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  • Sarah Kaser

    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.

  • Jami Weening

    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!

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.

"I made 15 of these for my wedding, they were gorgeous :) Super easy, foam ball, fake flowers and a hot glue gun! I'm actually going to take the ones from my wedding and spray paint Xmas colors and use them for Xmas decorations :))"

I could do this with the boxes horizontally instead of vertically, making shelves for very light stuff (like stuffed animals and burp cloths)...for far less than, say, the $20/shelf that I was looking at for canvas corner shelves...

tutorial: how to make a party surprise ball filled with toys or candy...perfect for a party in lieu of a large pinata

Cute idea for Teacher Appreciation Day (or end of the schoolyear gift): paint a small terracotta pot with chalkboard paint, and include a nice note and seed packet. Great idea from Leo on the Loose. [via]

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

$11....using supplies from the Dollar Store! This whole website is full of Dollar Store tutorials!

Made from the soap flowers at Dollar Tree. So cool to hand in the bedroom or bath!

Amanita terrarium! (99.9% certain these are ceramic or hand clay amanitas, but still . . .)