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Full of Love Topiary Tree

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Looking for Valentine's Day craft ideas? Make a Full of Love Topiary Tree for your home! This is a fun craft that can be left out all year long.

Full of Love Topiary Tree
 

Materials:

  • Small Styrofoam Ball
  • Medium or Large Styrofoam Ball
  • Wood Dowel
  • Ribbon about 2 - 3 yards about 1 inch wide
  • Sequin Pins
  • Moss
  • Small metal pail

Instructions:

  1. Cut the ribbon into 2 inch strips. Pin one strip on the very top of the Large Styrofoam Ball.
     
  2. Fold the sides of a piece of ribbob down so that it makes a triangle and pin this to the styrofoam ball. Starting at the top. Continue this step all the way around the styrofoam ball one row at a time. When you pin each row you will be covering the pins which are showing from the previous row.

    Full of Love Topiary Tree

    Full of Love Topiary Tree

    Full of Love Topiary Tree

    Full of Love Topiary Tree
     
  3. At the bottom of the styrofoam ball you will pin a ribbon like you did at the top cut a slit in the ribbon before you pin it down. This is where the wooden dowel will go.

    Full of Love Topiary Tree
     
  4. Next, I cut the wooden dowel the length I wanted it and painted it. I choose to paint it black. I then set it aside to dry.

    Full of Love Topiary Tree
     
  5. I then took the little red pail and put some Hugs and Kisses on it (X's and O's).

    Full of Love Topiary Tree
     
  6. Next I hot glued a small styrofoam ball inside the pail.

    Full of Love Topiary Tree
     
  7. I then stuck the wooden dowel into the large styrofoam ball through the slit which I had cut previously.

    Full of Love Topiary Tree
     
  8. I then stuck the other end of the dowel into the styrofoam ball which was glued into the small pail. I then put the moss on top of the small styrofoam ball.
     
    Full of Love Topiary Tree
     
  9. Lastly I tied a bow around the dowel. And there you have it. Just like magic I was able to transform a styrofoam ball into something beautiful for my mantle over Valentines.

 

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