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16 Results for "styrofoam cone"

EASTER EGG TREE, Styrofoam eggs that have been halved and covered with pastel paper napkins and angel dust.Then attached to a styrofoam cone and filled in with silk and dried flowers., Holiday Project
Steel Flowers, Flowers welded from steel never wilt and never need water.  When the rest of your garden fades these beauties keep the interest in your garden bed., Gift Ideas Project
Snow Cone Tree, Holiday Project
My very 1st attempt to be pine cone crafty!, Hot Glued mini cinnamon pine cones around 2 candles, with a ribbon bow, on a decorative plate, and 3 fall candle holders to add to the centerpiece :), Home Decor Project
Easter Bunny Centerpiece, I made this cute bunny cardboard template  and drew the features freehand I did that on both sides and painted the bunny with Tulip paints. 

 I had a square piece of styrofoam and a straw that I cut halfway.  I inserted the straw into the two pieces of the cardboard bunny and the styrofoam where I punch holed.  I hot glued the straw into the hole into the styrofoam.  

I took Easter grass and hot glue all around the styrofoam to look like grass.  You notice it looks like the bunny is on a hill.  My platter last year was too little....sooo, I improvised.  What better than a big pizza pan.  I had a big one  16".   I alternated pink and green Easter grass around the pan.  

The napkin holder is from lipton tea carton that I put my woven paper and hot glued around it.  Same as the salt and pepper shaker.  
, Holiday Project
Faux Stained Glass Windows, I made the "stained glass" from batik fabrics the lines were made with iron on trim made just for this purpose (until I figured out how to make my own).  I stretched the fabric over 4 x 8 sheets of styrofoam insulation cut to size., Home Decor Project

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