Gather golfballs. I does not matter if it is marred up, what color it is or if it has a logo.
ATTACK OF THE GIANT ANTS! Golf Ball Garden Project
Here's a giant ant that won't disrupt your picnic, or eat your house! I promise! It's an easy garden decor project that allows you to recycle old golf balls!
Get three golfballs
Hot glue the golfballs together
Use hot glue, or a glue that will withstand heat, if you have it outside in a hot climate.
Cut a wire hanger.
Cut a wire hanger into six pieces, approximately 2.5 inches in length. Bend the ends.
Once you have the legs bent, you want to drill six holes in the body. You don't need to go too deep, just deep enough for the legs to fit in.
Add the legs
Put the legs in and secure them with some glue.
You want to drill two additional holes in the head and using 20 gauge wire, cut two pieces and wrap the ends around a pen.
Insert the antennae
Add a dab of glue to each antenna and put them in the holes.
Paint it all black - spray paint is the easiest way.
That's it! Now you have enormous ants to decorate your garden!
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UPDATE:Just a warning. We have had 90 -100 degree+ heat here in the Chicago area (most of the summer) and they held up well, but eventually the hot glue just couldn't hold it anymore. This is what I did to fix it: I broke out my rotary tool and drilled a hole where they were glued together, used another piece of wire hanger, squirt some glue in holes and hot glued together again. I let it all dry and spray painted it. It worked like a charm and you can't tell they ever came apart. Now if it gets hot, the hanger inside doesn't allow it to try and pull apart. The heat here has continued and they are holding up fine! If you are using them inside, the hot glue is more than enough.
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