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  • Jaci Johnson

    Easy way to make hanging flower balls: Wiffle balls (from dollar store) and silk flowers. Pull the stems off the flower, hot glue around the circle in the wiffle ball, press flower into the hole making sure the bottom of the flower sits in the glue, keep going until the ball is full of flowers, then hang with a ribbon.

  • Tayla Orduna

    Easy way to make hanging flower balls. Wiffle balls from dollar store, dollar store fake flowers, pull the stems off the flower, hot glue around the circle in the wiffle ball, press flower into the hole making sure the bottom of the flower, keep going until the ball is full of flowers, then hang with a ribbon. Make flower ornaments for Xmas like this!

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Easy way to make hanging flower balls. Wiffle balls from dollar store, dollar store fake flowers, pull the stems off the flower, hot glue around the circle in the wiffle ball, press flower into the hole making sure the bottom of the flower touches the glue, keep going until the ball is full of flowers, then hang with a ribbon. Must try!

DIY Hanging Flower Ball with roses

Oh, I am in LOVE with this idea! Easy way to make hanging flower balls. Wiffle balls from dollar store, dollar store fake flowers, pull the stems off the flower, hot glue around the circle in the wiffle ball, press flower into the hole making sure the bottom of the flower, keep going until the ball is full of flowers, then hang with a ribbon. Genius!

Make decorative balls on the cheap. Good! It blows my mind how expensive these stupid things are if you buy them in a store!

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