of hot glue on the wing, carefully place the pom fuzz on the foam to create fuzzy wings. Find where you want to place your wings, then add a small line of glue to adhere the wing to the body of the chick.

After the wings are completed, glue the feet on the bottom of your chick. Be sure to have a small space between them, but be able to allow them to touch. This is will hold our chick up on the wire later in our assembly. Cut out a small yellow triangle and glue some fuzz from your donor pom. Glue this piece to the back towards the bottom of your chick as a cute fuzzy tail.

For the beak, cut a very small triangle and glue upside down on the head of the chick. Lastly, glue the eyes on using the beak as a center point so they look even.

Complete the above steps again to create 2 complete chicks.

While the glue on the chick is cooling, start wiring up the egg. Cut about twenty inches of wire, bend it in half and twist the two sides together to create a stronger wire piece. Depending on the size of your container you may want to bend it in half one more time.

Once you have the length determined, you can now attach it to your egg. Take the tweezers or x-acto knife and twist a hole at the bottom point of the egg. Take your long nose pliers and clamp one end together. Then, poke through the hole on the bottom of the egg.


Take your glue gun and add some glue inside the egg to stabilize the wire and allow to cool. After the glue is cooled, grab your floral tape. Starting from the top, tightly tape around the wire around the top a few times.Continue down the wire at an angle. Cut the tape off once you reach the end of your wire and your egg is now ready for your floral arrangement.

To wire up your chick, apply some hot glue in between the feet of the chick and adhere the wire to the pom. Once you have enough glue added,cover the glue and wire by pushing the chick’s feet together.

Cut your chicken wire ribbon about sixteen inches long for a small container. Place one end of the chicken wire in the container. Go over and across the flowers and place the other end on the other side of the container. Find a good point in the middle and bend the chicken wire at that point, down into the arrangement making a wave. You should have two high points in the wire when you are done. Add you baby chicks and your egg and you just made your very own Easter floral arrangement.


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Make A Hot Glue Shamrock For Good Luck On St. Patrick’s Day

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What you will need:

  • Full size glue gun, 7/16″ diameter
  • Colored Green Hot Melt Glue Sticks, 7/16: diameter
  • Silicone heart mold
  • X-acto knife (optional)
  • Non Stick glue pad

When your glue gun is hot and ready to use, fill three heart molds with green hot melt glue. Complete one heart before going to the next to create a uniform heart without layers. Just like baking, be sure to tap the bottom of your mold on the table to help the glue settle and get rid of any air pockets. Allow the glue to cool.

Once the glue is cool, carefully remove the hearts from the molds. If you have any excess glue on the edges of the hearts, take an X-acto knife and trim those pieces off. Now that we have three clean hearts, we can start to assemble our shamrock.

Place a good amount of hot glue on the bottom point of your heart, then stick another heart right next to it so that the bottoms are touching each other. Take your third heart and place a good amount of glue on the bottom and then place the heart next to the other two. All three hearts should have the bottom points touching each other. You’re most likely will get a glob of glue in the middle. Leave the glue in the center of the shamrock, as that will help hold your hearts together.

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Lastly, take a thick line of hot glue and curve it slightly on your  non stick glue pad and place your group of hearts on top of the line so it becomes the stem of your shamrock. Wait for the glue to cool and carefully peel your completed shamrock off the silicone pad.

Make more shamrocks and use as fun home decor, as part of another craft, or as a give-away to wish someone luck. See how to make the gold coins below, and you might even catch a leprechaun!


Easy Valentine’s Day Floral Heart Bouquet

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A floral heart bouquet is a colorful way to say I love you!


– Cardboard heart

– Scissors

– Assorted artificial roses or flowers

– Mini Glue Gun

– General Purpose Hot Melt Glue



Cut a cardboard heart.  This can be any size you choose.  Apply hot glue to the base of a flower bud and place it at the center of the heart. Continue gluing each flower one by one as you build your bouquet to the outer edges of the heart.




Fall Decorative Pumpkin

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With Autumn just around the corner, here’s a simple way to spice up the classic pumpkin!

You will need:

- a pumpkin (real or fake)

- some leaves (real or fake)

- white spray paint

Dual Temperature Glue Gun

- General Purpose Hot Melt Glue Sticks


- First spray paint the pumpkin white.

White Pumpkin

- Glue assorted leaves around the pumpkin.

White Pumpkin Glue Fall Leaves

-  Super easy! Super simply way to spice up your Autumn decor!


Automatic Shut Off Dual Temperature Hot Melt Glue Guns – Mini and Regular Size

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Introducing our New Ultra Series Glue Guns!
Designed to ensure safety, peace of mind,
and consumer convenience. Delivers 50
percent more power than standard glue
guns and features a revolutionary auto shut
off feature that shuts off your glue gun after
30 mins of non-use.

• 3 models: 20, 60, or 100 watts, all dual temperature
• 50% more power than standard glue guns
• 30 minute auto shut off function to ensure safety
• Ergonomic rubber trigger and handle design
• Dual temperature switch for high and low applications
• Power light
• Side fins allows the gun to lay safely on its side,
preventing glue back up
• Detachable sturdy wire stand

*Enhanced Safety Features:
Auto Shut Off
Insulated Nozzles
Side Fins
Safety Fuse


Commercial Hot Melt Dispenser – In Action


Bulk Adhesives Applicator

This machine is designed for hands-free assembly line applications. This applicator holds up to 2 pounds of hot melt adhesive. You can set the time delay relay switch to release the same amount of glue each time the foot pedal is depressed.

This machine is best suited for repeated piece work such as applying a small dab of releasable glue on credit card mailings or any assembly work which requires exact repeatability.

Needle valve nozzle for complete shut off. Adjustable flow control switch. Ideal for pressure sensitive adhesive <i>and</i> regular hot melt adhesives.

An outstanding alternative to hand held guns, this commercial grade glue dispenser will pay for itself many times over with its reliability and ease of use.





Motorized Hot Melt Glue Guns – Motor Driven Feed

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The Motorized Glue Guns deliver the power, speed, and control needed for all repetitive maximum output gluing applications. The powerful motor pushes the stick with ease. The continuous feed allows exact dispensing with low operator fatigue. The auto reverse feature prevents unwanted dripping of glue.


Output & Performance

A maximum no load pushing speed of 11-17 inches per minute improves your productivity. It also has a 5.5-11.6 lb/hour glue output depending on the model you choose.