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Christmas Ornament
First of all, I love thrift stores. I always find items that I know will be used in my various craft ideas. In this instance I came across some natural wood ornaments and I literally shoved one into a styrofoam ball. I then painted the wooden part pink, the ball I sprayed with adhesive and glittered it up with silver. It looked okay, but being a crafter I had to take it up another notch. I bought some straws(pink) at the 99cents store and thought I'd start poking them into the ball after cutting them down and dipping the glued ends into silver glitter. I added some pink paper flowers (also from the 99cents store) and Voila a breast cancer x-mas ornament for my mom!

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You can omit the wooden ornament and still come out with something awesome!!

Posted by Bohemian Tragedeez from Las Vegas, Nevada, United States • Published See Bohemian Tragedeez's 13 projects »
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Bohemian Tragedeez
Bohemian Tragedeez · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 14 projects
It was for breast cancer (my mom) and thanx 4 faving me guyz, much appreciated!
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Glenda A.
Glenda A.
Very eye-catching. Love your creativity. Your method lends itself to lots of possibilities. Thanks for sharing.
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KMOM14
KMOM14 · Fort Wayne, Indiana, US · 373 projects
It is very unique and I love the pink straws with the glitter on the end and with being pink, great for breast cancer awareness!
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