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Rhonna Farrer. Love this idea! I could do this using one of the little village pieces I've been seeing at all the thriftshops popping up. Would put in some of the fake snow and maybe a little village person or two from the dollar store. Closer to Christmas maybe add a little tree out in the front or a santa sleigh and reindeer on the roof.

another pinner said -It'd be fun to make one of these with your family each Christmas & build a village. Maybe write memories from the year inside of the house. Cute!

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Styrofoam balls, sprayed with glue and then rolled in glitter. Much cheaper than huge ornaments.

mod podge old lace over styrofoam cone, let dry, remove from cone and spray paint gold or silver. fill with white lights and embellish with a star. Make different sizes for awesome grouping! @Larissa Swanson

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glitter ornament - use spray glue inside clear glass ornament. pour in loose glitter. add ribbon and sticker letters to complete!

I love these - toothpicks in plastic spheres spray painted white and covered with spray-on snow!!

I made these when I was a kid, 40 yrs ago lol. And you can use any color thread or yarn