I made a little discovery I thought I'd share with you. I needed a little pot of soup to place atop my stove. I decided to try something new.
The result was fabulous!
All you need is 1 ingredient: Original Gorilla Glue.
I filled the pot a quarter of the way and in about 6 hours it made this terrific boiling over effect in a bouillon color.
It dries hard with those bubbles permanently set. After I filled my pot a fourth of the way, I placed a spoon in it. I also put the steam at the same time. This is just pillow stuffing/filler. I used the end of a brush to make sure the "steam" touched the glue. I placed the pot on a paper towel just in case it spilled over too much while the glue dried.
So easy! Give it a try. You are going to love the result!
Wow, what an awesome discovery you made! It looks exactly like boiling over soup! I just got my miniature trailer a few days ago, I'm not sure when I'm going to start it but I'm excited:)ReplyDelete
I hope you're enjoying life in your beautiful new home Caroline! Hugs:)
That looks great, clever you!ReplyDelete
Stunning effect, the foam looks very realistic! Dreamer you, Caroline )))ReplyDelete
Me encanta el efecto,es genial!!!!! Aunque desconozco esa cola,creo que aquí no se vende.ReplyDelete
Very smart Caroline. The possibilities are numerous too. You could put the tiniest amount in a mug maybe, paint it white & have hot cocoa with whipped cream, shaving cream in a shaving mug, a bubble bath maybe? Luckily since I build small furniture I always have gorilla glue on hand. I'm anxious to experiment with it. Let me know if you try any of my ideas.ReplyDelete
Caroline, what a great find, the result looks great! But..........I also think it's a "waste" of the delicious soup OL ;)!ReplyDelete
Wow Wow! I love that effect! It is impressive, Caroline! encantan.buen me and your kitchen work, my friend.ReplyDelete
A big hugs❤️ :0)
Successful experiment. Easy and perfect.ReplyDelete
Caramba!!! Queda genial! :)ReplyDelete
Un estupendo descubrimiento. El efecto es muy bueno, realmente parece que esté hirviendo.ReplyDelete
Glad to see you making things again and this is such a cute idea! Thank you for sharing it with us. This stuff reminds me of expandable foam so I'll have to try it. Thanks, Caroline!!! ღஐƸ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄ƷஐღReplyDelete
Yes, I've decided to cut way back on commissions and return to creating new things. That's what I love. And I love sharing anything I learn with all of you. HugsReplyDelete
How cool!! I have never seen gorilla glue before, I have to look if we have anything similar here =)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tip!
Muchas gracias Caroline, queda genial.ReplyDelete
What a clever idea! Thanks for sharing! Hope all is well with your new home?
l don't know how you think of these things Caroline....all l can say is you're amazing and an inspiration:-)ReplyDelete
Great idea, the effect is perfect, I wonder if you add a dab of color you could make a green froth or purple..I am always thinking in the magical realm ;PReplyDelete
Good to see you experiment with minis again, I look forward to seeing more little bits!
What a great idea..I love it! Thank you Caroline for sharing with us!ReplyDelete
hi Agnes! I can't find your blog! Did you make another one? I hope so because I would greatly miss your gorgeous work if you left blogworld!Delete
Wow what a fantastic idea. Thanks for sharing. Your soup looks amazing :)ReplyDelete
Finally, a use for gorilla glue that I really like! SMART!ReplyDelete
That's nice to see you making little things other than the wonderful houses you make. Nice discovery and nice effect!ReplyDelete
Gorilla glue?! Oh, I think we don't have that!ReplyDelete
Your idea is great ans the result looks soooo good! :)
What a clever trick! This is awesome - I luv it. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Ach Caroline wat schattig heb je dit enig gemaakt super knap lieve groetjes DanielleReplyDelete
This is such a good idea .
I will try it . Thank you
Happy December! You are a genius! That glue works perfectly for your idea and it really does look like a pot that is boiling over! lol! Yay! I love seeing how you dream up these amazing things!
Hi Caroline, fantastic idea! hugs, MarisaReplyDelete
i love how u make all your minis from scratch. is your stove going to be available to purchase on easy?ReplyDelete
I came by to check on you and say Happy Holidays!ReplyDelete
You haven't posted in a while, I hope you are well.
I LOVE IT!!! It looks absolutely perfect and soooo easy too. Way to Go Caroline and Thank You for sharing this Terrific Idea! :DReplyDelete