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16 Results for "styrofoam cone"
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: joyinthegarden_1...
Created: Mar 29, 2010 | Flag
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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.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: metalgirl
Created: Nov 4, 2009 | Flag
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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.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: aLOk
Created: Nov 29, 2010 | Flag
Total Views: 102
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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 :)
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: sassy_gal2
Created: Apr 10, 2011 | Flag
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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.
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: topekared
Created: Feb 1, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 269
Total Ratings: 3
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.