Supplies I Used:
- 1 Package large styrofoam balls
- 1 Package small styrofoam balls
- Yarn and/or Twine
- Hot glue gun
To wrap styrofoam with fabric:
I started by cutting scrap pieces of fabric I had left over from a previous project. I cut them into strips. No certain length or width.
I placed a dot of hot glue onto the styrofoam and wrapped each piece around, putting hot glue onto the end, and overlapping each piece.
To wrap styrofoam with yarn:
I placed a dab of hot glue on the ball in the middle. I started to wrap the ball, going upwards, placing hot glue every few strands so it would be tightly woven together.
When i finished at the top, I placed another dab of hot glue. Then starting underneath where I first began, I started wrapping again until I finished at the other end of the styrofoam.
I also wrapped them with yarn overlapping, just as I did with the fabric.
To apply tacks:
Simply push in tacks, overlapping slightly.
You can see me in the tacks. Oh, hey there! :)
And that's it! Just place them in a vase, on a decorative plate, or in a glass bowl and you have a cute centerpiece that is simple to make and very inexpensive.