DIY Pomander Flower Ball

DIY Pomander Flower Ball

 

DIY Your own ball of flowers in a sec. I purchased some spring silk flowers from the Dollar Tree and a Baseball Practice Pack from Target. I needed a new look on my dining room table and this added a quick touch to give my table a pop. To create the ball, I snipped the flowers off of the stem leaving half an inch from the base of the flower. Warmed up the hot glue gun and reinforced the petals to the base of the flower before glueing the entire flower onto the ball. Encircle the glue around each hole on the ball as soon as your flower is inserted to the hole of your choice. To create a pomander ball, fill the ball entirely with the flowers to make it as full as you like and don’t forget to add the ribbon or string of your choice by stringing in your string and tying a knot in one of the holes and glueing it down to make it permanent as you glue the flowers around it. If you want the ball to lay flat on a table, leave a quarter of the ball without flowers to have a nice base to lay flat. A very quick and easy project that is great for weddings, gifts, decorations, and much more.

You will need ribbon, a wiffle ball, craft flowers and a hot glue gun for this project

You will need ribbon, a wiffle ball, craft flowers and a hot glue gun for this project

We add the ribbon to the wiffle ball so we can hang our pomander ball when we are done

We add the ribbon to the wiffle ball so we can hang our pomander ball when we are done

We cut our flowers to length and add hot glue around the base of the flower that will contact the wiffle ball

We cut our flowers to length and add hot glue around the base of the flower that will contact the wiffle ball

Apply glue and add flower to hole in wiffle ball

Apply glue and add flower to hole in wiffle ball

We are making some good progress on our wiffle ball project

We are making some good progress on our wiffle ball project

Here is our finished project!

Here is our finished project!

 

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