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Golf Ball Lamp

Posted by amberscu (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 8, 09 at 15:26

This is what I put in the jar lamp I made last week

I used golf balls, tees, pencils, and green paper shreds.

Here is a link that might be useful: Red Mommy Crafts

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RE: Golf Ball Lamp

That would be cute for someone who loves to play golf...

RE: Golf Ball Lamp

Great for a den or kid's room too!! Came out nice! Jan

RE: Golf Ball Lamp

That is really cute.. sure does get the ideas coming to my head on what all you could put in the jar.. different things.. hummmmmm... seems like they use to do something like this with some kind of faces made out of stuffing and stockings...all stuffed in the jar.. my mind is a blank on what they called them.. but I remember it was cute.. kids room could have all kinds of small stuffed animals, older kids room all kinds of rock music items.. sewers could use , thread, needles, pins, fabric, tape measures.. etc. gosh.. you could just go wild... wonder how dried herbs would look.. humm okay, I will stop .. and get back to work.. have a great day.. and your did a great job on the lamp..

RE: Golf Ball Lamp

lol! this is amazing! my hubby would love this :)) ingenius!!

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