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Fairy Ball

Posted by shysue (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 20, 07 at 11:53

My friend, Wanda, and I recycled this old bowling ball into a fairy ball for her niece, who adores fairies. The two fairies were purchased from Family Dollar for $1 apiece. Silver glitter, blue flat glass marbles, a candle holder for a base, and little Lauren's name on it completed the piece. She later painted the base silver to match the embellishments.

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RE: Fairy Ball

I love love love it! What a great idea. I've got an old bowling ball that's about the same color and you just gave me a great idea what to do with it.
I think I'm going to do something in a mermaid theme. Thanks for sharing!

RE: Fairy Ball

Very cute. Your niece is sure to fall in love with it.

RE: Fairy Ball

That is adorable. I have two fairies almost like those from Dollar tree I couldn't resist them love that ball!!

RE: Fairy Ball

I like that "frame" you put around the picture. How did you do that???????

RE: Fairy Ball

Soooo cute! Iam sure her neice will love it! I to save the candle holders for bowling ball bases.
Happy Crafting

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