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vine balls

Posted by chiggerhaven (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 2, 09 at 0:53

Please, does any one have ideas on how to make vine balls, small ones. I have grape, westeria, kudzu vines and willow
limbs . I wnt to make the balls. I cannot afford the store sold ones. Thank you for all your help.

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RE: vine balls

I 'think' I remember hearing one time about making them. Soak your vines till they get soft & pliable. Use a balloon that is less than half inflated - and just begin to wrap . Keep wrapping till you get a ball ... let the vines dry and pop the balloon.

I've seen them at Hobby Lobby . When they have a sale on them - they're about $5 or so . I think they are awesome looking !

RE: vine balls

If you make some, be sure to post pictures! Good luck!

RE: vine balls

Here are some instructions:

Here is a link that might be useful: Vine balls - Nature balls

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