Xmas Balls

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$3
5 Minutes
Easy
A fun idea for anyone and a great easy thing for grandparents and kids :)
I went through my craft drawer and I had most of what I needed to make these balls a bunch of glitters and can of spray gloss and a couple clear xmas balls
I first took the little silver top off so I could get to the inside of the ball if children are doing this they would need a hand with this part
I then sprayed the gloss into the ball making sure I had a good thin layer all the way around, it was runny so I just rolled the ball so it gave the Even coverage I needed this could have been done o. The outside of the ball but it would have lost its glossy shine so covering the inside made more sence and it kept the glitter from going everywhere also
I picked 3 different coloured glitters and then started to add inside the ball white went 1st then a shade of pink
I then added another shade of a brighter pink and it gave a ombré sort of look
I let it dry maybe 20 min I then popped the silver top back on
The finished product ready to hang I’m now thinking of adding the words MUM to may ball as this Xmas she can’t be with us ao making sure she has a place here with us on our family Xmas
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  • Tammy McClain Harmon Tammy McClain Harmon on Jan 09, 2018
    They look great! I'm a newbie at crafting so I have a question. lol Did you pour white straight down in the bottom only, then add second & third colors in layers or did you shake each color all over ball when you added them? My color scheme is purple & gold, wondering how the balls would look with just these 2 colors?

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