What kind of craft can I do with these

My granddaughter received a lot of the LOL dolls. And once she got all the idems out of the balls you are left with these. What is some good ideas to do with them?
q what kind of craft can i do with these
q what kind of craft can i do with these
q what kind of craft can i do with these
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  • Jjsunflower😎 Jjsunflower😎 on Feb 21, 2018
    I don’t understand😎

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Feb 22, 2018
    You could use them for the grandkids for little treats, like m and m's, a couple of the little snack sized candy bars, things like that. You could get the grandkids to make Christmas ornaments out of them when they are at your house to keep them busy. There are a lot of things you could make out of them once the gray matter catches a suggestion they like and could do. If they close tight, you could even use them to store the goo stuff the kids like these days or play dough, etc., even small craft or sewing supplies. Hope this starts the ideas for you!

  • Sassy Sassy on Feb 22, 2018
    Use them to hide Easter eggs in, as packaging for small gifts, Christmas ornaments for a tree outside, a mobile for a baby, hanging in the kids' window as decor either as is or after decorating with your grandkids.

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Feb 22, 2018
    How about using them as easter eggs?

  • Anke Arnold Anke Arnold on Feb 22, 2018
    I think they would look cute as miniature hot air balloons. Cover them with white paint, add some color accents and attach a miniature basket using some nice ribbon.

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    • Linda Linda on Feb 23, 2018
      Perhaps an Advent project would be nice. Plywood tree shape, small hooks, mini gift inside each ball?
      Maybe ornaments of 1/2 of each ball with photo or picture glued to front or a mini succulent planter? How about faces painted on each ball for fun ornaments, or 1/2 balls used for collages?
      If they wouldn't crack, drill holes & use as closet pommanders or insert an LED light for lacey light balls on the Christmas tree?
      Hope you find good reuse projects or pass them on to be reused by another crafter!

  • Jjsunflower😎 Jjsunflower😎 on Feb 22, 2018
    Sorry I have no ideal😎

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Feb 22, 2018
    I'm sure you can paint them, but I'm not sure what kind of paint. If you take one to a craft store, they may be able to tell you, it seems like you can paint anything these days.

    • Linda Linda on Feb 23, 2018
      Spray paint specifically for plastic is available & works great! I bought Krylon brand at Walmart a few years back.

  • Jjsunflower😎 Jjsunflower😎 on Feb 22, 2018
    Very cute but I have no ideals😎

  • Janice Janice on Feb 22, 2018
    The idea of making the hot-air balloon is so cool! Another idea is to type up some inspirational words or phrases or just names and print out from your computer cut into small enough pieces and then ModPodge them the colorful objects.

  • Linda Linda on Feb 24, 2018
    How about individual storage containers for mini, vintage or antique Christmas ornaments? I always wrap them in bubble wrap &/or many sheets of tissue paper while praying they will survive until next year's festivities!

  • Jjsunflower😎 Jjsunflower😎 on Feb 24, 2018
    I saw the picture and I have no ideals

  • Fla4032051 Fla4032051 on Feb 25, 2018
    Wonderful cat toys

  • Tammy Nichols Tammy Nichols on Feb 27, 2018
    Going with the hot air balloon and also making prayer boxes for Sunday school

  • Melissa Combs Melissa Combs on Feb 28, 2018
    Might be fun to use at a birthday party, classroom or any party. Fill with goodies or make a game.
    Or glue to a board and fill with small items.

  • I would paint them and then embellish them with snow or beads and make ornaments for Christmas