DIY Button Covered Christmas Ball

December is the month that enchants our sights with all sorts of Christmas decorations. The beautiful wreaths, the colorful and sparkling Christmas balls, the lovely candles or Christmas Trees seem to invade each space and make us turn our head each time we notice them. All these ornaments and decorations are the symbols of Christmas and are part of the charm of these wonderful winter holidays. Their appearance seem light our soul and make us feel happier and perhaps more optimistic for the following year.

Among all these ornaments the Christmas ball is one of the most popular and favored items for each space. Its sparkling appearance creates this magic atmosphere specific to the winter holidays and makes each space become more colorful and nice.

If you want to create a special and original Christmas ball, the following DIY project may give an idea. It is a very nice and easy DIY project which refers to a DIY Button Covered Christmas Ball. The materials that you need for this project are not numerous: one polystyrene ball. 4 × berry pin wheels of different sizes and various sized buttons are everything you need. You can start by pinning in each button into the ball, layering smaller buttons on top to cover up the gaps and your DIY Button Covered Christmas Ball will be ready{found on site}

Published by in DIY Projects, on December 14th, 2011


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